Ley Vara is an up-and-coming singer-songwriter based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Not too long ago, she released a lovely cinematic audiovisual for her “Red Flag” single.
Ley Vara – “Red Flag” music video
“We went from lying in my bed to lying straight up to my face.Avoiding confrontation when you know that’s not your place.I know you got them other girls sending pictures to your phone. When you said that you was out here, but you brought them to our home.So now that you’ve confessed to all the sh*t that I brought up.I got you at your knees telling me that I’m the one.But sorry doesn’t fill the grave that you dug for yourself.And I don’t have the patience, boy, go lie to someone else.” — lyrics
‘Red Flag’ emphasizes the fact that even though we might feel that we are in love with someone, we might miss the warning signs of a person not being good enough for us. The lyrical styling of the song showcases a fight with oneself to realize how one partner might not be the one for you.
The Sadia Malik-directed music video highlights a young couple who is constantly fighting with one another. The visuals reflect on the mixed feelings they feel about each other. Later, the woman in the relationship gains a sense of empowerment when she acknowledges that what they have built is now tainted. Therefore, she walks away from the person she loves dearly.
“You said you loved me but didn’t mean it.”
Ley Vara knows how it feels to be cheated on. After experiencing that heartbreaking pain, she utilized those feelings and turned them into a song. Her hope is for listeners to learn from the mistakes she has experienced first-hand. Also, she wants listeners to understand that it is perfectly acceptable to walk away from any relationship (romantic or platonic) that no longer seeks growth or positive change.
“Red Flag” finds Vara inspiring that feeling of empowerment within her listeners by giving them a voice in a toxic relationship. The heartfelt tale is about a young woman who experiences heartbreak after being cheated on by her significant other. Apparently, there were certain red flags (ex., lies) that she overlooked because she was deeply in love with her partner.
“Red Flag” single
‘Red Flag’ contains a relationship-based narrative, ear-welcoming vocals, and tuneful melodies. Also, the likable tune possesses melodic instrumentation flavored with a contemporary R&B aroma. Furthermore, “Red Flag” serves as a wonderful presentation of what listeners can expect to hear from Ley Vara in the near future.
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