Currently residing in Manchester, Dámì Sule is a rising artist of Nigerian descent. His music—a seamless combination of hip-hop, R&B and soul, with Afro-inspired melodies—first caught our attention when he released his EP, Crayons, last September, and now he's sharing visuals for the dreamy title track. Here, Dámì's soul vocals are distinct and uniquely earthy—and he utilises it to ride the smooth harp synths, and share tales of seeking true love. "'Crayons' is all about the chase and desire for love," he explains. "It tries to play on the idea that a perfect picture can be created, a picture that makes you more desirable. In essence, 'Crayons' shows that love has depth and does not rely on the superficial attraction."