Called an "homage to 'King Heroin' by James Brown" in the SoundCloud description, the track retains the musical structure of that spoken-word track, but allows BJ to take the vocals to new heights. Outfitted with a vintage vinyl crackle throughout, this definitely recalls old-school soul music, but BJ's vocals are so similar to early D'angelo that that comparison seems even more apt. Either way, a jam is a jam, and "Real Love Never Dies" is most certainly that.
Girl I remember the day I saw you
I knew I wanted to have you
And I had this feeling
That this thing would be more than just one night