“No Love” is the latest single from Jamaican singer-songwriter Skip Marley, the grandson of the legendary musician and singer Bob Marley. “No Love” was written by Adrian Nicholas Matthew Thaws, Betty Wright, Coleridge Tillma, Johnnie Lee Frierson, Marcella Levy, Mary Lou Cross, Siobhan Marie Deirdre Fahey, Skip Marley, Trevor David Brown, Trey Campbell and William Simmons – with Brown and Zaire Koalo producing the reggae dancehall song.
“No Love” is a reggae track about being in a relationship where one person is feels suffocated and no longer in love, so they leave the relationship, only to have their ex follow them and want them back. In a statement to Hotnewhiphop, Marley had this to say about the song: “My new track ‘No Love’ is about reciprocity…The lyrics go ‘When I was so deep in love yuh had no love.’”
There is currently no official music video for “No Love”, but there is a lyric video on Skip Marley’s official YouTube channel, featuring graphics of women dancing behind dripping pain. Since its upload on the 29th May 2020, the video has 183 thousand views.
Release Date: 29th May 2020
Songwriter/s: Adrian Nicholas Matthew Thaws, Betty Wright, Coleridge Tillma, Johnnie Lee Frierson, Marcella Levy, Mary Lou Cross, Siobhan Marie Deirdre Fahey, Skip Marley, Trevor David Brown, Trey Campbell & William Simmons
Producer/s: Trevor Brown & Zaire Koalo
Label: Island Records
Chart Rankings: Unfortunately, “No Love” has not yet charted yet, however it does 160 thousand streams on Spotify.
The lyrics to “No Love” can be viewed here: