He effortlessly swerves between gentle synth-heavy grooves, twinkling melodies, hazy vocals with a funky twist and sometimes also puts forth a punk-rap hybrid that is unmatched.
Everyone who gets the chance to see Zion playing a live performance or takes part in his creative process, witnesses boundless energy and gets uplifted by his positive aura.
His upcoming EP “Don’t Freak Out But Remember To Play” will be the first full produced album in his catalogue following his self titled debut Franco’s Pain, which contained songs like Pane and Popcorn Boy. Franco’s Pain’s sophomore Lo-fi mixtape Donny Davinco's Villa Bathroom was released in 2019 and gave us a glimpse more into Franco’s pain and reflected Zion’s growth as an artist in terms of sound, features, and length. Tracks like In the Ocean and Icey Blue Bottom Shoes are crowd-favorites and leave people excited for what’s coming next.