Big time British producer Naughty Boy has pretty much worked with the best of them. His credits list includes the likes of Wiley, Emeli Sande and even Beyoncé, on the iconic “Runnin’ (Lose It All)“. Plus, he was responsible for many people’s first introduction to Sam Smith with the hit song “La La La“.
His star power is beyond major and that is only emphasised with his brand new track “All Or Nothing“, featuring the unlikely pairing of rising UK R&B singer Ray BLK and music legend Wyclef Jean, his latest single from his forthcoming second album.
“All Or Nothing” is a passionate reggae jam with a bit of an edge that shows of the versatility of all the artists involved. It’s an empowerment anthem as Ray BLK rousing battlecry lets us know she ‘this will be the last time‘ that she takes anyone’s nonsense any longer. The duality between the melodies and message is simply moving.
“The message in the song is like a self-love handbook,” Naughty Boy tells The FADER. “I think we all sometimes neglect when our instincts are telling us something about someone is not right but we refuse to believe it and keep giving a situation more energy than it deserves. The song is very empowering and honest.”