Electropop artist Emily Zeck starts the summer off right with the release of her official video for “Two Cents (Ice Cream Song).” The video sees Emily enjoying some Arctic Zero frozen dessert, surfing, and enjoying the LA summer nights. The Gazzo-produced track premiered on PopDust, who called it “a sunny and bombastic music video.” You can watch the video for “Two Cents (Ice CreamSong)” here.
Zeck’s summer anthem first garnered attention around the single release in late May. PopCrush premiered the track, calling it “a tsunami of sweet and sticky beats.” The shimmering track sees Emily diving into the electro-pop realm, embracing the summer- inspired beats that so perfectly reflect her vibrant personality.The track highlights Emily’s lilting, charming voice as it rolls effortlessly over the upbeat, driving synth lines. The single subsequently received attention from revered tastemakers, such as Suicide Sheep, CloudKid, iEDM, The Vibe Guide, Kick Kick Snare, and more.
Emily gained recognition as an artist for her recent singles “Pacific Blue” and “Stardust (Forever Young).” The 21-year old singer/songwriter and Florida native turned LA resident reached over 2.8 million streams on her single “Pacific Blue”, from her debut EP Good Vibe Tribe. Her last single “Stardust (Forever Young)” saw Emily team up with producer Gazzo to take her music in a new direction, combining electronic elements with her trademark tropical and beach vibes. Emily has made a name for herself as “That Pineapple Girl” on Instagram, posting pictures showcasing her love of the beach, surfing, and of course, pineapples. She’s been featured as one to watch by People Magazine, and her music has been added to the Starbucks global network and several top Spotify playlists.