Over a year ago, Nigerian born, UK resident and self-proclaimed Nu-pop artist, Rubee Rayne dropped her infectious, sultry "Breathe." It started to slowly buzz and ended up on 1XTRA, Radio1 and a number of other sites over the next few months. Thanks to the success of "Breathe," Rayne linked up with UK-based producer Utters (Drake, Raleigh Ritchie, etc.) for her latest track, "DSYLM (Don't Say You Love Me)." The woozy, trap-infused production and Rayne's dissonant, soft vocals are on high here, especially throughout the chorus of, "Don't say you love me cause this high ain't real enough/Don't say you love me cause these lights won't hold you down." Today, we're premiering the official video for her hit single above.
Since the track's release, Rayne graduated from law school and is currently working with producers like Fred Cox (Joel Compass, Kwabs, Wretch32), Paper Diamond and Soulection's IAMNOBODI. Her debut EP, Puparium, is in the works, along with a DSYLM official remix pack. Grab the single on iTunes now, too.