Primed for a breakout moment this year, Young Stoner Life/300 artist Fase Yoda unveils a confessional and catchy new single entitled “Love Hurts” accompanied by a captivating music video. Moving through vibes effortlessly, the track swings like a wrecking ball from moments of intense introspection to a danceable crescendo propelled by pulsating synths. In one breath, he sighs, “She got devil eyes, before crooning, “I’m in love with her. He subverts expectations by layering distorted vocals above cinematic orchestration, defying genre lines in the process. The visual reflects this penchant for unpredictability as it highlights his charisma and dynamic energy on screen.

“I made this song to talk about my experiences dealing with the duality of love. As great as the highs are there are lows that also come with,” says Fase Yoda“If you notice on the chorus I’m singing two things at the same. Time to paint this duality ‘I’m in love with her’ and ‘I’m in love it hurts.’ This song is a staple representation of the theme I’m speaking on in Fallen Angel.”

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“Love Hurts” paves the way for Fase Yoda‘s debut project, Fallen Angel, arriving on earth and streaming platforms in May. The contemplative body of work illuminates his spirited persona, uniting influences such as Hip-Hop, Emo and R&B with bright melodies and emotionally-charged themes. The single arrives in the wake of “Woah” featuring Khalil Vegas which has generated over 575k views on YouTube.

Fase Yoda emerged onto the scene with his 2021 single “Butterflies” which earned him TikTok acclaim making the song a viral sensation; garnering 8.4 million views on YouTube and over 26 million streams on Spotify alone. From there, Yoda would release his follow-up single “Messed Up” a heartfelt ballad giving a deeper look into the rapper’s darker side. Further growing his fan base, the video for “Messed Up” has accumulated over 2.4 million views on YouTube since its release showing Yoda’s staying power. Passionate about expressing the concept of duality through his music, Yoda describes himself as “half angel and half demon” and with Fallen Angel, he will use his unique storytelling ability to expand on the complexity of the human experience.