Since making his move to L.A. last year, singer-songwriter Punk Adams has enhanced his brand and sound, ready to carve his own lane. The Brooklyn native is stepping back into the spotlight more prepared than ever. With a broad musical taste and the top influences of Frank Ocean, Brooklyn’s own Biggie Smalls and the late great Michael Jackson; it’s hard to place Punk into just one specific box.
His new single and visual combo, “Yesterday,” opens as a ‘trap soul confession’ about being emotionally distressed when in need of that one person who never comes through in time. His nostalgic vibes blend old and modern day R&B; Punk’s catchy lyrics gives us something to sip to as well as reflect on.
In the visual for “Yesterday,” Punk Adams captures the emotions that we feel on days when we’re really going through it. He even takes it up a notch with scenes on the infamous ‘suicide bridge’ in Pasadena, California, displaying the dark places we sometimes visit in moments of sadness, anger, frustration or depression.
Check out the visual to ‘Yesterday’ below: