Zero first made it onto HNHH with a Torey Lanez collab at the end of last year. The 18-year-old Philly native rapped with an inspired sense of rage and a flow that immediately drew comparisons to Eminem. Since, as he's dropped off new tracks regularly over the last few months, he's emerged as an artist who can switch up both the content and emotions of his lyrics, often coming across as vulnerable and introspective, and not afraid to delve into topics of love and heartbreak. His latest track, "Down," finds him relaying his innermost feelings to a girl who's been on his radar for a long time. It's relatable for anyone who's tried to fight for a relationship whilst knowing the outcome could be futile.
"Down" is produced by Tory Lanez' go-to producer Play Picasso (who's now looking like one of Zero's main guys, as this is their third collaboration) and also Andrew Meoray, who was behind Zero's last track, "Stay Here."