If you like Hip hop and R&B, check out Shaun Milli’s latest track. “Love Me” may be listened to and seen on YouTube:
The song opens with a nice piano entrance, then Shaun Milli’s “I ain’t got that much time left” proves he was destined to sing. His voice has a lot of vigor, yet it’s not overbearing.
He hits the higher notes smoothly, especially in the opening stanza when he sings “I suppose I should shift to the left”. As soon as he sings “Love me,” it’s evident this musician has created a timeless work of art that elevates him beyond most other artists in today’s music business.
I think the world is ready for such a wonderful singer and lyricist.
Not only are Shaun’s vocals excellent, but so are the piano melody, drums, bass, and electric guitar. Great mixing and mastering.
Roy Made It made this tune (who just produced Yk Osiris’s new single called Be, My Girl, with Polow Da Don). In a world of poisonous and shallow music.
A daily song like this is refreshing. The song is fantastic, and the music video is too (see above).
It’s fantastic to see a video and music like this that are old-school and take us back to a period when a guy tried to win over a lady by pleasing her and not treating her like garbage. Shaun Milli has flair and sophistication that other artists envy.
This artist takes you on a trip you didn’t realize you needed. Shaun Millie will soon replace other Shaun artists, I’m sure. I can only encourage you to listen to Shaun Millie’s new single “Love Me” and follow him on social media. The official links: