Bristol-based Italo Senegalese singer Sasa Zola is a woman of many talents. Besides music, she is a model and ex-pro windsurfer who has worked with top brands and even competed in the International Windsurfing Tour 2018 finishing in 3rd place. Zola is now fully focused on her music career and shares with us her new song titled “What If.”

Bolstered by a cinematic and dark backdrop, Zola delivers a gripping performance ripe with alluring melodic runs and poignant lyrics that dive into self-expression and how society tries to suppress individuals who want their voices to be heard. The track sure builds up into a frenzy with its slow progression which hits the apex on the chorus section. This is the anthem for the outcasts and the voiceless.

Get it on all DSPs here.



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