Leigh-Anne’s ‘Don’t Say Love’ Opens A New Chapter

It taps into her core values...

Leigh-Anne opens a new chapter with ‘Don’t Say Love’.

The pop star worked with Little Mix for a decade, shattering records and breaking through more than one glass ceiling. With the group now on the back burner, Leigh-Anne has taken her time to find renewed focus, working out what she wants to achieve, and how.

Debut solo single ‘Don’t Say Love’ taps into her core values, with the production leaning on UKG while remaining in a pop format. Lyrically, she rejects external validation, choosing instead to find success on her own terms.

An energetic bouncer, ‘Don’t Say Love’ was produced alongside Jon Bellion and Pete Nappi, and co-written by Aldae – the results, however, are pure Leigh-Anne.

Speaking on the track Leigh-Anne explains… 

““Don’t Say Love” is about no longer seeking external validation and regaining my confidence and sense of self in a world where I often felt misunderstood and unheard. This video is a visual representation of me finding my voice. I’m excited to continue to do so with my first love, music”

Emil Nava directs the dazzling visuals – tap in below.

Photo Credit: Hugo Comte

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