Musician Leslie has gone personal in her new song Kalilole in which she tackles a topic that has affected many especially women-insecurities.
In an interview, Leslie said she usually does not compose songs based on her personal life, but she decided to do so in Kalilole.
She said: “A lot of girls fight insecurities each and every day, sometimes they don’t feel good enough and they try to beat themselves each time they look in the mirror thinking they are not beautiful enough.”
The musician said the song represents Leslie talking to herself as the girl she sees in the mirror everyday.
“I am asking if I am beautiful enough. This is basically what most girls go through,” she said.
Leslie said the song is her first single this year and will be part of an album that she is working on.
“I decided to get personal in this song to let every girl know that we all go through the same things,” she said.
Fellow artist Kell Kay, who said he had sampled the song ahead of its release, said the song is good.
“Respect to you Leslie. You are a great artist,” he wrote on his Facebook page.
Kalilole is produced by Sispence and was recorded at Matrix Records.