Distinguished rapper, singer, songwriter, and producer Belly drops his third single release from See You Next Wednesday, “Zero Love” featuring Moneybagg Yo.
Listen to “Zero Love” here – https://belly.lnk.to/ZeroLove
The track exemplifies Belly’s unmatched pen game while rallying a series of reasons you need to be bringing something special if you’re coming to Belly’s table. The song follows the single and video release of “Money on the Table” featuring Benny The Butcher as well as “IYKYK” which both received praise from NME, Billboard, Complex, The Source, Rap Radar, and many more.
Over the last few years, Belly’s willingness to share his struggles with mental and physical health publicly has allowed for growth both personally and through his music. See You Next Wednesday, a nod to filmmaker John Landis, marks Belly’s return to his craft – stronger, smarter, and more powerful than ever.
MoneyBagg Yo on this collaboration “Jumped on this record cuz Belly and XO that’s family. Excited about this one.”
Belly, whose full name is Ahmad Balshe, entered the music scene in 2007 with his debut album The Revolution. In 2020 Belly made history with his songwriting and his total streams as an artist have reached 1 billion and combined as a songwriter/composer hit a 6 billion milestone. He boasts major writing credits from The Weeknd’s Beauty Behind the Madness, and more notably co-wrote the singer’s “The Hills”, which earned a rare diamond certification from RIAA, and is also famous for his collaboration with The Weeknd on the platinum hit song “Might Not”, which was released shortly after he signed to the label. Belly has credits on Beyoncé’s “6 Inch” from her critically acclaimed albumLemonade, and Ariana Grande’s “Love Me Harder” as well as featured on G-Eazy’s “No Limit” remix and Nipsey Hussle’s “Double Up” plus countless other wins.
The Palestinian-Canadian artist has been outspoken about mental health and immigration in the past years. The MC went as far as canceling a Jimmy Kimmel Live! appearance due to then Presidential Candidate Donald Trump being scheduled as a fellow guest. Years later after a slew of successful mixtapes, he released his 2018 sophomore album titledImmigrant. The album takes an autobiographical approach with the artist narrating his personal experiences of rejection and discrimination that is inherent while being an immigrant in the US. The album featured guest appearances from Meek Mill, M.I.A., Yo Gotti, French Montana, and The Weeknd. Belly has received press from CNN, ABC News,Covetour, Billboard, NPR, Hypebeast, Complex, XXL, Joe and more.
Stay tuned for much more from Belly this year.