“Look At Me tells the story of how we can depend on love and faith. My music is created with and by love and I can’t wait to share it with the world”. – Arrow Benjamin

It takes a lot to go toe-to-toe with Beyoncé. There aren’t many vocalists, whether fellow A-listers or ambitious shooting stars, who would have the vocal chops – the guts – to duet with Queen Bey.

It’s a big ask, too, to follow in the footsteps of Sam Smith and Emeli Sandé, and take the reins on a tune from one of the hottest producers in the world. To be front-and-centre on a single that, within one month of being released, has had 25 million YouTube views, is #1 on the UK airplay chart and has been #1 on iTunes in 23 countries.