Corey Harper is a singer-songwriter based in Topanga, California. Not too long ago, he released a bittersweet breakup tune, entitled, “Don’t Hate Me”.

Corey Harper – “Don’t Hate Me”

“We don’t need to wait it out. We should probably end it all right now. If we’re breaking up, breaking up, just don’t hate me. That’s the only thing I couldn’t live with, baby. If you had enough, had enough, just don’t hate me. ‘Cause that’s the only thing that’s ever gonna break me. Just don’t hate me.” – lyrics

‘Don’t Hate Me’ tells an interesting tale of a young guy who is on the verge of breaking up with his girlfriend.

Apparently, he cares a whole lot about what her mental wellbeing might be like after their break up, so he takes their looming separation very seriously.

Later, while having a conversation with her about ending their relationship, he wants her to promise him that she won’t hate him after their breakup.

Corey Harper – “Don’t Hate Me” single

Corey Harper – “Don’t Hate Me” artwork

“Corey Harper sifts through a lifetime of influences in order to assemble a vibrant, vivid, and vital vision.”

‘Don’t Hate Me’ contains a relatable storyline, ear-welcoming vocals, and guitar-driven instrumentation flavored with indie pop, alternative, and sentimental elements.

We recommend adding Corey Harper’s “Don’t Hate Me” single to your personal playlist. Also, let us know how you feel about it in the comment section below.


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