Originally created for a collaboration with a pop artist, Titose merges the worlds of pop & R&B seamlessly balancing the playful side of pop music with the reflective and vulnerable side of R&B.
“I’ll Never” is very emotional in lyrics and theme as it’s verbatim telling a love interest you don’t think you’ll ever be able to find someone like them, which is so hard to do these days with people always guarding their affections for each other.
“I often think of the term “no crying in the club” and ‘I’ll Never’ for me is a way for me to get away with no crying in the club because of its rhythmic tempo and sound,” shares Titose.
She adds: “The production was inspired by the dancehall scene, specifically mid-90s Dancehall. We were trying to go for something rhythmic but still maintain our theme of storytelling through catchy melodic flows.”
Having been brought up on artists such as Amy Winehouse and Erykah Badu, Titose’s music is heavily influenced by R&B, neo-soul and jazz. Her music is raw, relatable and vulnerable, giving a reflection of her life, values and experiences. It is centered around love, growth, healing and self-love.