Bazzi has released his latest track I Don't Think I'm Okay, and it's a powerful look at mental health, and how it's important to be honest when you're feeling down - not just when you're feeling good.
The track comes from his upcoming project, which is also set to feature the previously released I Got You, Renee's Song and Young & Alive.
Bazzi also released an open letter to fans to coincide with the release of I Don't Think I'm Okay, saying "I made this song 8 months ago in a cabin in Big Bear, California. At that time, I was going through the lowest yet introspective time of my life."
You can read the full open letter below - it's refreshing to see an artist willing to be so open about their emotions, rather than trying to put on a facade for the world.
The track is accompanied by a video directed by Alex Nazari, and it's a video tinged with the exact sort of melancholy that comes with having a down period, mental health-wise.
Check out I Don't Think I'm Okay below - it's a beautiful track with a very important message.
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