The Jamaica-born, New York-raised, Miami-based artist Raini Lofi continues to drop off classic after classic. This week, he gives us the highly anticipated “MUDDY”, assumingly from his upcoming project, “No Rain, No Flowers.’ “MUDDY” is a melodramatic tune that speaks about the ups and downs of being in love.
Things can get a little messy in relationships, as Raini sings, “There used to be love, now there’s puddles everywhere… Now it’s just muddy,” hence where the title is derived from. His latest release changes the pace and tone from “ASHLEY,” which dives into how materialism influences people and the relationships they choose to be in.
There’s not much information on when we may be getting ‘No Rain, No Flowers,’ but with “MUDDY” dropping, there are high hopes that we will see the album before the end of the month. Listen to “MUDDY” below, and check out Raini Lofi’s extensive discography here. Give him a follow on Instagram too, conveniently provided because we know you’re gonna love what you hear.