Let Me Love You by Wafia | Reviews by Indie Accent

LET ME LOVE YOU
by WAFIA


"There's something soothing about it that hits the right mood"


SINGLE
RELEASED ON 2014

Wafia Al-Rikabi, or known professionally as Wafia, is an Australian singer songwriter of Arabic origin. We probably know her works from collaboration with Ta-Ku, Japanese Wallpapers, and others, but her first major hit was Mario's 2004 hit "Let Me Love You" cover, garnering over 3 million plays on Soundcloud.
Having heard this after her collaborations with many artists, i was suitably impressed with her soft vocals embraced with minimal electronic production, but in this one she's taken them into more R&B display and there's definitely something soothing about it that hits the right mood. Having also released a number of enjoyable single such as "Heartburn" and "Window Seat", i'm pretty sure there's more to come from Brisbane rising singer.





REVIEWED BY: CAESAR FAJRIANSAH
535 DAYS AGO

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