Toronto-based R&B singer Savannah Ré has recently dropped her second single entitled “Homies” – ahead of her highly anticipated upcoming debut EP “Opia.” On this hypnotic new track, Ré keeps it real and unfiltered with lyrics like “Don’t link me in the mornin, actin like we homies” on the hook as she sets it straight from the jump.
Written by Ré herself alongside Marcus Allen James, “Homies” was produced by Kyle Christopher, Ozzie and YogiTheProducer. The Toronto native gives us a sultry vibe vocally as she lays it out over smooth guitar. The new single follows Savannah Ré’s summer release “Where You Are” – the first listen from the forthcoming “Opia.”
“You know all my songs are based on a true story,“ Ré says in a statement. “‘Homies’ is an all too familiar situation-ship going through the motions. It’s about being in that ‘talking’ stage with your person and waking up the next morning and that person just acting like they the homie. Like nah there’s history here, we know each other. I think a lot of people can relate to those feelings.“
With Savannah’s first two singles getting us in our feels, we’re anxious to see what the Canadian singer has for us on her “Opia” EP – which is set to drop this Fall. We’ll be keeping Savannah Ré on our radar as she’s set to release her debut project and we’ll make sure to leave the Netflix still logged in.
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