Royce Lovett Sings The Praises Of Black Women On 'Better'

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Royce Lovett, a former contestant on season 17 of NBC’s The Voice, is back with a smooth cut entitled “Better” where he sings the praises of Black women. The talented singer-songwriter co-wrote the song, which also features rapper Canon, who lends his lyrical skills to the record. 

When asked about his motivation for the song, Royce explained via press release, “Malcolm X reminds us that ‘the Black woman is the most forgotten person in America.’ Through this song, I wanted to let women know, I’m here to support you, protect you and even get out of your way, so you can step into your leadership and passion.” 

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Royce is anxious to let Black women know they are the prototype on "Better." He proudly sings on the first verse, “I ain’t never met nobody quite like you / That done been through them things that you been through / Yet you shine like the sun know you best.” 

He pours into Black women over the track's uptempo beat, driven by a steady bassline, drums, keys and Rhodes. Royce’s gospel and hip-hop roots are evident as his soulful voice comes through on lead and background vocals. He delivers non-stop praise and encouragement, and Canon keeps that same energy for his verse.

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Royce Lovett shows big love to Black women and injects some much-needed positivity into the universe with "Better." We hope this trend continues with his future releases. Give “Better” a listen below and stick around to watch Royce and his band perform the track live in the studio.

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