Elegant R&B singer LeAnne Dlamini portrays love in all its different hues and forms on this song taken off her third album, Warrior. As a warrior for love, a paradox of sorts, LeAnne stands for all that is beautiful about love and fights for it.
Her latest offering, ‘Patch It Up,’ is a catchy singalong make up song originally written for Toni Braxton.
LeAnne is more than just a stunning singer, but a wife, a mother of two and an activist with a heart in the right place. “The essence of who I am and my R&B roots are there, at the end of the day that’s where my heart is even when I collaborate and play around with other music,” says LeAnne.
After 15 years of making music, rising through the ranks from being a backing vocalist for Loyiso Bala and a session musician for Alexis Faku and working with Danny K, LeAnne stands firmly as a treasured feature in the R&B circles.
About LeAnne’s album Warrior:
LeAnne has kept the formula that has earned her acclaim – working with the trio of Alexis Faku, Sipho Dlamini and Mike Manitshana. ‘I like consistency and also if it works why should I change it just to keep up with the trends?’ she asks. She however features guest producers from time to time, but the three remain as executive producers.
She worked with Antonio Dixon, an American producer who has worked with the likes of Babyface, Beyonce, Chris Brown and Ariana Grande. Features on the album include Mariechen, Gigi Lamayne, Khanyi Mbau, Fifi Cooper and Jonathan Butler.
Watch the full music video down below!