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Music / April 15, 2021

Watch Terry Presume’s nostalgic visuals for ‘Did Me Wrong’

Music / April 15, 2021

Watch Terry Presume’s nostalgic visuals for ‘Did Me Wrong’

Words: Dylan Murphy

Watch the new video from the Nashville-based up-and-comer.

Providing a vivid vignette into his own heartbreak, Terry Presume has introduced himself as a genre-agnostic storyteller with an ear for melody on his new single ‘Did Me Wrong’.

Born in Naples Florida, the singer and producer grew up on a diet of Haitian Kompa music and hip hop and by the age of eight, he was writing poems of his own. The years of honing his craft resulted in a sound that meanders between the pop-leaning tendencies of Dominic Fike and the bounce of Anderson .Paak.

The video for ‘Did Me Wrong’ sees the Nashville-based artist hopscotch between Andre 3000-esque wordplay and folk-tinted croons as he laments a foregone relationship.

Speaking on the track, Terry said, “I give everybody a chance, if you mess that up there will never be another.”

Watch the video for ‘Did Me Wrong’ below: