Bringing you an article featuring some of the top-tier tracks about the artists who think they are psychopaths or becoming one. Some songs on the list talk about not fitting in this world because of a particular issue or not being connect with people easily. While some, talk about relationships and overthinking issues which is making them psychopaths.
1. Camila Cabello – psychofreak
The first song on the list is Psychofreak by Camila Cabello. The song talks about an individual feeling like a psychopath because they do not seem to connect with things in the world.
Some people also suggest that the song is about the anxiety issues Camila sufferers from.
2. Dixie – Psycho ft. Rubi Rose
Dixie and Rubi Rose is a collaboration inspired by a real story where a woman goes to a distance to find out if her lover has been cheating on her or not. Eventually turning her into a psycho.
2.. Anne-Marie x Aitch – PSYCHO
The song with a great chorus “I am Psycho” with the crazy drops narrates the story of the artist herself about her previous relationships making her feel that she’s the one who’s the problem but in reality, the problem is the partner who made them feel bad/wrong about her.
3. Muse – Psycho
Psycho by Muse is a Metal/Hard Rock track that talks about the power structure of the world and its dehumanizing effect on humans. The singer talks about turning humans into killing machines or psychopaths. The song in a broader way talks about how people in power manipulate the world and turn other people into a monster.
4. Post Malone – Psycho ft. Ty Dolla $ign
The song featuring Post Malone and Ty Dolla Sign is about talks about the fame and money both artists have earned over the years. And, people want to associate with them only for the same. The artists also talk about their insecurity because of the same.
5. Ava Max – Sweet but Psycho
Sweet but Psycho is considered one of the best songs by Ava Max. The song is about a sweet girl who falls in love with a guy who is head over heels for her. But her strong and independent side is something he does not seem to understand.
6. Mia Rodriguez – Psycho
Mia Rodriguez has done great work in her track Psycho. In the song, she narrates the story of proclaiming her insanity to the world, admitting she is a hypocrite, and saying that she even loves her own insanity.
The song generally talks about accepting yourself as you are and not thinking of the world.
7. Maisie Peters – Psycho
Psycho is a wonderful production with amazing lyrics. The track talks about toxic relationships where one partner hurts another and does not feel bad or anything about it. The story will resonate with a lot of people who have faced this situation or are facing it at the moment.
8. Talking Heads – Psycho Killer
This song is a retro hit produced by the band Talking Heads. It presents you with the thoughts of a psycho-killer with multiple personalities. In other words, the song represents someone who has a chaotic mind and is always thinking about killing others.
9. Halsey – Control
Halsey may be the most successful artist in the world right now. But, her fight with bipolar disorder has been the biggest challenge in her life. With “Control” she brings out her emotions and talks about the other person who is inside her and how it makes her feel like a psycho.
10. Bebe Rexha – I’m Gonna Show You Crazy
“I’m Gonna Show You Crazy” has been translated by some as a song talking about mental disorders. And, some say this song is about a person who is not able to fit into a family and is always neglected.
Listen to the track yourself and let us know what you think about it.
11. Eminem ft. Rihanna – The Monster
Finally, the last one on the list is “The Monster” by the Rap Legend Eminem featuring Rihanna on the hook and chorus. This song is not exactly about psychos but it narrates the story of the demons the artist fought and how it made them look like a psychopath who would have destroyed themselves because of their sinister thoughts.
Also, watch the full video it does not make any sense to you.
Knowing that you are being a psycho and having to be clinically called one is a different thing altogether. Fans all around the world often confuse it or might think it’s a casual thing. But people who are affected by it have a completely different sense of the world altogether. Listening to some of these songs might make you feel good. But some songs are on a different level since they talk about the struggles of the artists themselves.
Do let us know what you feel after listening to these great songs.
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