R&B singer/songwriter Sonta, drops sultry visuals to accompany the release of her latest single, “Selfish.”
Often times in a relationship, being selfish can be considered negative or possessive – but it’s not always bad. Communicating one’s wants, desires, needs and true feelings can actually be quite beneficial, especially when the feelings are mutual. Sonta explores all of the emotions that come along with wanting someone all to yourself on “Selfish.”
Donned the queen of R&D “rhythm and drill”, “Selfish” is just a straight-up feel-good slow jam that hits hard. The hard-hitting bass and powerful piano chords are a perfect complement to her soulful voice, that is reminiscent of many of her early musical influences: Mary J. Blige, Jagged Edge, Lauryn Hill and more.
Visually, Sonta gives us a mix of old-school and new-school visuals of her hometown Chicago. The scenes brilliantly transition from the breathtaking skyline and colorful high rises to black and white old-school jazz club vibes.
Check out the video for “Selfish” below. It is available for streaming and download on all platforms now.