Zero Gravity is an effort that pushes pop music into a bold new direction. While there is a strong, sensual set of vocals that sits at the front of the track, the backing instrumentation is considerably beyond what is typically present. Ebbing and flowing, this synth-infused composition is part Linkin Park, part Avicii, and is punctuated quite nicely through a set of lightly-distorted vocals. Taken together, these disparate elements combine to make one of the most engrossing tracks we’ve heard so far this year. KC is able to end Zero Gravity before the three-minute mark, permanently changing the expectations that listeners should have about pop.