Premiere: Baltimore artist Antoine Bishop shares short love song ‘My Loves Easy’ about unwavering commitment

Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Never one for long-drawn-out compositions or uninteresting storylines, Baltimore-based artist Antoine Bishop returns with the type of love song, only he can make. Commenting on the fullness one experiences when they find a soulmate, he asks, “You ever had something so sweet, that it don’t even feel real? Somebody pinch me.”

Assuring the love of his life that he wants to her to be in his life, he says “If it ain’t clear, I’m trying to see you next year”. Is there love easier than that? Who wouldn’t a lover that is transparent and communicative? To me, Antoine Bishop is on his DJ Khaled tip, not allowing any other godforsaken creature to get in the way of his happiness. “You ain’t gotta worry about them faces. My loves easy.”

Your life and perspectives are different when you’ve found someone who completes your soul, making the holes and gaps you felt with others seem non-existent. It’s the sweetest form of adoration in this world. Hear the wonderfully-crafted jazzy Hip-Hop production below.

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