Rising R&B group FLO has returned with a brand new single titled “Not My Job.”
Produced by MNEK and Tré Jean-Marie, “Not My Job” is an anthem that reinforces the significance of setting boundaries, particularly in relationships. In some situations, it may be simple to get misplaced in like to the purpose the place one companion is carrying the majority of emotional labor.
They sing on the refrain: “It’s not my job / To make you’re feeling snug / ‘Trigger to begin with, child / It’s not my job / When you ain’t bein’ weak / That claims all of it for me / It’s not my job / To make you’re feeling like the person / Boy, you might want to cease / It’s not my job / To make you one thing you aren’t.”
Talking on their new single, FLO says, “We’re obsessive about ‘Not My Job’ and really feel like each single day we are saying ‘it’s not my job’ to somebody. Everybody solves points different folks have created, whether or not it’s in a romantic relationship, household drama or at work, and generally you simply gotta say, ‘It’s actually not my job.’”
Additionally they revealed Kelly Rowland stopped by their studio session in Los Angeles, California, the place they have been tweaking the file. “It was fairly cool that Kelly Rowland got here into our session after we have been placing the ending touches on our vocals with MNEK in LA. She is aware of the job!,” shares FLO.
“Not My Job” arrives simply two months after FLO launched their debut EP, The Lead. The catchy bop serves as a bonus monitor for the challenge, which incorporates their viral tune “Cardboard Field” and the liberating “Summertime.”
“We’re very happy with [The Lead],” FLO’s Stella informed Rated R&B in an interview. “It encapsulates us being collectively, being sturdy and getting by something. I feel that’s a superb message we prefer to put out for the individuals who pay attention.”
On Oct. 18, FLO will heat up the stage at Mahalia‘s headlining present at Moth Membership within the U.Okay, which bought out in underneath 20 minutes.
Hearken to FLO’s new music “Not My Job” beneath.