There’s no denyinghas talent. At the age of 19, he’s already putting together tracks that are set to rival the likes of fellow Canadian Superstars Drake and The Weeknd, all the while continuing to grow as an artist.
In late 2017, Zoya, a dark and moody track accompanied now by suitably solemn and nearly-depressing visuals.
That’s not the say the video is bad. It’s actually quite the opposite. The shots of a lonelywandering a deserted Montreal prove impactful when paired with the lyrics, making the video a success in amplifying the already potent lyrics of the song.
Check the video out right here to see exactly what we mean.