Rising R&B talent, Jon Vinyl, is giving us every reason to believe he's destined for big things. While he may only have a few songs to his credit, the 21-year-old has already made major noise with smooth singles like "Nostalgia" and "Star-Crossed" -- if you don't already have those saved to your library, go ahead and do that now.
These releases, along with a massive co-sign from pal Shawn Mendes, have propped up Jon as one of the most exciting new talents from his hometown of Toronto. Now with label interest, international support, and industry buzz, it's safe to assume that Jon isn't planning to slow down anytime soon.
Today, Jon looks to keep up this torrid pace with brand new visuals for his latest offering "Addicted". Pulling from childhood idols like Luther Vandross, Jodeci, and Maxwell, Jon delivers a traditional downtempo bop primed for slow dances in the dark and steamy summer nights. The video, directed by Relta, shows the singer pleading with a lover to stay and give him the attention he so craves, as the two pace around an empty, neon-lit nightclub. All of this palpable tension builds up to the artist gracing the stage for one final number.
You can check out the full video for "Addicted" above via YouTube. The track, produced by DZL and Jordon Manswell, is out now on all major streaming platforms, and you can add it to your rotation below via Spotify and Apple Music.