South London’s Gabzy returns today with his delectable new EP At The End Of The Night, released via First Play Ltd. The EP sees Gabzy team up once again with longtime collaborator Melvitto, in this summer-ready 5-track project that digs deeper into Gabzy’s psyche, exploring the tension and anxieties he feels beneath. the surface.
At The End of The Night opens with the emotional “Way Too Much” featuring up-and-coming singer Dayor, where the two artists’ hypnotic vocals meet delicate guitar riffs as they lament the breakdown of a relationship. . Sun-drenched “Rice & Peas” blends cheeky lyricism with dynamic, zesty drum patterns. Gabzy contemplates a former lover on the frenetic ‘True Colours’. The thoughtful “Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda” finds Gabzy at his emotional peak as he simmers over past arguments set to light-hearted instrumentation. Closing the EP is the witty “God Bless My Enemies,” weaved together with lively organ tones as Gabzy reflects on how his faith brings him strength.
A rising star on the Alté scene, Gabzy tells stories of heartbreak with a mix of sugary Afrobeats and heartfelt R&B. At The End of the Night marks the first taste of new music since Gabzy’s double releases “Party Starter” and “Pull Up” last year. Since releasing his first collaborative project in 2019 – the brilliant Summers – Gabzy has earned a reputation as an artist redefining love songs for Gen Z audiences, he has amassed an impressive following on social media. and streaming and ended 2021 with a first roadblock title show at Islington Assembly Hall that sold out in seconds. Gabzy is set to hit the stage again for a string of festival performances this summer, including YAM Carnival in London and Afrobeats Festival in Berlin.
Stay tuned for more from Gabzy this year and stream Au bout de la nuit HERE.
At the End of the Night Tracklist
1. Too much ft. Dayor
2. Rice and peas
3. True colors
4. I should have, I could have, I could have
5. God bless my enemies
July 9 – Afrobeats Festival, Berlin
August 27 – YAM Carnival, London