5 Songs, 16 Minutes


Endlessly lush, disco-tinted R&B grooves.



Endlessly lush, disco-tinted R&B grooves.


Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
27 Ratings
27 Ratings

Luscious in every imaginable way


Ravyn really has raised her expectations and has met them in every approach possible. Every song is so quenched with grooves and vulnerability, it’s what makes Lenae’s soul so understandable and at the middle of it all is fun, uplifting R&B. Computer Luv captures the vulnerability of loving someone, and needing them deeply through so many emotion-filled vocals that are created by her and Lacy’s great chemistry. Found myself in tears at the end of it all. I feel so inspired and ready to jam to this for the rest of the year. Do yourself a favor and support Lenae by buying and giving the album a listen. Ravyn doesn’t disappoint. Thank you.
-Sam B.

Diff in a good way

Blue haji

Steve lacy changed mì life

y’all she really did that


all the tracks are really good i wish the ep was longer

About Ravyn Lenae

Ravyn Lenae arrived during the latter half of the 2010s with an atmospheric yet song-oriented form of contemporary R&B that resembled a mix of low-key Erykah Badu and early Little Dragon. Lenae made her debut as a teenager in 2015 with Moon Shoes, an EP produced by fellow Zero Fatigue member Monte Booker. Originally issued as a free download, it was picked up by major-label Atlantic for commercial release the following year. A shorter EP supported by Atlantic, Midnight Moonlight, followed in March 2017. By this point, Lenae had also racked up featured appearances on tracks headlined by Booker, Noname, Mick Jenkins, Saba, and Smino, among others. Remarkably, all this occurred while Lenae was attending Chicago High School for the Arts. "Sticky" was out by the end of 2017 and landed on Crush EP, issued early the following year with the Internet's Steve Lacy featured on two cuts. ~ Andy Kellman

Chicago, IL