Madison Beer has released a new song called “King of Everything,” and fans are convinced that it is a diss track aimed at her former manager, Scooter Braun. The 24-year-old singer was under Braun’s management from the start of her career until they parted ways in 2021, the same year she released her debut album, “Life Support.” The lyrics in her new track, featured on her sophomore album “Silence Between Songs,” are quite pointed, adding fuel to the speculation. Beer also added to the speculation by posting a vague TikTok video on the subject.
In the second verse of “King of Everything,” Beer sings, “Look what you’ve done / Taken advantage of people so young / Ridin’ the high road / On everyone’s lows.” These lyrics could be interpreted as a reference to the fact that she was just 13 years old when she signed with Braun. In the chorus, she croons, “Baby, you’re the king of everything. And right now you’re the man. But no one gives a damn. When the rain comes pourin’ down. To wash away your crown. You’re the king of nothin’ now.”
Many fans believe that these lines are addressing the recent wave of A-listers cutting ties with Braun and his team. Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, and others have reportedly left the famous manager. This adds more weight to the theory that “King of Everything” is a diss track aimed at Braun.
Beer’s TikTok video further adds to the speculation. In the video, she jokes about loving the question, “Who is king of everything about?” Hailey Bieber, Justin’s wife, notably commented, “Wellll IIIII THINKKK…” This comment from Hailey suggests that there might be some truth to the speculation.
In other news, Beer recently opened up about her life-changing friendship with Lana Del Rey. It seems that she has found support and inspiration in her connections with other artists. Whether “King of Everything” is truly a diss track aimed at Scooter Braun or not, it is clear that Beer is expressing her feelings and experiences through her music. Only time will tell if she confirms or denies the speculation surrounding the song.