LA’DY, an exciting new R&B band, have burst onto the music scene with their debut single, “Love Me Down”. Released through B.O.E. Records/Dare Records, this midtempo groove showcases the group’s sultry sound and undeniable chemistry.
Co-produced by the renowned Harmony Samuels, known for his work with industry heavyweights like Janet Jackson, Fantasia and Ariana Grande, along with Edgar “JV” Etienne, “Love Me Down” wastes no time in delivering a passionate and intimate message. The lyrics delve straight into the intense encounters between partners, creating an enticing atmosphere.
Vocalist Ashley Kimbrae takes the spotlight, delivering a brilliant performance throughout the song. In the enticing chorus, she croons, “Let’s just take our places / I’m not meant to chase it / It’s just human nature / When I let you love me down”. Kimbrae’s voice oozes sensuality, perfectly complementing the song’s thematic content.
LA’DY’s joint statement expresses their excitement for the release of “Love Me Down” and their gratitude to Dare Records for believing in their talent. This single serves as a tantalising glimpse into what promises to be a remarkable journey for the band. With their upcoming EP, for which Samuels also acts as the executive producer, on the horizon, LA’DY is poised to make a lasting impact on the R&B scene.
The chemistry among the band members is palpable in “Love Me Down”, creating a cohesive musical experience. The instrumentation, helmed by Kris Callazo on keys, Zuri Appleby on bass, Michel’Le Baptiste on drums and Ari O’Neal on guitar, adds depth and texture to the track, complementing Kimbrae’s vocals flawlessly.
As a newly formed band in 2019, LA’DY demonstrates immense potential with their debut single. They bring a fresh perspective to the R&B genre as an all-black female band, who are ready to make their mark in the industry and redefine the boundaries of contemporary R&B music. Their unique formation, combined with the undeniable passion showcased in “Love Me Down”, positions LA’DY as a group to watch closely in the coming months.