KYLE has returned with a new single called “Love Me Like You Say You Love Me.”
The Ventura, California native slows it down for the guitar-tinged record, which features production by Leven Kali. Over the smooth beat, KYLE sings to an ex-lover who won’t let him move on.
“We’ve been done for quite some time now, you know / But the strongest love dies slow / No more episodes, season finale / Being the bad guy is right up my alley, yeah yeah,” he rhymes. “If you love me enough, let me go / If you love me enough, let me grow.”
The new track follows “Parked Cars,” KYLE’s collaboration with Kota the Friend and Travis Thompson, and his single with Josh Golden, “But Cha.”
“Love Me Like You Say You Love Me” is also KYLE’s first release as an independent artist. On Instagram, he teased that the track is “the first of many.” Last year, KYLE released his sophomore album, See You When I Am Famous!!!!!!!!!!!! His debut full-length effort, Light of Mine, dropped back in 2019.
Listen to “Love Me Like You Say You Love Me” below: