ZEIGH-V – 14 Year Old R & B Pop Artist About Loss And Death With New Reflective Single ‘GONE TOO SOON’

Daily electricity to load your batteries

13 December 2022

Artist: ZEIGH-V
Who: A 14-year-old R & B songstress from Atlanta, Georgia. She ts the embodiment of what A-Pop (the label she signed up with) represents: youth making a positive impact on society. Zeigh-V’s one true mission as an artist is to encourage kids to one another by promoting uplifting themes of change and hope for future generations.

Single: GONE TOO SOON

Info: It’s about the heartbreak involved in losing the people she loves. Her music is like poetry, putting emphasis on the emotion in these tough times. She uses her powerful words to impact her audience. We share in her every emotion.

Jim Joyner (A-Pop): “Over my life, I have seen many issues that are affecting our youth. I knew a girl who was my friend in 8th grade art class who was self-harming. Today, we are losing one teen every 10 hrs to fentanyl laced pills. I asked myself “What could be done about it?” I am the owner and president of Allstar Video Pitching Simulators, so in 2017, I began to pour my heart and financial resources into a brand new genre of music which I named A-POP ®.”

TUTV: Only 14 and what a talent. From a teenager, you should expect that
she/he sings about the birds and the bees, about falling in love, about dreaming
and having fun with friends and family. But not Zeigh-V, at least not on this track.

She deals with the pain of losing beloved people. She writes and sings about
dramatic events in her young life. Death is part of life, it’s real and so is Zeigh-V.
Have a listen, Beyoncé.

You could have won first place / You could have had it all / We could have gone to prom / But
the writings on the wall / There’s all kinds of things that I could’ve said / Now I don’t have the chance / All our messages on read.

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