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Zoe Ko Serves On New Single And Music Video, “EAT”

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Zoe Ko, the New York City native and recent Big Loud Rock signee, is back with “EAT,” a follow-up A-Side to her March-released track “DIRT.”

Having written the recent releases with Jonny Shorr after moving from New York City to Los Angeles, the artist says, “It was a culture shock to say the least. I missed my best friends and our crazy nights out, and the shameless confidence the city infused into me.”

She continues, “My friends and I would always use some variation of the word ‘eat’ as slang. Like after a wild girls’ night out we might say, ‘We totally ate tonight!’ I wanted to write a song about going out, getting crazy, and dancing all night. I hope this song ends up on every hot girl dance playlist out there.”

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We are definitely already playing this nonstop on our “hot girl walk” playlists, with fun lyrics including, “Second course/Make a mess of things/Drag my girls and strut the street/Like cold hot killers/Serving dinner/Drop men like accessories.”

In the new music video for “EAT,” Ko dines in glam-rock style. Check out the new track and accompanying music video below.

“In the video, I’ve had enough stuffiness and decide to bring some energy to the party. I end up crawling on the table and starting a food fight. Eventually, you see the guests decide to let loose,” the artist says.

Ko continues, “2024 is the year of serving, giving, and working, but not in the w-o-r-k way and more the w-e-r-k way, the hot way. Like when a baddie walks by you on the street and your jaw drops kind of way. Confidence is in. Strutting is in. Being the hottest most powerful bad-ass version of yourself is in. Not giving a single f*ck about what others think is in. EATING is in.”

Prepare to be served, because this is just the beginning for the rising star.

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