Song of the Day: ‘Girl Code’ by Muva Dame

Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Name: Muva Dame
Representing: Jamaica, Queens
Genre: Contemporary R&B
For fans of: Summer Walker, Mary J Blige
Song from: N/A
Produced by: N/A
Song of the Day: January 3, 2020
Label(s): DameHouse Recordings

Photo: Courtesy of the artist

On a production popular in the nineties, Atlanta-based singer Muva Dame sings about having her heartbroken, what it looks like when she loves someone and the betrayal of her trust. In ‘Girl Code’, Muva Dame—real name: Denasisa Anjanique Arrington—declines the love presented, because she can’t handle it. Hey, at least she knows herself enough to discard what she can’t take on. Hear the beautifully-made R&B track by the South Side Jamaica-born vocalist below.

Thank you to Jamari Jones at LVRN for sending this to us. It’s enchanting and relatable.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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