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Posted May 2, 2018 by Mike Mineo in Pop
 
 

Jada Lee – “Star 67”

“Star 67” shows an emerging artist in Jada Lee that seems likely to continue rising in the niche of soulful, R&B-laden pop. The Maryland native incorporates her entrancing croon alongside mellow, nocturnal R&B beats, lyrically detailing the chronicles of infidelity in consuming form. “You never told me that you had a woman,” she sings, “Now she’s calling me, blaming me, infidelity.” The lyrical narrative and top-notch production to make this a consuming track with replay appeal, showing Jada Lee as a name to keep an ear out for, with an aesthetic reminiscent of Frank Ocean.

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