There’s not many people that can convey the truckload of attitude Sasha Keable manages with the micro-flex of her neck or the subtle flick of a wrist, but the BRIT school alumnus is all about making a slow, simmering impact that you’re not likely to forget any time soon.
Raised on Donny Hathaway, Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye and Lauryn Hill, the result is a hypnotic neo-soul sound, packed with jazz inflections and Keable’s powerful, gritty vocals. And now, the singer has dropped the minimal visuals for “Treat Me Like I’m Yours,” the raw latest drop from her forthcoming new EP, “Man” (out 26 April).
“I wrote ‘Treat Me Like I’m All Yours’ when I was sexually frustrated – I was annoyed that my man was more interested in his phone and friends than me,” explains Sasha. “It’s a bit playful, not 100% serious and has elements of dark humour within it. It’s also about being wanted and lusted over, which we know can fizzle out over time in a relationship on both sides so I wanted to explore that and see how I could balance being wanted and being angry at a person all at the same time.”
Watch “Treat Me Like I’m All Yours” below…