Toronto-based Public Records has released the latest visual offering from R&B singer-songwriter, Amaal.
“It’s about finally realizing the person you’re in love with is not who they’ve represented themselves to be. That love quickly conjugates to the past tense.” – Amaal
The video for “Not What I Thought” was directed by Sean Brown, and the single is available now on major streaming platforms.
Public Records is home to several talented acts including budding hip-hop artist Pilla B, Surauchie, and Tiara Thomas.
Check out the new release below along with the accompanying press release.
Amaal Releases Captivating Visuals for Single “Not What I Thought”
International recording artist Amaal releases “Not What I Thought” the first single off her forthcoming debut EP.
Amaal also drops the accompanying music video for “Not What I Thought” directed by renown multidisciplinary creative Sean Brown (Daniel Caesar).
The R&B influenced, bass thumping single is a gentle yet confident ballad about the end of a relationship. Hardly a new theme and yet, “Not What I Thought” unfolds as a salve for the question of how an intimate partner can become a stranger.
“It’s about finally realizing the person you’re in love with is not who they’ve represented themselves to be. That love quickly conjugates to the past tense.”
Check out the official site, AmaalNuux.com.
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