Everybody wants to be a rapper nowadays. From Amanda Bynes, to Chet Haze to now Daniel Day-Lewis’ son. On 'Green Auras,' GabeDay is spitting rhymes about what it's like growing up with an Oscar-winning dad.

The 18-year-old Sarah Lawrence College student, born Gabriel Kane Day-Lewis, just released a video for the song, which uses the instrumental of J. Cole’s testimonial track, 'Let Nas Down.'

In the clip, GabeDay raps about a myriad of daddy issues while toking on marijuana.

"Call me GabeDay and not Gabe Day-Lewis," he raps. "Cause if you're trying to call me out, I'm going to Gabe Day-Lose It! / I know what my name is and I know what fame is / Judging someone for their dad is just as bad as being racist."

Elsewhere in the video, GabeDay gives props to his idols J.Cole and Nas, and wears a skull mask while rapping about being a "bipolar stoop kid."

"From Europe to the east coast / It wasn’t easy to adapt / I kept myself pushing through by writing music and some rap / I found out that I’m bipolar / Now I wear it like a badge / Even when I’m sad / It’s the most satisfying trait I could have," he spits.

'Green Auras' appears on GabeDay's latest project, 'BiPSK Mixtape1,' which can be downloaded on his Soundcloud page.

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