Have you heard of The Kid LAROI? If not, you’re missing out on one of the hottest artists in modern music right now. I mean, seriously, his songs are straight fire.
At just 18 years old, this Aussie has skyrocketed to the top of the charts with four songs hitting number one on the Australian ARIA and Billboard Hot 100 charts. And get this, he started out by just using his mum’s phone to record his music and upload it on SoundCloud. Talk about humble beginnings!
The Kid LAROI was also lucky enough to have formed a tight friendship with the late Juice WRLD, who took him under his wing and helped him become the massive success he is today. He’s got a pop sound with a touch of hip-hop that’ll get you grooving in no time.
Now, I’ve gone ahead and compiled a list of the top 10 The Kid LAROI songs that you absolutely need to check out. These tunes are so good, you won’t be able to resist dancing along. Trust me, you don’t want to miss out on these bangers.
10. F*CK YOU, GOODBYE (feat. Machine Gun Kelly)
“F*CK YOU, GOODBYE” is so dope! The Kid Laroi’s got some sick vibrato and chill singing on this track, which is set to a sick trap beat and catchy guitar riff. It’s the perfect mix to convey the song’s message.
And that message is pretty straightforward, my friend. It’s time to move on from a toxic relationship. The Kid Laroi and MGK both pour their hearts out about the pain of ending a relationship, but they also make it clear that their exes were nothing but a waste of time.
If this song speaks to you, I’d definitely recommend checking out “Love Me” by Lukaz. It’s got a similar message and vibe, with another awesome trap beat and guitar riff.
9. STAY (feat. Justin Bieber)
Have you heard of “STAY”? You know, that super popular song you’ve probably seen on TikTok or Instagram with the cool dance moves? Yeah, that one! Well, let me tell you, it’s not just a one-hit-wonder, it’s actually one of Kid Laroi’s best songs and helped put him on the music map.
But what makes “STAY” so special? For starters, it’s got two amazing artists collaborating and showing off their vocal range – Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber. Plus, the simple synthesized melody mixed with the driving bass and catchy drum beat make it a total earworm that you won’t be able to stop humming for days.
Overall, if you’re looking for a song that’s both catchy and features some top-notch talent, then “STAY” is definitely worth a listen.
Have you heard “Blessings” by Laroi? It’s got this crazy flute intro that’s like hauntingly beautiful, and then it drops into this sick bassline that just drives the track forward. And get this, he was only 15 when he recorded it! Can you believe that? Like, this kid has some serious talent.
I’ve been bumping “Blessings” on repeat since I first heard it, and I’m dying for a sequel. Seriously, when is Blessings pt. 2 coming out? I need it in my life. Hopefully, Laroi is working on it and we won’t have to wait too long. This dude is going places, mark my words.
7. WITHOUT YOU
Have you guys checked out The Kid LAROI’s latest track, “WITHOUT YOU”? Let me tell you, this guy’s got some serious vocal chops! He starts off the song with an acoustic guitar riff, giving it an indie vibe that really showcases his versatility as an artist.
But let’s be real, LAROI never disappoints when it comes to making great music. And “WITHOUT YOU” is no exception. The emotion in his voice is so raw, it’ll definitely hit you right in the feels. You can hear the pain he’s going through and it’s just heart-wrenching.
The lyrics of this song are also on point. They perfectly capture the feeling of loving someone who turns out to be unfaithful and breaks your heart. It’s so relatable and authentic.
6. ALWAYS DO
“ALWAYS DO” is a dope pop tune that’s got this sick 2000s vibe going on with its guitar riff and beat. The beginning kinda reminds me of 2Pac’s “Thugz Mansion,” you feel me?
What’s cool is how the song blends the acoustic guitar riff with a low bass that really emphasizes certain parts of the song. And the lyrics hit deep too. The Kid LAROI talks about how he and his girlfriend have their differences, but they always end up coming back to each other.
Honestly, with its shoutout to 2Pac and simple but catchy melody, “ALWAYS DO” is one of The Kid LAROI’s best songs. It’s the kind of tune that you can’t help but listen to on repeat. Trust me, give it a listen and you’ll be hooked.
5. SO DONE
Have you heard “SO DONE” by Laroi yet? If not, you’re missing out on a catchy tune with a ukulele melody that will have you nodding your head in no time.
The chorus features a simple drum beat that builds on the melody, while Laroi’s voice – usually a bit deeper – has been tweaked to sound higher for this song. It’s a cool touch that adds to the overall vibe of the track.
The lyrics are straightforward and relatable, with Laroi expressing his frustration with love after a toxic relationship. It’s a theme that many of us can relate to, making the song all the more powerful.
In case you didn’t know, “SO DONE” was released on Laroi’s 2020 mixtape called “F*ck Love.” The song is a standout on the album and has garnered a lot of attention from fans and critics alike.
So, if you’re in the mood for some new music, give “SO DONE” a listen. You won’t regret it!
4. WRONG (feat. Lil Mosey)
This track has got a chill piano melody, heavy bass, and some sick 808 trap beats. The lyrics are all about love, partying, getting lit, and having a good time.
Have you seen the music video for “WRONG”? It’s dope! Laroi and his homies are hanging out in a library and trying to catch the eye of the hot librarian. It’s a fun, coming-of-age story and you know Laroi is gonna get the girl in the end.
I gotta say, “WRONG” is one of my faves from The Kid LAROI. His vocal range is off the chain and I’m more impressed every time I hear him.
3. GO (feat. Juice WRLD)
Laroi’s track “GO” has been making waves and features his mentor Juice WRLD who recently passed away. The song comes in two versions, one with Juice WRLD’s original verse and another without it. The lyrics touch upon their struggles with girls and drugs, reflecting the darker side of their lives.
In memory of his friend, Laroi made the decision to release both versions of the song. It’s a touching tribute and a reminder of Juice WRLD’s talent and the impact he had on the music industry.
Meanwhile, another song from Laroi’s album “F*ck Love” features a simple yet addictive guitar riff and trap beat that will keep you hooked.
2. TELL ME WHY
“Tell Me Why” is so fire, showcasing his amazing vocal range. The beat hits hard with a deep bass and trap vibe, accompanied by a repetitive piano riff that gets stuck in your head.
But what really got me hooked on this track is the emotional tribute Laroi pays to his late mentor and brother, Juice WRLD. You can feel the pain in Laroi’s voice as he talks about the loss of his loved ones. It’s a beautiful way to honor their memory.
As the song comes to an end with a subtle violin outro, I totally get why Laroi’s fans are raving about this being one of his best songs yet. He really digs deep into the theme of losing people you care about in a way that’s both unique and vulnerable.
If you haven’t already, you gotta give “Tell Me Why” a listen. It’s a must-add to your playlist.
1. NOT SOBER (feat. Polo G & Stunna Gambino)
If you’re into lowkey and reflective tracks, you might want to check out “NOT SOBER” by The Kid LAROI featuring Polo G and Stunna Gambino. The song starts off with a simple piano melody that gradually builds up to a trap beat, creating a mellow atmosphere that I really enjoy.
But what I love most about this track are the honest lyrics. The three talented artists share their struggles with difficult experiences in life and how they turn to drugs or alcohol as a way to cope. It’s a relatable topic that many people can identify with, and the rawness in their delivery adds depth and emotion to the song.
Even though the melody is less busy compared to some of The Kid LAROI’s other tracks, it effectively highlights the voices and message of the artists. “NOT SOBER” is a simple yet effective song that’s perfect for those moments when you need to take a breather and reflect.