New York City’s Times Square, known as the “crossroads of the worlds,” has recently been adorned with a new advertisement for a track by Grammy-winning Kazakhstani musician Imanbek Zeikenov, who performs under the name Imanbek. The advertisement features the latest collaboration between Imanbek and American singer Trevor Daniel, titled “In The Morning.”
The advertisement, which was displayed on a large screen, offered viewers the chance to experience the bustling energy of Times Square while listening to Imanbek’s latest hit. In response, Imanbek expressed his gratitude to the two recording studios that made the advertisement possible.
According to music critics, “In The Morning” is a blend of emo hip-hop, deep house, and trap, creating a unique sound that is distinctively Imanbek. The track showcases Trevor Daniel’s impressive vocal range while featuring Imanbek’s signature electronic beats, making it a must-listen for fans of both artists.
Imanbek’s rise to fame has been meteoric, with the 20-year-old musician gaining international recognition after winning a Grammy Award in 2021 for his remix of SAINt JHN’s “Roses.” The remix became a viral sensation on TikTok, propelling Imanbek to the forefront of the music industry.
Since then, Imanbek has collaborated with numerous international artists, including Marshmello, Usher, and Sean Paul, and has released several successful tracks, including “Goodbye” with Goodboys and “Kill Me Better” with Canadian singer-songwriter Trevor Daniel.
In an interview with The Times, Imanbek discussed his creative process and inspiration, citing his experiences growing up in Kazakhstan and his passion for electronic music. “I’ve always been drawn to electronic music because of the infinite possibilities it offers,” he said. “It’s a genre that allows you to experiment and create something completely new.”
Imanbek’s unique sound has resonated with music fans worldwide, making him one of the most sought-after musicians in the industry. With “In The Morning” now playing in Times Square, it’s clear that Imanbek’s star will only continue to rise.