A glimpse into the producer's debut album.
Here, Zora's processed vocals filter through like a ballad or R&B hook sung in a language still undiscovered. Zora's distinctive production toolkit and alien-like motifs form such a vital part of her artistry that fans have come to expect certain sounds and textures from her. On "Paranoid," she delivers these in abundance. The hi-def elements don't steal the limelight, yet they make sense, what with Zora's aim to "encompass the full spectrum of [her] emotions" across the record. Meaning that "Paranoid," perhaps, is a tune devoted to showcasing a more intimate side of Zora and her work. The album format clearly offers more room and scope for her to communicate in ways that extend beyond the dance floor, meaning she can touch on themes and ideas previously unexplored.