Music Industry

Breakout Artist, Zoe Wees, Releases Debut Album “Therapy”

Zoe Wees has been on everyone’s radar since she debuted with her single “Control” in 2020.

“Control” has amassed nearly three billion combined global streams and has earned a RIAA Gold-certified award along with a Top 20 Pop radio hit.

“Control” was her debut single that was followed by “Girls Like Us” which was highlighted in the New York Times Magazine as “the sad banger” and was applauded by People as “a vulnerable pop anthem that pushed for togetherness and solidarity to girls around the world.”

With a twenty-song tracklist, “Therapy” is the album that re-tells Zoe’s life of growing up with anxiety, health conditions, and growing up in a single-parent home.

Not only that, Zoe has grown to deal with everything that the music industry and social media have thrown at her.

“Love Should Be Easy” leads the album which talks about the willingness to let go of a relationship that has become toxic.

As an artist, Zoe has executed connecting with her audience through her emotional stories that have become universally relatable.

My music is my therapy, a way to overcome my innermost fears and insecurities. Therapy is more than just an album for me; it accompanies my journey to discover and learn to love myself.

Zoe Wees
Photo of Zoe Wees Credited to Lillie Eiger.

Connect with Zoe below and stream “Therapy”!

By The A&R Guru

Kristi, founder and creator of The A&R Guru, graduated from Belmont University in April of 2021. She earned her BBA in Music Business and a minor in Production. She's passionate about A&R, digital marketing, event management, production, and touring. One of the most important things she wants her audience to know is that talent is everywhere, and as a music industry professional, she is determined to find it.

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