“Let Me Go” visuals shared by Daniel Caesar

by | Mar 27, 2023 | Latest, Music News, New Music Alert | 0 comments

On April 7, Daniel Caesar will be releasing his much-anticipated debut album NEVER ENOUGH to the public. Fans have already had the opportunity to enjoy strong previews, such as the songs produced by Raphael Saadiq and Sir Dylan, “Let Me Go” and “Do You Like Me?.” As a result, the Canadian R&B savant returned today (March 15) to present the music video for the song it is currently featured in. There was recently a new clip released of Daniel Caesar running through a field symbolically never-ending, which was shot by Midman. There is a subtext in the song that croons about the tug-of-war that occurs between two lovers when they try to resolve matters:

Among the artists on Daniel Caesar’s last full-length release was 2019’s Case Study 01, which contained ten songs that included contributions from artists like Brandy, Jacob Collier, Pharrell Williams, and John Mayer. In 2017, he made landfall with his album Freudian, which had a number of major hits including “Best Part” with H.E.R. and “Get You” with Kali Uchis. He has also been involved in some of the most recent collaborations that have emerged in the music industry, including “careless” with FKA twigs, “Peaches” with Justin Bieber alongside Giveon and “Invincible” with Omar Apollo.

The “Japanese Denim” singer Daniel Caesar seems to have already hinted at what fans can expect from his next chapter in his career in a previous Instagram post, which hinted at the direction his career is headed. “Hi there, world. In spite of the fact that I was born a few minutes ago, I am already learning,” he claimed. “We are not supposed to consider this a new beginning, but just a long way from where we were before. I see a lot of myself in almost all of you, and I find it very reassuring. I look in the mirror. As there are so many things to discuss, you will be surprised to learn how close we are. For the time being, let us simply refer to this as the beginning.”

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