Cold, confident, and collected, Ryck Jane ascends to a self-fulfilled level on her latest single and accompanying visual “I Don’t Need No Love.” The Los Angeles multi-instrumentalist, producer, and all around artist, examines the class known as “fake friends” while standing in her secured joy. Flourishing over a rich boom bap production by Macado, Ryck Jane’s nostalgic wash of hip-hop and nonchalant bars makes for a raw declaration.
There’s always a smile on the artist’s face that translates in her delivery for a bigger picture on the Blizzard directed video. One of an untouchable belief instilled with a realistic concept that yeah, there will still be people who don’t like you, and it’s ok– everything comes from self. Ryck’s motive here is not to be liked, but to be respected.
The warmness of the delivery and animated vocal stylings between bars makes the track what it is, but the artist’s flow is heaven sent for the production and takes lead against the snare drum. Compared to past singles, it is clear that Ryck has a very fluid range and can attack at will. “I Don’t Need No Love” comes across as an organic flaunt of control, banking on the artist’s ear of when to push or pull on the track. It’s a contagious vigor fueled by a determined mindset and smooth instrumentation that sets up Ryck Jane for more success this year.
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Cover photo: Tabsthephotographer