charlieonnafriday – I’m Not Crazy

Pop/hip hop artist charlieonnafriday releases new single “I’m Not Crazy.” Please check it out above and drop a comment to let us know what you think about it.



charlieonnafriday, the 20-year-old with hundreds of millions of streams over a handful of singles, shares his latest “I’m Not Crazy.” The single has a catchy, earworm of a chorus – “I’m not crazy I’m just a little f***** up/I know it’s always too late” – and interpolates Matchbox 20’s #1 gold smash “Unwell” (2003). “I’m Not Crazy” proves charlieonnafriday is a bubbling, versatile star on the rise.

charlieonnafriday has recently been announced as tour support on Tate Mcrae’s fall North America tour.

I’m Not Crazy” follows up “Same Friends” featuring Lil Tjay, in which Charlie dives into his come-up in the music game and bringing his ‘same friends’ along for the ride. In the “Same Friends,” video, Charlie and his Day 1 friends from Seattle are settled into a lavish home in Los Angeles, kicking it and recording before all heading over to Lil Tjay’s house where Tjay and his guys are doing the same. “Same Friends,” is a banger primed for long car rides with the windows down and the speakers all the way up.

Charlie’s hot streak on the charts began last year when his single “Enough” landed in the Top 20 on Pop Radio. In the run-up to “Same Friends,” Charlie released “That’s What I Get,” a creative continuation of “Enough.” Charlie realizes he cut off a relationship sooner than he should’ve and misses that person. It’s a melodic, low-key pop banger that he created with Monsters and Strangerz (Rihanna, Maroon 5) and Aldae (Justin Bieber). In the music video, Charlie reflects on a breakup as he drives around the city and catches a glimpse of his ex in a new relationship, lamenting, “I guess that’s what I get.”

With a string of fan favorite hits under his belt, Charlie hasn’t let up once this year. In addition to flooding fans with new music, he kicked off 2023 with the ONNAFRIDAY College Tour, before segueing to dates in the spring opening for Jessie Murph. Touring across Europe in April with Macklemore was particularly special for Charlie, who grew up in Seattle massively influenced by The Professor. Now Charlie has added the titles of collaborator and friend, after being featured on Macklemore’s 2023 album, BEN (“I Don’t Know”).

To understand charlieonnafriday and where he’s headed, it’s important to go back to where he started. Raised in many neighborhoods in and around Seattle, but noting the Greenlake neighborhood as his home, Charlie Finch says, “I just like capturing moments.”

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