All you fans of some sensual R&B, welcome, you’ll probably listen to something you will enjoy much here. This is “Calamity” by LaShonda Schofield.
LaShonda Schofield became a recording artist at the age of 19. You can tell that although she is going for a fresh sound, she probably is the type of person that grew up blasting all the soul and R&B classics. This is a smooth R&B song; the instrumentation is keeping it simple even though it blends with a trap approach. The lyrics are more or less what one would expect, LaShonda is addressing her love interest, stating that he should not call her his baby anymore. And without a doubt, there are countless people out there who are ready to relate. I mean, no one really puts up an R&B without expecting a likeminded lyrical content, am I wrong? And this song hits the nail on the coffin.
So, if you can relate, you have two options: A) Be a typical millennial and block his number if it’s over between you two or B) you can play “Calamity” to him.
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Review by Nektarios Oikonomakis