Conor Maynard debuts a new video for Drowning for his YouTube fans
He’s riding high in the charts and in the press right now, so British singer/songwriter Conor Maynard has rewarded his fanbase with a brand new video on YouTube for a track called Drowning.
In terms of the musical Richer Scale, Maynard has the teen appeal of Justin Bieber and the sweet falsetto of Timberlake. Plus, he’s working with Timberlake’s co-conspirators Ne-Yo and Pharrell Williams, which should be a sign of pop dominance. He recently revealed in a radio interview that Pharrell had been planning to sign him to his own label before discovering Conor was already signed.
Drowning is a different type of track to the funky electro-pop of Can’t Say No. The bedroom video sees Maynard in black and white and singing his angsty heart out. It’s a great track, and we’ve heard that it’ll be featured on Conor’s as-yet untitled album. Yes, the one he’s recording with Ne-Yo and Pharrell in Miami!