‘No Love’ is a compelling and evocative R&B song that may be seen as a little toxic and controversial, but is really just about enforcing boundaries that were put in place at the beginning of a relationship with a sexual partner. In the song, Ghanaian artiste Auds appreciates her partner but reminds them that she’s not looking for anything more than physical. It’s delivered in a soft and sensual way, almost like a love song.
‘No Love’ was released on the 8th of February, coinciding with the month of love. The is quite ironic as the song speaks about not wanting love. No Love is meant to serve as an anthem for the “anti-love” crew in this month which is typically associated with romance and affection.
‘No Love’ is Auds second single, and her first this year. It’s produced by Erby.