Instead of the sassy Lili, we get a softer version of the singer who polite asks for forgiveness for simply being a passionate woman in love whoâs made some mistakes.
âI Donât Want You No Moreâ has the singer fed up with the games as her and her band jam out while she reenacts the messy domestic spat.
The clip mirrors the vintage-ness of the tune as she sings about her fancies of a guy named Tommy, who appears throughout the clip with his smooth Steve Urkel-esque swag. Will Liliâs catch his eye?
The âSongstress Of Soultrapâ has linked up with The Jeff Gibbs Quartet for a cover of Disclosureâs âLatch,â jazzing it up with live instrumentation as a nod to Blue Note Records’ legendary jazz sessions..
Lili K found bubbling Chicago producer Thelonious Martin for a Jill Scott influenced storytelling style of what became “Come In.”