ION creates dreamy soundscapes with his new track ‘Xeno’

"I use the word 'Xeno' in this song as a metaphorical expression for our individual quirks"
14 July 2023

ION, aka Jon Sadiku from London, is an up-and-coming talent with roots in Kosovo. His music is all about being creative and exploring unique themes. It combines smart lyrics with dreamy soundscapes which are carefully designed to flow smoothly.

The indie-trap artist, has just dropped his exciting new track called Xeno. This track is a super chill alternative tune that really shows off his vocal and lyrical skills. The production is on point too, with a mix of soothing synthesis and some genre-bending elements that’ll keep you hooked.

Xeno has got some seriously catchy melodies and cool hip-hop vibes. It’s sure to grab the attention of indie and rap fans alike with its unique flow and super groovy beats.

His creativity flows naturally and his production skills are on point. The way he adds intricate instrumentation to his music takes it to a whole new level of awesomeness.

ION reveals: “I use the word ‘Xeno’ in this song as a metaphorical expression for our individual quirks. We each have our own ‘out of this world’ ways of perceiving, behaving, and living. And whilst people may question (as I sometimes do) whether the way they are is normal or not, I believe that everyone should be proud of their peculiarities because they are YOUR ways of doing! They make YOU who YOU are and there is no right or wrong in that! ‘Xeno’ thus elaborates on this sentiment, where I talk about my own gradual acceptance with my ways.”

ION spent a lot of his childhood chilling in the mountains of Kosovo. The pure environment played a significant role in shaping his unique artistic style and abstract thinking.

He gets inspired by even the tiniest things every day and creates music simply because he absolutely loves it as a legitimate art form. Among his current musical influences, we find cool artists such as JPEGMAFIA and LUCKI.

ION is a dynamic and emerging talent with great potential for the future.

Photo by Akeel Karim | Cover Art by Jon Sadiku