Lee Mcintosh
Lee Mcintosh
16 Jul 2020

“I wrote this song to give any girl in any of those situations confidence, and to let them know that you can only love other people once you purely love yourself.”

-Enzyrose

For as long as music has been around, it has been by far one of the most preferred mediums by a lot of listeners to receive a message from. In world where individuals are battling many things on a daily basis, sometimes people have their own muses that they run to whenever they are in need of a pick me up, or to feel better about themselves. With music being more powerful now than ever, it’s only right to highlight those artists using their voice, creativity, and their musical platform for the greater good. Today, I introduce to the Lyrical Lemonade family the 16-year-old phenom Enzyrose–with her single “Pure Love”.

Hailing from Minneapolis, Minnesota, Enzyrose is an artist that has been writing music for a little over two years now. Seeing as she is only 16 years old, she is still in the early stages of her career, and she has an amazing story to tell. The beautifully produce ballad is soothing, yet still packs the punch of deep 808’s that sink deep within. The lyrical message on this record, speaks a lot about self love and self care. As this is a constant struggle for people in life, Enzyrose is doing her part and trying to aid those in need of a message, and letting them know that they are not alone. I had a short exchange with her about the direction of the song, and she had this to say:

“Pure Love” is a song that has two topics- one in each verse. The first verse kind of tackles the idea of insecurities and being someone you aren’t just to feel accepted in today’s world. Also things like having fake friends, so on and so fourth. The second verse tackles being in a toxic, emotionally and mentally abusive relationship with someone she can’t leave because her love for that person runs too deep.”

Watch the visual for “Pure Love” below and be sure to connect with her on Twitter!

 

ˆDir: Christian Quezada