When they ask me how I'm winning: God taught me
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Zauntee has managed to clock up years of music-making experience, though still only 20.
Now his 'Fanatic' single has just gone on to the xRhythms playlist.
It’s a track from his debut album, which is scheduled for a spring release, and shows the Florida-based singer, rapper and producer to be a singular talent.
In 2017 Zauntee independently released his first music video, 'God Taught Me', which became a viral hit, clocking up more than 6.6 million views.
Dubbed as one to watch.
He has been dubbed as “one to watch” by many critics and Rapzilla wrote, “He’s coming out of the gate as a force to be reckoned with – stepping out with laser-sharp vision determined to impact the culture and show-stopping sonics that a sure to captivate music fans.”
The multi-talented artist began writing songs at the tender age of 10 and started producing music at 14.
Said Zauntee, "The rap game really focuses on brainwashing young people who don't have any real role models. Most kids think that the only way to be fulfilled in life is to follow the crowd." The rapper said he intends to make "music people want with a message that they need."
Featured as Fox Sport's Artist Of The Month.
Recently, Zauntee’s songs have appeared in various college football games, along with other sports within the Fox Sports network and programming, after featuring as its Artist Of The Month. He has also had his songs used by ESPN's First Take and the TNT network for NBA games.
2020 is set to be Zauntee’s biggest year so far, kicking it off performing in 42 arenas on the East coast of the US on the Winter Jam 2020 tour.