Written by Rahoul Naik
Delivering an introspective insight into both her characteristics and personality, Cherri V delves into a self-aware mindset in her new single, Leave Me Be.
Cherri is at ease not he record as her voice explores her depth and soul as a songstress. Jazz elements fuse with psychedelic rifts giving the record a dreamlike warmth. There is a rich display of emotion and musical understanding that radiates from the single, capturing frustration and the need to be free, something many of us can relate to. These factors seems to be an on-going theme behind the upcoming album, Brown Eyed Soul.
Set to be Cherri V’s most honest and personal release to date, the album is an exploration of the flavours, sounds and autobiographical accounts that has led her to her current place in music. Her journey has naturally led her to mature as a woman, singer and songwriter, providing compelling and dynamic content that she is confident to portray and present on her own terms.
Produced by Joey Stickz, Cherri has also enlisted the talents of Nolay for a spicy remix which is set to drop in the coming weeks.
The visuals for Leave Me Be captures an intimate yet fierce side to Cherri as she sports an array of different looks within the video, ranging from chic black and white opening to a more geocentric style, where she is draped in vibrant jewellery.
Directed by Asylum 33, the video oozes a sense of liberation as Cherri is able to channel her creativity with an artistic direction to the video.
Check it out below.