Saima, who recently arrived on the R&B scene, delivers a much-needed message of distraction from our daily trials.
No Superficial Love serves smooth-flowing soul vibes as Saima requests authenticity in her relationship. Beyond the song’s core message, Saima also brings us a breather from the global pandemic’s worries.
‘To me, it is really important to change everyone’s focus from all the hardships concerning the Covid-19 situation. Just a little bit.
We need to remind ourselves that it is ok to love – it is crucial we remember to embrace love, for all it is worth…’
– Saima Mian
Hailing from Trondheim, Norway, the half Pakistan/ Norwegian soulstress debuted in 2017 with No Good before returning last year with You Make Me and the charming Christmas ode – Favorite Time of the Year.
An accomplished R&B writer, Saima has written everything from gritty Jazz/ R&B to co-writing glossy K-Pop. As an artist, she cites her inspiration from icons such as; Erykah Badu, D’Angelo and H.E.R. and these soul-setters weave into her music.
Now on her fourth release, Saima turns to her heart, and it provides a welcomed and soulful pause for thought.