Since dropping off Sincerely, the Mixtape back in February, Sincerely Collins has only brought us one new solo feature (Listen), but you shouldn’t take that as evidence of inactivity. Quite the contrary, the Phoenix buzzmaker’s been holed up in the studio, hard at work on an official debut full-length. Today, we get our first taste of the eagerly-anticipated set in the form of Give Me Love, a hard-hitting indictment of the contemporary music industry. As Collins lambastes both the superficiality of the game and the consumers that buy into it, Tony Choc serves up a gritty, cinematic string beat. Jakob Owens directs the accompanying visuals. #Destroyer currently lacks a drop date, but we’ll keep you posted on the project as we learn more.
Written by richard on 09/2/14
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