Chace Leaves The Decision Up To Us When He Says ‘Up 2 You’ In His New Single

R&B artist CHACE knows that to stand out, an artist needs not just musical talent, but also the ability to lift their crafty by way of incredible storytelling, and pitch-perfect creative vision.

Every one of CHACE’s songs is a masterpiece, wholly relatable, with subjects ranging from relentlessly following your dreams, to surviving heartbreaks. CHACE’s vocals are effortless and melodic, as they float above the easy-going beats. Additionally, his music videos elevate his songs, with each frame a virtual work of art.

No less so CHACE’s most recent single, ‘Up 2 You’. If you’re a CHACE fan you’ll know that the clip for continues the storyline set out in his 2020 release, ‘Wrecklyss’. CHACE wears the same bloodied white shirt, and is still holding the torn polaroid photo of his ex. ‘Up 2 You’ captures the numbness experienced when the one you thought was soulmate tears your heart out and destroys you. CHACE tries to fill up the hole left behind with a spiral of partying, hooking up – unsatisfying self-indulgences. He knows deep down the only place he really wants to be is in the arms of his love.

If you listen closely to the track (put your headphones on) you will make out her distorted voice, through the instrumentals. This track is like no other; it strikes into your very soul, speaking to the heart.

Check out the video for ‘Up 2 You’ below, and see if you agree with us. You can also find out more about CHACE and his music online on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Chace - Up 2 You (Official Music Video) Clean

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