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Ian Isiah Teams Up With Sinjin Hawke for Peaceful Break-Up Anthem, ’10K’

Music

Ian Isiah Teams Up With Sinjin Hawke for Peaceful Break-Up Anthem, ’10K’

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Rounding in at just one minute, New York artist Ian Isiah’s latest video is a brief, alluring visual for his new Sinjin Hawke-produced track, “10K.” This marks the third time he’s worked with the Barcelona-based Kanye West collaborator, previously sharing “Private Party” and more recently “247” last month—another song that pairs Isiah’s autotuned vocals with hazy, atmospheric production.

“Smoke this last spliff with me, baby; underneath a thousand stars,” he coos, rolling through lyrics intended to shoutout the world’s “high lovers” and narrate a “peaceful breakup.” In the Thuan Tran-directed music video, Isiah’s shown smoking with friends as lo-fi religious iconography gets spliced in to complement the lyric, “While God is not watching.”

The longtime Hood By Air associate hasn’t yet announced plans to drop an official project, though these buzz tracks allude to something coming in the near future. He’s been quiet since releasing his debut 10-track mixtape, The Love Champion, which featured rap peers Mykki Blanco and Le1f. Considering “Sweat” is hands down one of the greatest underground party anthems ever, we’re ready for more from Isiah.

Watch the video, below, ahead of his July 27 show at Brooklyn’s Union Pool alongside Lafawndah and Evy Jane.