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'Anti-Everything': Hi-Rez The Rapper Releases Second Track With Baste Records

'If you’re offended by my rhymes that makes you anti-rapper!'

'Anti-Everything': Hi-Rez The Rapper Releases Second Track With Baste Records

Hi-Rez the Rapper has released his second single with Nashville's Baste Records.

"Anti-Everything" features an energetic beat as Hi-Rez takes aim at the culture of virtue signaling across social media and corporate media along with other typically liberal narratives. The accompanying music video similarly mocks corporate media, featuring the popular "I Support the Current Thing" NPC meme along with other visuals.

Throughout the music video, Hi-Rez portrays newscasters and other media personalities supporting mainstream narratives across infomercials, cooking shows, and a mock 60 Minutes interview.

"I support the current causes / I have empathy and manners / I got pronouns in my bio / Pray for countries in my banner," Hi-Rez raps. "I can’t wait to get my seventh shot / That’s written in my planner / I don’t use emojis that appropriate those who are tanner"

The rapper notes other acts of virtue signaling including the infamous Instagram black square from June 2020 along with other "anti" cultural language choices including "anti-masker" and "anti-vaxxer."

Hi-Rez exclaims: "If you’re offended by my rhymes that makes you anti-rapper!"

"Call me racist, call me bigot, call me homophobe / All because I know the difference in your chromosomes," Hi-Rez raps through the track's hook. "We’re living in a clown world, God the only hope / When these politicians puppets like Pinocchio / I’m so anti-everything, I’m so anti-everything (yeah, yeah)."


Hi-Rez also jokingly mocks media personalities, including comedian and podcaster Joe Rogan and The Daily Wire's Ben Shapiro, and says former Cuban leader Fidel Castro is his "hero." Other topics highlighted in "Anti-Everything" include electric car company Tesla, Sound of Freedom, and Home Alone 2.

"Anti-Everything" marks the second hip-hop track from Baste Records.

Hi-Rez released his first hip-hop track, "Triggered," with Baste Records last November. The song highlights the Second Amendment right to bear arms in America in the context of a country appearing to be plagued by school shootings and other instances of gun violence. The track also touched on last October's attack on Israel by Islamic militant group Hamas.

The rapper cited the death of his cousin in the 2018 Parkland High School shooting in Florida as a turning point for his support for the Second Amendment and an inspiration for "Triggered."

“Baste Records, a proudly conservative music label dedicated to preserving the fundamental rights of self-defense, is thrilled to announce it has entered into a multi-year partnership with Hi-Rez the Rapper,” Baste Records wrote in a press release at the time. “Hi-Rez, known for his thought-provoking lyrics and dedication to advocating for individual liberties, has poured his heart and soul into this song. His journey towards embracing the significance of the Second Amendment is deeply personal.”

Baste Records brands itself as the “counter culture to cancel culture” and the alternative to “mainstream music industry [which] is often dominated by liberal or progressive values.”

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