Samarra Samone is an up-and-coming singer-songwriter from Arkansas. Not too long ago, she released an emotive R&B single, entitled, “No Fake Love,” produced by T-BLACK.
Samarra Samone – “No Fake Love” music video
“No fake love simply means to protect your peace, heart, mind, and spirit from all negative people and things. Taking a stand for what I will and will not allow in my life.” – Samarra Samone explained
‘No Fake Love’ contains a relatable narrative, soulful vocals, and tuneful melodies that will resonate well with anyone who doesn’t want to be loved in a fake way. The sultry tune possesses a bouncing guitar line, deep sub bass, and kick-heavy, swinging drum-laden instrumentation flavored with a melodic contemporary R&B vibration. Furthermore, “No Fake Love” serves as a savory appetizer to what listeners can expect to hear from Samarra Samone in the near future as she continues to release new music.
Samarra Samone – “No Fake Love” single
Samarra Samone has built a career as a songwriter writing for Marques Houston, Chrissy, and J Boog. Not too long ago, she started releasing her own music and is beginning to build a solid reputation as an artist.
Despite taking an approach of honing and shaping her sound, Samarra finds inspiration in the music of artists such as Lauryn Hill, Brandy, H.E.R., and Kierra Sheard to name a few. When it comes to motivation, Samarra looks to her family and those who have supported her journey through life. Her overall goal as an artist is to inspire others to heal from past/present hurt, to grow, and to become better both as a person and as an artist.
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