The YouTube Artist On The Rise, an Apple Music Up Next artist and an MTV EMA award nominee, Zoe Wees has launched a new web series, “Learning to Love Myself.” Every episode features a long-form video where Wees along with her guests discusses well-being, music and the theme of the week; these episodes are hosted on YouTube.
In Episode 3 of the web series, Jessie J joined Wees; the previous guests were Tate McRae and 6LACK. Following the launch of the third episode Wees also performed at The American Music Awards, “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” And Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Wees also shared the meaning of one of the tracks from her debut EP Golden Wings in a Snapchat episode. Tate McRae had appeared on the very first episode of “Learning to Love Myself” and 6LACK, who was featured on Wees’ new single, “That’s How It Goes” was the guest for the second episode.
Wees has an exceptional talent to transform her intricate, complex, emotional stories into music that can resonate with people across the globe. In her debut single “Control” she boldly confronted all of the emotional scars that she had gotten over the years because of her struggles as a child with benign rolandic epilepsy which is a distressing condition that can lead to severe seizures. This song had become a hit worldwide and entered the top 20 at Pop radio in the U.S. and this paved way for her first U.S. television debut on “The Late Late Show with James Corden.” People had praised Wees’ follow-up single by calling it “a vulnerable pop anthem that pushed for togetherness and solidarity to girls around the world.” She also performed the track on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” Both these tracks can be found in her debut EP Golden Wings, which garnered over 860 million global streams combined. She has launched her first-ever headline tour in EU/UK in March 2020.
Watch her talking with Jessie J here.
Watch the Tate McRae here.