Rising rapper/songwriter Zayne Freshley premieres a new music video for his song where he talks about life, love, and relationship complications while being young. The rapper, singer, and songwriter put’s his versatile approach to song making on full display all throughout the new single titled “Don’t Know What Love Is”

Zayne’s style of music creation is an exploitation of new genres and styles not seen commonly amongst newer artist. The way he’s able to combine his melodies with his rapping ability at a high level is very impressive, the triple threat artist raps, sings, and writes all of his music. 

The new bombshell track features Hip Hop influenced production complimented by soothing vocals and candid songwriting. His core message lies within the honest songwriting and continues to vividly echo the complications of relationships and love as a young rising artist in this new aged generation.

The rising star takes us on a full audio adventure through his lens with lyrics like ‘’I don’t know what love is, maybe it’s not for me been chasing it for so long’’ He focuses on the complications of dealing with love and relations while being young and wanting to still enjoy his years of being young in his prime years as a man.

Zayne manages to craft high quality love songs that make you feel like he’s speaking directly to you. Whether you’ve gone through that situation in the past or if you’re currently going through it the relatability will still be the same.

The songs have a catchy love message with a honest tone that Zayne has laid out for us to dissect. Love in this new age is one of the most complicated and relatable topics by many fans when their favorite artist sings/raps about it. The words are always something they can put together to find a similar experiences in their own life.

The honesty in his music is what allows fans to connect with him so much. When they listen to him, they feel as if they know him personally and they don’t feel like they are alone with what they’re going through in life at the moment.

Vents Magazine