Zoe Wees Unveils New Single, “That’s How It Goes” (Feat. 6LACK)

*The Following Press Release Was Capitol Music Group*


Watch The Official Video HERE 

“What’s most remarkable about Wees’s light speed ascension is that her songs don’t wear themselves out. She doesn’t feel like hype, but a new classic.”– GQZW2.jpg
Breakout star Zoe Wees teams up with GRAMMY®-nominated R&B maestro 6LACK on her new single, “That’s How It Goes,” out now by Capitol Records. The two artists co-wrote the powerful track, which contrasts the light and dark energies found in life. Download / stream “That’s How It Goes” (feat. 6LACK) HERE. The official video was shot in Kiev and directed by Oliva Rose (Ty Dolla $ign, Lola Young), who helmed the video for 6LACK’s “East Atlanta Love Letter.” View HERE.

Zoe Wees explains, “I loved working with 6LACK. Knowing that 6LACK was working really hard until he became who he is now, inspired me on a different level. The way he appreciated the whole team and our new song is so lovely to see. He has one of the most beautiful souls. And I’m on fire performing this one with him..”

6LACK adds, “Really happy to be able to work with people that speak to my spirit directly. Zoe Wees created a bridge from her world to mine and ‘that’s how it goes’ is a song that carries a message that’ll never fade. triumph through despair. it reminds me of where I came from, who I am and where I want to go next.”

Wees – who was named as a YouTube Artist On The Rise, an Apple Music Up Next artist and as “One To Watch” by Billboard earlier this year – will launch her first-ever EU/UK headline tour in March 2022. Tickets and itinerary are available HERE.

The 19-year-old artist’s first two hits, “Control” and “Girls Like Us” – from her debut EP, Golden Wings – have amassed over 860 million combined global streams. Last month, she collaborated with renowned producer Kygo on the track “Love Me Now,” which has already racked up over 30 million streams worldwide. Naming Wees as one of the “Most Exciting Young Musicians on Planet Earth,” GQ said, “What’s most remarkable about Wees’s light speed ascension is that her songs don’t wear themselves out. She doesn’t feel like hype, but a new classic. The stage is calling.” Praising Golden WingsWonderland noted, “we are taken on a journey of introspection and emotion, all the while enjoying the unmatched musical talent that lies at the heart of Wees’ vocals.”ZW3.jpg
Zoe Wees & 6LACK   

Photo Credit: Tereza Mundilová 

About Zoe Wees

Zoe Wees has a knack for making her complex, emotional stories feel universally relatable. On “Control,” her raw, powerful debut single, she confronted the emotional scars that resulted from her childhood struggle with benign rolandic epilepsy, a traumatic, isolating condition that can cause severe seizures. She soon found that the song struck a chord with other people who were dealing both with similar and with completely different problems. “Control” became a worldwide hit, entered the top 20 at Pop radio in the U.S. and led to her U.S. television debut on “The Late Late Show with James Corden.”

“Girls Like Us,” Wees’ follow-up single, was praised by People as “a vulnerable pop anthem that pushed for togetherness and solidarity to girls around the world.” She performed the track on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Found on her debut EP, Golden Wings, the two songs have amassed over 860 million combined global streams. The 19-year-old was named as a YouTube Artist On The Rise and an Apple Music Up Next artist.  

About 6LACK

Pronounced “black,” the alternative GRAMMY-nominated R&B artist from ATL released his debut album Free 6LACK in November 2016, which peaked at #34 on the Billboard 200 and included his 2x Platinum single “Prblms.” 6LACK was nominated for two GRAMMY Awards in 2018 in the Best Urban Contemporary Album category and the Best Rap/Song Performance category. In September 2018, 6LACK released his second studio album, East Atlanta Love Letter, which landed at #3 on the Billboard 200 chart and spent its release week as the #1 RnB album in the country. The album contains features from J.Cole, Future, Khalid and Migos’ Offset. 6lack recently released an EP titled 6pc Hot, which hit Top 5 on Billboard’s Top R&B Albums chart. 

Most recently, 6LACK earned a career first No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart in one of the most impressive ways — debuting in the top spot on his collaboration with Lil Tjay’s “Calling My Phone,” the single also opening at No. 1 on the Hot Rap Songs chart and posted a No. 3 arrival on the all-genre Billboard Hot 100. He was recently nominated as “Best Male R&B Artist” for the BET Awards.

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