Francesco Yates – “Come Over”

Francesco Yates Come Over

Scarborough’s own Francesco Yates is back with a brand new song, “Come Over”. The multi-instrumentalist is most well-known for his breakout hit single “Better to Be Loved,” which peaked in the top 5 at Canadian radio, his single “Call” which has been heard over 6 million times on Spotify alone, and his feature on the 3x platinum Robin Schulz smash “Sugar.”

This year Yates is leveling up, not only did he write, perform and co-produce “Come Over” , but he’s been personally selected by Justin Timberlake to open for him on the Canadian leg of his North American tour.

Yates has spent the last year writing, recording, and producing new music. Of the decision to create his music so independently, Yates says “In the past, I worked with a lot of different artists and producers. This album is a combination of my growth and artistry. It represents 100% of me, and I’m eager to share it with the world.”

Listen to the track below:

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