What are the lyrics to 'Nirvana' by Rod Wave?

RAPPER Rod Wave gave fans a shock when he released a song entitled Nirvana, its lyrics stirring up concern in some of those who listened.

Released late in the night on Friday, December, 10, 2021, the Florida native deleted the song from streaming platforms the following day.

What are the lyrics to 'Nirvana' by Rod Wave?

With the song being released on a Friday night, many listeners became concerned after the opening lyrics: "If you're hearin' this, it's too late / I've been writin' this since Tuesday, today Friday / That mean tomorrow's doomsday."

The song continues: "Tried to fight the pain, but it ate me alive / Sad to say I lost the battle against my mind / You should be happy for me, homie, no more sufferin'."

Nirvana's opening lyrics seem to allude to a battle with depression or other mental health issues, with Rod seemingly telling the story of the end of a life.

After continuing to go into lines about fame and the toll it can take on someone's emotions, Rod finishes the song with a line about someone needing to "blast himself."

"Still wishin' I had some help /What the f**k? Make a n****a run off and blast himself," he sings.

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What was the response to the release of 'Nirvana'?

After releasing the song Rod deleted both his Twitter and Instagram accounts, according to HotNewHipHop.

Fans quickly grew concerned with the state of the rapper's health, and took to their own social media accounts to share their thoughts.

One user wrote on Twitter: "Dawg plz tell me that rod wave good after that song man 🤦🏽‍♂️".

Another user wrote: "Nirvana by Rod Wave is f**king deep… mental health is no joke. Hope Rod Wave is good and is getting the help he needs."

"…I’m actually worried for this man," someone else added.

Rod reinstated his personal Instagram account on Saturday, December 11, 2021 to respond to fans, posting to his story.

"Sorry for da scare," he wrote across a photograph seemingly taken from an airplane window.

"I'm super good… Happy asf working on my new album… love y'all fasho doe dat was definitely a [suicide] PREVNTION song."

Who is Rod Wave?

Born in St. Petersburg, Florida, Rod Wave went viral on YouTube and TikTok with the release of his 2019 hit, Heart on Ice.

He went on to release his debut album, Ghetto Gospel, on November 1, 2019, which peaked at number ten on the Billboard Hot 200 list.

On April 3, 2020, Rod released his second studio album, Pray 4 Love. This album debuted as number two on the Billboard Hot 200.

A few months later, in August, Rod Wave was included in XXL's 2020 Freshman Class.

Released on March 26, 2021, his third studio album SoulFly was the number one streamed album on YouTube at the time.

Rod is the father of two children, a set of twins born in the summer of 2020.

He has over 4.6million followers on Instagram, with over 3.81million subscribers on YouTube.

If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) or text Crisis Text Line at 741741.

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