Throughout the year, Rene Bonét has been blessing fans with dope visuals for tracks like “Trendsetter,” “Shawdy,” and — most recently — “Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah.” Earlier this month, the DMV-to-Atlanta talent liberated her new album Love in 5D, which comes with 20 songs and production courtesy of Weku Did That. The full-length release follows another project from Bonét, Bully Barbé: The Album, that made landfall in September.
Over the weekend, Bonét also revealed a “Private InTree” performance that saw her delivering intimate renditions of standout cuts like “Delirious,” “Where You Are,” and “Dream” — the last of which, as was explained via press release, saw her revealing some truths about her current relationship, a common theme heard throughout Love in 5D:
“When I was writing [“Dream”] at the time I had been binge watching a lot of reality TV shows, and it caused me to have insecurities in my own relationship, but they where all In my head … it was like I had everything I needed and wanted but I just couldn’t believe or accept it.”
As much critical acclaim as Love in 5D has been receiving, it’s also translating well from a commercial standpoint. Taking to social media, Bonét revealed that the album has peaked within the top ten of iTunes’ R&B charts — and it’s all because of her dedicated and growing fanbase:
“Yo, Love in 5D just fuckin’ hit the R&B charts, like … if you downloaded and if you bought my album, thank you so much. Like, this shit wouldn’t have happened without you. Yo we just went up! We top 10! Let’s go!”
Press play on both Love in 5D and Rene Bonét’s “Private InTree” set below. If you missed it, then you can check out the aforementioned Bully Barbé: The Album as well.