Last month, Sainvil dropped off his They’re All Goblins project and the 13-track body of work includes features from names like Flipp Dinero, BEAM, and Yung Baby Tate. He now circles back this week to keep the momentum alive by sharing his brand new performance visual for “Monophobia.” Begging not to be left alone, Sainvil pleads with his lover to not end their relationship and instead go back to his place in this passionate new visual:
Don’t leave me alone, cause I got monophobia/ Don’t leave me alone, I’m drunk but I don’t wanna break up, cause I got monophobia/ More than I can ask baby, where you going where you at later on you should probably come and rap with us
We over here making fast paper, you probably come with me later on/ Got a man I’ma be a hater, swear that ass so fat baby, good gripping with my arms/ Baby here we go can we hit the road
The They’re All Goblins project features previously released singles “On My Own” featuring BEAM and “Oouu.” Earlier this year, Sainvil shared his single “California Raindrops.” He then continued his momentum by dropping off another cut for fans to enjoy titled “Ashley” while recruiting Guapdad 4000 for the assist.
In a recent conversation, Sainvil delved into his creative process when it comes to his visuals, citing Childish Gambino as one of his inspiration and also shouting out “Heal Myself” director Hussain a shout out. “Me and my creative director, Hannan Hussain, we collaborate on everything creative. I have aspirations to be in film and to make movies one day. One of my greatest inspirations is Childish Gambino. I like to have this healthy competition in my head to outdo the people that I admire.”
Be sure to press play on Sainvil’s brand new live performance of “Monophobia” down below.