Primo Green questions his true intentions and if he should pursue a love interest or not on “Change My Mind”.
Toronto-based Afrobeats singer-songwriter Primo Green pursues love without inhibitions on his latest single, “Change My Mind”. Drawing inspiration from his own past experiences, he explores the feeling of uncertainty about a prospective love interest. Questioning whether he’s found the right one for him, he reflects on if it would be worth it to continue the relationship or simply move on.
Bringing a unique breath of fresh air to this Afrobeats banger, Primo follows through with a unique sound that matches his contemporaries such as Kojo Funds & Burna Boy. He carries himself with soul, and the crispy timbre of his raspy vocals captures the storyline of his experiences for listeners to enjoy.
As far as production goes, the snares and instruments follow through with ease and give a chilled vibe, complemented by smooth background vocals, catchy ad-libs, and a bouncy flow.
As listeners continue the journey through Primo’s story, he shares prolific emotion through his convictions of being unable to give his all for his partner. In the third verse of the song, he sparks wonders with his train of thought. His dark yet melodic tone of expression comes through with his vocals and elevated pitch.
When asked about the creative process and inspiration for “Change My Mind”, the Toronto artist explains: “The concept of the song reminds listeners that although we may be going through trials and tribulations in a relationship, the love for one another makes the decision much harder to leave a committed relationship due to the conflicts and ambiguity feelings.”
Directed by Seth G, the music video for the song takes place in Toronto, and portrays Primo and his love interest playing hard to get. Cast against tropical ambience, the pair walk around a rooftop in Toronto’s Downtown core––each channelling their inner thoughts through movement.
Primo Green’s brand-new single, Change My Mind, is out and available on all streaming platforms.