Berlin-based Canadian artist Sway Clarke explores his relationship with depression and anxiety wearing a sad Kanye face in his new video “Sad Kanye.” It’s humorous, but dark at the same time as Sway takes us through the subtle, unnoticeable symptoms of depression we often overlook. Despite the heavy subject, you can’t help but laugh at the iconic sad face:
“‘Sad Kanye’ is a song about dealing with depression, something I’ve been struggling low key with my whole life. I was finally ready to admit it to my family and friends, but I guess I need a funny way to curb it.” shared Sway.
Keep an eye on Sway for more dark humor and innovative production.
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