The tracks come off Reyez’s new super-deluxe edition of ‘Before Love Came to Kill Us.’
Reyez is the first artist to sing the Canadian and US National Anthems atop Toronto’s CN Tower.
The production, which follows three real New York couples, was made entirely by students from Universal Music Group’s º1824 team.
The single comes off Reyez’s acclaimed debut full-length, ‘Before Love Came To Kill Us’.
The annual prize, which was announced today by past years' nominees, celebrates excellence in Canadian music.
The newest video from “Before Love Came To Kill Us” offers a prequel to the artist’s vivid 2019 ‘Crazy’ visuals.
The surprise release features 3 new tracks including ‘Far Away II’ ff A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie & Jid, ‘Ankles’ ft. Rico Nasty & Melii, and ‘Worth Saving'.
The singer-songwriter’s highly anticipated debut album has already earned wide acclaim for its impactful, raw lyricism and genre-defying sound.
Over a woozy trap beat, Reyez twists and turns her voice, as she sings how her ex will never find a lover who even “measures up to my ankles”.