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Brum3h’s Emotional New Single, “You Don’t Want Me,” Captures the Frustration of Modern-day Dating

Brum3h’s Emotional New Single, “You Don’t Want Me,” Captures the Frustration of Modern-day Dating

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The track was produced by Brum3h and co-produced by Txmpl, adding an extra layer of depth to the overall sound.

By Hope Ibiale

Nigeria-based singer-songwriter, and producer, Brum3h explores the complexities of modern-day dating and relationships on his latest single, You Don’t Want Me.” While speaking about the inspiration behind the song, Brum3h said, “You Don’t Want Me is what happens when people decide that you’re too much for them, that they can’t handle all of you. This was my experience and why I wrote the song.”

At its core, “You Don’t Want Me” speaks to the experience of loving someone who doesn’t love you back. Brum3h draws on his personal experience to capture the frustration and angst caused by the uncertainty of the circumstances. He desperately tries to win over his love interest, who is aware of their chemistry, but is too scared of intimacy to commit fully.

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The song highlights the universal experience of both lovers grasping for what they want but being unable to have it, leaving them both feeling frustrated and confused.

Brum3h’s unique sound and style are on full display in “You Don’t Want Me,” with hypnotic beats and a melody that will stay with you long after the song ends. The track was produced by Brum3h and co-produced by Txmpl, adding an extra layer of depth to the overall sound. With his first solo release of the year, Brum3h invites you for the relatable theme, but his poignant lyrics and delivery will make your stay worthwhile.

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Brumeh Oghenekoro is an independent RnB artist who fuses Nigerian sounds to produce memorable and timeless music. The Abuja-born singer quotes artistes like Frank Ocean, Asa, Mali music Coldplay, Tay Iwar, and Draughty among his musical influences, and says that music for him is a form of therapy and expression, “It’s where I find resolution with whatever is going on in my life.”

Other songs in Brum3h’s discography include “White Collar Man,” “Iyanu (Twenty Somethin’),” “Criminal,” and many others.

“You Don’t Want Me” is now available on all major music platforms, and Brum3h invites fans to experience the heart and soul of this emotional track.

Listen to the song here.

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