North West London’s ZANEITA teams up with South London’s Kiddo 93 for their ride or die anthem, ‘Bonnie & Clyde’.
The track explores the trials and tribulations of a couple young and in love, battling through themes of crime and lust. Zaneita expresses her infatuation with the lifestyle her lover lives, but also the turmoil she feels knowing that it’s not the life she wants.
‘Bonnie & Clyde’ bears a unique and fresh sound, undoubtedly setting Zaneita apart from other artists in an increasingly growing UK R&B scene.
Zaneita’s love for music began after being gifted Alicia Keys’ debut album ‘Songs In A Minor’ on CD, eventually leading her to pursue a career as a fully fledged artist.
Growing up, Zaneita was also influenced by artists such as Toni Braxton, TLC and Lauryn Hill, leading her to develop her own distinctive voice. This, teamed with her infectious melodies and gripping storylines, effortlessly captivates Zaneita’s listeners with each track.
At the start of 2021, Zaneita began work on her debut EP ‘The Girl Who Lived’, with the first single ‘Quarter Life Crisis’ released in December of that year. In signature Zaneita style, the track, produced by BeatzByDB, is an Afrobeat infused offering with smooth R&B undertones.
Have a listen to ‘Bonnie & Clyde’ below…