Khalid has been a busy boy over the past few months, with a few collaborations under his belt and his single "Skyline" from this past April. It seems that the singer has even more in store for us, and he's leading it off with his newest single "Satellite."
"Satellite" returns Khalid to a romantic state as he discusses his connection with a special someone over a pulsing, slightly twangy groove. The verses of the song seem to hint that there's some sort of static that's keeping a distance between the two. The chorus, however, lets us know that there will always be something between them.
"La, da-da / We're walking on a line / A line that leads me straight, straight, straight to you," he sings. "You're like a satellite / Crossing through my mind / It always leads me straight, straight, straight to you."
The song's video takes things to outer space as we watch him sit among the stars as he transmits his signal back to earth. That's not all he's doing, though, as he also breaks out the choreography again. With a huge smile on his face, he busts more than a few moves while bringing more of his personality to the forefront.
When Khalid released "Skyline," it came with rumors that it was the lead single from a forthcoming album from the singer. Could "Satellite" mean that the album is coming sooner rather than later? That's for Khalid to confirm. While we wait on that, stream "Satellite" below and then tuck into the song's impressive visuals.