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Sarantos continues on his determined path of continuously making music every month. For this month, his new single is “I’m A Bitch,” which is quite a fascinating title for a song. Sarantos has always had a bit of an interesting approach to songwriting, choosing to be right on the nose with a lot of his musical choices.
Despite the off-color and somewhat silly title, “I’m A Bitch,” is a song all about being angry towards one’s self. Themes of self loathing and anger permeate throughout the song. Many of the lines are all about how negative uncontrolled emotions can lead one down a path of self destruction and ruined relationships. This is backed up by the singer himself wailing about his own experiences living through this issue.
While there’s recognition towards the idea that the way he’s feeling is extremely negative, the song is content with just getting its point across. Throughout the song, Sarantos gets more and more dejected and angry, signifying how self destructive this sort of behavior is. It all culminates in a big climax that’s as fascinating to listen to as it is pitiful and sad.
Many of these problems and issues apparently stem from the Sarantos’ own head, as they’re unfounded doubts that turn him jealous. Unfortunately, there’s no happy resolution for our character here. “I’m A Bitch,” simply concludes with its main character being upset and understanding they have a problem, but being incapable of fixing themselves. It’s sadly reflective of many people in real life.
Musically the song is a lot of fun, with an overall upbeat and energetic vibe. It’s also quite catchy, with Sarantos delivery fitting the song in quite a few aspects. We also like how much fun Sarantos has with the songwriting here, taking every opportunity to work outside of the proverbial box. It makes for a single that’s kind of unorthodox, but still manages to retain your attention.
Overall, “I’m A Bitch,” is definitely one of Sarantos’ stronger singles. It’s musically solid, features a lot of powerful themes, and the songwriting here is on point. It’s also a lot more serious than his typical fare, which gives off a different vibe. Definitely a fascinating turning point for the artist, and we’d really like to see more songs like this from him. For now however, we’ll settle with relistening to “I’m A Bitch.”