Jessie Reyez is a Star On Her Latest Release “Being Human In Public”.
A relatively unknown standout on Eminem’s latest album, “Kamikaze”, Jessie Reyez found herself on the tracks “Nice Guy” and “Good Guy”, respectively. Here, she stands on her own two with the release of her new EP “Being Human in Public”.
Claiming to “Dodge D*ick on the daily”, Reyez’ voice is as sweet as magnolia and her approach to song-writing is as in your face as its gonna get. Featuring her single “Apple Juice”, the EP enlists the likes of Kehlani and Normani on “Body Count” while handling the rest of the leg-work herself.
The intro track “Saint Nobody” begins with Reyez singing,
“I think about dying everyday, I’ve been told that that’s a little strange, I guess I’ve always been a little strange, that’s why I work like a motherf*cker”
Maybe we are all dying to succeed, eh? The instrumentals she sings over jump and bend between different genres such as Hip-Hop, R&B, Folk and Soul. The Canadian-born Colombian descent songstress stands firmly in her feminism and quite frankly, is important in shifting the male-dominant music industry that seems to suffocate anything that threatens its ideology. Check out the EP below and leave a comment.