Kyle, who is known to be arguably the happiest rapper out of California, drops the unusually gloomy track "Blame." today (Sept 2). This new track finds Kyle in a somber, fed up kind of mood stemming from lovesick blues. Produced by Ayo, the same beatsmith who worked on last month's "Doubt It," "Blame" tells the story of a relationship gone sour because of back and forth fighting and the infamous blame game. The track is more or less an argument from only Kyle's point of view and it sounds like he's losing.

"Oh no, here we go again with the dumb shit/Cussin' me out on assumption/Supposed to be the one I have fun with/It's not fun witcha," he raps.

When XXL first met Kyle for The Break, the 22-year-old Ventura, Calif. native cited his influences to be everything from Frank Sinatra to Jadakiss and explained his mission behind his happy hip-hop movement.

"I just want to be able to make an impact on the masses," said Kyle. "I want to make an impact on people. Like John Lennon writing “Imagine,” a song that changes an entire generation of people. Really just changing the world. I just want to reach a point where I have an opportunity to impact the entire world with one song."

Will this be the Kyle song that gets the world, or even a generation, hooked on his movement? Check out Kyle's "Blame" above.

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