August Wahh lets loose in sombre music video for ‘Ze Ocean’
Written by ABR on 14/12/2021
Filipino R&B singer August Wahh has released a self-directed video for her latest single ‘Ze Ocean’.
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In the fresh track, released on December 10, Wahh sings about vulnerability. Throughout the emotional anthem, she admits to doubts and complexities surrounding her – but also expresses forgiveness and encouragement for herself. The artist affirms herself repeatedly on the chorus: “I’m the ocean / If you hold me in a cup, it’ll shatter / Shame on you for telling me that I didn’t matter”.
Over the weekend, Wahh also premiered a music video for ‘Ze Ocean’ that she directed herself. The greyscale visual sees Wahh letting herself loose and dancing alone in the sea.
Watch the sombre music video here:
‘Ze Ocean’ is the singer’s fourth single this year. It follows her earlier single ‘Woo Woo’ in February and the double release ‘Samokan’, written and sung in Bisaya with hip-hop artist Cookie$, and ’Called Ur Bluff’ in April.
In November last year, Wahh dropped the three-track EP ‘Vivid’. It featured contributions by producer Subculture, London-based jazz artist Ashley Henry, R&B singer-songwriter Life On Planets, and UK producer Girls Of The Internet.
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