Coming off back-to-back collaborations with Geo
Wellington on well-received songs ‘Tik Tok’ and
Yenko’, London-based Ghanaian artist, Young Rob
delivers yet another smooth-sounding song by
name ‘I Need Your Love’.
Struck by love at first sight, Young Rob flaunts his
sweet side on the 2-minute-long song. He’s way past
the infatuation phase and eagerly expresses his
desire to win over the loving of a beautiful
woman he can’t get enough of.
As expected, the ‘Got That’ crooner brings his A-game;
delivering fresh lyrics and vocals fit for the agenda.
To further spice things up, he features talented Jazz,
RnB and Afrobeat saxophonist, Joko Magic, who’s mastery
over the brass instrument adds a layer of depth to the
song’s feel. The virtuoso lays in an intense solo akin
to her performances at famed events like the Montreux
Jazz Festival Glastonbury and Jazzwerkstatt - a
true beauty to behold.
‘I Need Your Love’ was produced by one of Ghana’s
budding producers, Samuel G, with its mixing and
mastering done by Yann Gabriel and 2 Kings
Entertainment Studios respectively.
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