Zenesoul press photo wearing loopy earrings (close up)
Photo by @barontheking

Zenesoul releases a lovely R&B tune, entitled, “That Love”

Zenesoul (zen-soul) is a Toronto-based singer-songwriter from Nigeria. Not too long ago, she released a lovely R&B tune, entitled, “That Love,” produced by Larumadeit.

Zenesoul – “That Love” single

“Ain’t settling for less, I know I’m worthy of the best love. Yes, love, ain’t said that I need perfect, just somebody I can f*** with, yes. Someone that is worth it, someone I can please, someone on my team. Someone I can see, someone that is real.” – lyrics

‘That Love’ tells an honest tale about a young woman who is in search of real love. Apparently, she wants someone with whom she can build a healthy relationship. Someone who can give her that good love that’s patient, kind, and compassionate. Later, she admits that she will never settle until she finds that love because she knows she deserves it and it exists somewhere out there.

‘That Love’ contains a love-based narrative, ear-pleasing vocals, and tuneful melodies that will resonate well with fans of QUIÑ, Joycie, and Ainjo. The likable tune possesses melodic instrumentation flavored with a warm contemporary R&B aroma. Furthermore, “That Love” serves as a wonderful presentation of what listeners can expect to hear from Zenesoul in the near future.

“Ain’t said I ain’t a mess, but I’m still worthy of the best love.”

Zenesoul press photo wearing loopy earrings
Photo by @barontheking

“In the lyrics of ‘That Love,’ I explain I’m no longer settling for an inferior love anymore. I will only love someone that loves me the same way and, since I’m not perfect, their love doesn’t need to be either. It just needs to be true. When I first heard the beat from my producer, Larumadeit, I instantly thought of that nostalgic type of love people had in the past. Think ‘90s Black love culture found in movies, family TV shows, and R&B music of the time. And this is how I usually write. Not with pen and paper, but with hearing the music, getting a theme or a vibe in mind, and then singing melodies and lyrics to expand it into a song.” – Zenesoul explained

Zenesoul (Angie Akhinagba) released her debut EP, “Worth,” in 2019. Since then, she has released several singles (“Love and Be Loved,” “Sunday,” “I Will Not Be Silenced”) and a full-length project, entitled, “Coffee.”

“Coffee” album

Zenesoul - “Coffee” album cover art

“My previous project, ‘Coffee,’ took listeners through my tribulations with toxic love. Since then, I’d made a pact to only search for the best love, so the song became a manifestation of the love I wanted in my life after such hard times dealing with it in the past.” – Zenesoul explained

To date, Zenesoul has accumulated a total of 875,000 streams online across various platforms. Also, she has performed at the This is Brampton: NXNE music festival, and garnered multiple features across playlists, blogs, and podcasts.

“That Love” single

Zenesoul - “That Love” single cover art

We recommend adding Zenesoul’s “That Love” single to your favorite playlist. Also, let us know how you feel in the comment section below. Mel Blanc’s famous catchphrase, “That’s All Folks!” Thanks for reading another great article on Bong Mines Entertainment, and always remember that (P) Positive, (E) Energy, (A) Always, (C) Creates, (E) Elevation (P.E.A.C.E).

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