Jessie Reyez keeps the new music flowing. The bubbling singer has gifted listeners with a new song titled “Imported” featuring JRM.
On the surprisingly hefty beat, which adorns Reyez’ breathy vocals, she shares her unabashed view of a relationship that feeds on lust. “Get over them by getting under me / But you might O.D. if you get too much of me.”
JRM comes in towards the end to add a male perspective. “You finally realized that broken love just ain’t worth savin’ / You tryna’ lick the wounds, but someones not reciprocating.”
“Imported” will appear on her new EP, Being Human in Public, due October 19 via FMLY/Island Records. The impending release will include previously released tracks “Dear Yessie,” “Fuck Being Friends,” “Body Count (Remix)” featuring Normani and Kehlani and “Apple Juice.”
Reyez starts her Being Human on Tour on October 11 in Edmonton, Alberta. She will visit 29-major cities including Los Angeles, Chicago, and Philadelphia. The tour will wrap on December 3 in her hometown of Toronto.
Listen to the twisted love affair below.
Words by Edward Dave
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