Rising artist Vory has dropped off his sophomore EP SAY. Produced by Boi-1da and Lou Bell, the Grammy winner pens his emotions through the project’s six tracks. “I made this song right after a breakup and was kind of goin’ through it and honestly on the verge of losing myself,” he said to HYPEBEAST.
He opens the EP with ”Save Me Now,” an honest and heartfelt cut transformed into a soothing piece of art with trap beats and Vory’s distinct falsetto hits. “I felt like I needed saving, but didn’t know from where or who and music has always been my outlet so I went to the studio and linked with Boi1da and Lou [Bell] and we came up with this record. This track is definitely one of my favorites off the EP just because it is so personal to me.” The Louisville native also links up with Smokepurpp for “Worst,” the only song with a guest feature, to create a change of pace in the otherwise pacified record.
Stream Vory’s SAY on Spotify and Apple Music below.
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