Nathalie Sade is a French and Zambian singer-songwriter based in London, England. Not too long ago, she released a lovely R&B tune, entitled, “Would You Love Me”.

Nathalie Sade – “Would You Love Me” single

‘Would You Love Me’ finds Nathalie Sade displaying her bilingual skills while serenading listeners. Also, she touches on issues such as trust and double standards.

Furthermore, the song tells an honest tale of a young woman who wants to know how her significant other feels about her. Therefore, she asks, “Would you love me if I had no money? Would you love me if I wasn’t who I said I was?” Also, “Would you love me if my enemies were coming for me? Would you ride for me?”

Nathalie Sade

Nathalie Sade press photo

Nathalie Sade has resided in as many as eight countries. She speaks four languages including French and Spanish, which are featured in her music.

Her “Would You Love Me” single contains a relatable storyline, ear-welcoming vocals, and tuneful melodies. Also, the likable tune possesses melodic instrumentation flavored with contemporary R&B, afrobeat, and reggaeton elements. Furthermore, “Would You Love Me” follows on the heels of Sade’s “My Ting” single.

“Would You Love Me” single

Nathalie Sade - “Would You Love Me” cover

 

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