Tinashe hops on BAYNK’s “Esther” single
The captivating visual is directed by Spencer Graves.
The arrival of Tinashe’s brand new album 333 is right around the corner and before she unleashes it in full this Friday (Aug 6), she has one more offering to hold fans over. BAYNK has enlisted Tinashe for his latest single “Esther,” and the two made sure to link up for a visually captivating music video to pair with the release. On the song, BAYNK kicks off the song as the surreal scenery flashes around him:
Oh I’ve been waiting for you to show tonight too long, only be coming back when they’re turning the lights all off/ Tell me you’ve seen me around, steam on the ground, think I’m lost, oh, I’m lost/ ‘Cause you don’t come less the sun’s not up, but I’m lucid for your love, Esther
Won’t you come around, figure out what your body likes, Esther oh/ ‘Cause I’m down when you’re down middle of the night, Esther/ Won’t you come around, figure out what your body likes, Esther
In 2020, BAYNK dropped off a slew of singles, including “HIGH,” “DOWN” featuring Golden Vessel and Akurei, “KISS ME,” and “TESSELATE” featuring Tei Shi. He then later on packaged them into an EP titled A STUDY IN MOVEMENT. So far from the aforementioned 333 project, confirmed tracks include cuts like the upbeat “Bouncin’” and also the Buddy-assisted “Pasedena.”
The most recent single she released is “I Can See The Future.” Before Tinashe announced 333 on social media, she was sporadically sharing tracks like “HMU For A Good Time,” “Let Me Down Slowly,” “Rascal (Superstar),” and “Dance Like Nobody’s Watching” with Iggy Azalea. Fans can also catch her on the road, as she also just recently announced her “333 Tour.”
Be sure to press play on BAYNK’s brand new music video for “Esther” featuring Tinashe down below.
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