Listen To KSI’s latest hit “Voices” Ft. Oliver Tree

KSI, one of the most successful artists of the decade, today releases a new single, “Voices,” featuring Oliver Tree, the brainchild behind the 2022 global hit, “Miss You,” with the GRAMMY® Award-nominated producer. , Robin Schultz. . KSI’s silky vocals and effortless flow combined with Tree’s definitive rock star qualities result in “Voices,” a pop rock soul-searching hit destined for commercial success.
It follows KSI’s previously released singles “Not Over Yet” featuring Ivor-Novello nominated Tom Grennan, an instant UK Big Top 40 No. 1 and “Summer Is Over” as KSI prepares to release their third.

album on Atlantic Records. Co-written with Conor Blake Manning, Sara Boe, Mustafa Omer and James Murray and co-produced by Mojam and Digital Farm Animals (whose combined credits include the likes of Sam Smith, Mabel and Dua Lipa), the song has a double entendre for The Mental Health of KSI and his turbulent breakup with his ex-girlfriend.

Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, KSI says: “Voices is a song I worked on during my weird mental phase. This is a great song for me because it marked a great chapter in my life. After my breakup, I thought I was fine, but I had these voices in my head telling me that I wasn’t as happy as I thought.”

Oliver Tree Says

“The song is about the pain we experience after a breakup. Lying to ourselves as we try to replace the emptiness with an affair or waking up alone in your cold, empty bed. That person can be around our heads for months, even years later. Wondering if we will ever escape the memories of the person we once loved who is now a stranger.

The accompanying music video for “Voices” is directed by Oliver Tree and takes place in a busy restaurant. KSI is seen on a date with his girlfriend, whose attempt to share a piece of spaghetti goes horribly wrong, leading to an argument that ends in a breakup. As KSI lays in bed alone, Tree matches KSI’s ex-girlfriend online, and they go on the exact same date, which ends similarly, leaving Tree and KSI visibly upset and heartbroken. Later, his ex goes on a date at the same restaurant with YouTube creative Chunkz. KSI is sitting across the room with another girl, while Oliver is posing as a waiter, both now looking at his ex-girlfriend. Oliver trips and drops a huge stack of dishes and the video ends in complete disarray.

The song is also featured in the highly anticipated KSI documentary KSI: In Real Life, which was released this week exclusively on Prime Video in over 240 countries and territories worldwide. “It was amazing creating this song with one of my friends Oliver Tree and its inclusion in the Prime Video doc is great.
great too”, continues KSI.

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