Jola Bello’s “For You” is a bop for those who’ve caught unrequited feelings

A scary side-effect of catching feelings is the urge to continually show tangible affection, even with the possibility that the other party may not reciprocate on the same level. The art of convincing can be arduous, but on her latest single, “For You”, Ibadan-based singer Jola Bello flips the risky situation into a honey-eyed bop. Although she admits disappointment at her interest’s aloofness to her declared affections, she flips the jitters in those opening moments into a starry set, unabashedly professing her love and even offering to move mountains as proof. Conveying the urgency of her yearning lyrics, her siren-like falsetto elegantly floats over the buoyant mid-tempo instrumental arrangement MarleyDigital produces.

Listen to Jola Bello’s “For You” below.

Featured Image Credits: Instagram/jola_bello

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