Following his latest release “Bruce Lee” hitting 7,000 views in just 2 weeks, Zealot is returns with his new heartfelt track “Still Grinding”.

After the success of his single “Bruce Lee” – which has recieved almost 10,000 views on YouTube – Zealot is back better than ever before with his new release “Still Grinding” out June 3rd.

Despite being just 22 years old, Zealot presents himself as a wise soul. Through the combination of talent, life experiences and his self reflective style, he is able to effectively engage his audience. “Still Grinding” is no acception and the lyrics tell an emotional and relatable journey from start to finish. The track begins with a melodic instrumental complemented by soulful keys and modern trap rap style percussion. Zealot is a diverse artist who thrives on new musical challenges. He has a made music across multiple genres including: Rap, Grime, R&B, Drill, Hip-Hop and even House. This has enabled him to become a creative and well rounded artist who stands out from the crowd.

Growing up in a single parent household along
side his two sisters, Zealot is no stranger to struggle. His story reflects the hardship of many working class simple parent families. Zealot had his first guitar lesson at 11 years old and since then, has also learnt how to play piano. However throughout his early teens, he started experimenting with lyrics and became a massive fan of rap and uk grime music. After leaving school, Zealot then went to study music production at Preston’s College; where he graduated with a Level 3 Extended Diploma. Intent on making his dream a reality, he also began gigging around the north west of England.

In 2015, Zealot landed his biggest gig to date, supporting highly popular rapper Bugzy Malone in Liverpool. This resulted in numerous support slots, preceding artists such as Invasion Alert and Lunar C. In addition to live performances, Zealot has also competed in a dozen rap battles and grime clashes, featuring on platforms such as Dont Flop and Words Are Weapons.

In previous years, Zealot has been spending hours in the studio perfecting his craft. Capitalising on the momentum from his 2019 EP ‘The Flip Side’, he has already released two music videos, two freestyle videos and three audio tracks in 2020. Zealot aims to finish the year strong and if snippets across his social media are anything to go by, he certainly appears on target.