Zarion Uti is set up to end the year on a great note.
The singer has stayed adequately consistent with his music this year to keep us listening with his singles Rebel, Ayé (featuring Psycho YP) and Finito (featuring AYLØ), the singer has done enough to keep his presence tangible throughout this year.
On Wednesday, Zarion Uti came out with his latest titled You, produced by Chillz. The song has Zarion giving his crush undivided attention and showing an equally intense desire to meet her with lyrics If Uber no dey work/Make we call Taxify.
The song is a catchy one with just enough feel-good to lift your spirit.
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