Zee & the Empties is a collective of musicians fronted by Zac Mcmillan. Not too long ago, they released a music video for their “Burnabarian” single.

Zee & The Empties – “Burnabarian”

“‘Burnabarian’ is a song about feeling lost and all the things that we turn to for release.” – Zee & The Empties

The J.P. Santa Maria-directed video finds Mcmillan walking up a suburban block while rapping. Also, during his performance, Nik Dagsvik-animation simultaneously appears to tell a pictorial version of what Mcmillan is rapping about. Also, the chemistry of those different elements works well to enhance the song’s visual presentation. 

‘Burnabarian’ contains a relatable storyline, mellow raps, and laidback instrumentation produced by Andrei “Sugar Jesus” Basirov. Also, the song tells a tale of a guy who’s living in motion inside the matrix.

Zee & The Empties – “Burnabarian”

Zee & The Empties – “Burnabarian” artwork

“My style is my personal interpretation of modern soul music.” – Zac Mcmillan

Zee & The Empties was formed in 2016. The group members include Zac Mcmillan, Andre Basirov, Nick Hobden, Sandy Buglass, and Kentya Kurban. Their style ranges from hip-hop to blues. Also, their music explores themes of internal growth, material gain, and cultural commentary. 

In conclusion, we recommend adding Zee & The Empties’ “Burnabarian” single to your personal playlist. Also, let us know how you feel about it in the comment section below.


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