Cleveland artist Khadi Lee has shared a fresh visual for his track “FriendZone”, a cut off his recent EP Sneaky Link. A refreshing anthem for the summer “FriendZone” pairs rich, vivid production with a captivating vocal performance and fun-loving yet authentic lyrical content. Accompanied by a fresh new visual shot by Jake Johnston, “FriendZone” is a release that is simply easy to keep re-visiting again and again.
“FriendZone” contains vibrant production centred around colorful synths and airy backing vocals, as grooving, clean percussion locks in an infectious rhythm beneath. Atop the breezy instrumentation, Lee delivers silky melodies full of character-rich intonations that draw influence from hip-hop and R&B. Culminating in an addictive, luscious hook, “FriendZone” is a highly replayable offering.
The new visual for “FriendZone” adds to the song’s sunny, atmospheric sound and fun-loving mood, with crisp, sunny shots and warm filters. Here, Lee and his lady friend deliver relaxed, charismatic performances that suit the chilled out feel of the track. Vivid and bright, “FriendZone” makes for an excellent release for the coming summer months.
“FriendZone” appears on Lee’s new EP Sneaky Link, a sultry, buttery set of R&B tracks that feel layered and immersive throughout.
Listen to Khadi Lee’s new EP Sneaky Link here: