Cannon is a 21-year-old indie artist from South Carolina. Not too long ago, he released an affectionate tune, entitled, “Water Glass”.

Cannon – “Water Glass”

“Monday you my coffee and Tuesday you my wine. And Wednesday up to Friday you the drink I need at five. Saturday, a chaser, ’cause I overdo it bad. And Sunday morning you my water glass.” – lyrics

‘Water Glass’ glass tells an adoring tale of a guy who cherishes being in a relationship with his significant other.

The affectionate tune contains a relatable storyline, harmonious vocals, and sharp lyricism.

Also, the song possesses vibey instrumentation flavored with hip-hop, indie-pop, and hip-hop elements.

“Water Glass” single

Cannon – “Water Glass” artwork by @spaldingbarros

Artwork by @spaldingbarros

Cannon attends school in Boston and records and performs in New York City when he can.

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