Capitol Record’s Zoe Wees “Girls Like Us” Acoustic Release

Capitol Record’s Zoe Wees “Girls Like Us” Acoustic Release

Capitol Record’s breakout artist Zoe Wees stripped down her latest single, “Girls Like Us,” to an acoustic version which was released March 3rd of this year. This is available on all streaming platforms and can be heard here. In combination with this release, a beautifully done acoustic performance of the song in the accompanying video was made available. It can be viewed here.

Zoe Wees Climbing Her Way Up the Charts

Germany's Zoe Wees Owns Her Journey on Powerful Debut Single — Spotify

Amidst the release of her latest single, “Girls Like Us,” she amassed over 38 million combined global streams in just the first few weeks of release. This single follows her prior debut single “Control,” a viral hit that has obtained over 270 million combined worldwide streams and gone Gold in five countries.

Topping the Apple Music chart in Switzerland and entered the top 10 in Austria and Germany, she has created a name for herself. As well as this, she has been featured on numerous Spotify playlists and has been named as a Youtube “On the Rise” artist. Her reliability and authenticity as an artist have made her music truly be admired by many, as her fan base is growing day by day.

Photo Credit: Philipp Gladsome

Wees Breaking Through the Industry

Wees has made appearances on both The Late Late Show with James Corden” and appeared on “The Zane Lowe Show, as well as being praised by Billboard for her “pop smarts.” Wees has been placed as a “Talented Black Musical Artists on the Rise in 2021″ by People, who accredited her as potentially taking control over the pop industry. They praised her latest release recognizing her as “a vulnerable pop anthem that pushed for togetherness and solidarity to girls around the world.”

The official music video for “Girls Like Us” was also made available, which visually embodies her artistry and capacity for stardom she holds. She, as a female artist and POC, has become a role model to many young females. Her genuine and relatable message of girls supporting each other, self-love, and female empowerment demonstrates the true progressive impact women of color are having on the music industry.

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