Play this Preston Pablo record ‘Ay Ay Ay’ more than once

Photo: Courtesy of the publicist
Photo: Courtesy of the publicist

Earlier in the month, Canadian singer-songwriter Preston Pablo released a catchy record titled ‘Ay Ay Ay’. Starting the song with lyrics that make it clear he doesn’t want to be bothered this weekend with phone calls; he is on a ceiling level high that he can’t come down from. The catchy track, produced by Banx and Ranx, has an explosive and airy chorus that pulls the listener when he says, “still dripping on them”. Listen to the song inspired by a fantastical world built around the artist’s “wildest dreams” below. He described it as a “materialistic idea of success being manifested through a song.”


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