Woman or man, when someone is done with a relationship, their heart leaves.
R&B newcomer, TEM LeMay gladly makes his departure on his debut single, “Flight of Heart” from Black Collar Music Group. Produced by Ke Yano$, the melodic groove is reminiscent of a ’90s ballroom jam. LeMay’s soothing tenor is mellow, yet sincere as he sings, “All I wanted was love, but all you gave me was bullsh–.” He makes it clear that even the sex isn’t enough to keep him.
The metro Detroit native says the record was written from his experience with a few of his relationships or “situationships.” One situation in particular led him to write the first verse and the rest of the song is a combination of other situations. “At some point, you just have to know your worth, and move on,” he explains.
With musical influences that range from Marvin Gaye to Lucian Pavarotti, LeMay’s style is refreshingly unique. He has shared the stage with artists such as Rachelle Ferrell, Anthony David and Avery Sunshine.
LeMay’s debut album will drop later this year. “Flight of Heart” is available now on all digital outlets. Buckle up and listen below.
-Words by Raquelle Harris