Emerging soul singer Jac Ross is blazing a trail full of promising hits, and his song “Questions” proves that his talent is not to be joked with.
Produced by Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins, “Questions” ignites a conversation on a variety of topics, including racism and police brutality.
Ross’ message is reminiscent of the social commentary done by Marvin Gaye and Sam Cooke in their hey-days.
“(Questions) How do you love your neighbor if you don’t trust your brother? / (Questions) How do you pray all day but your home still suffers,” he croons on the track.
“When I wrote the song ‘Questions,’ I could only really reflect on the work that needed to be fixed in my life. I believe if I work on myself first, it will give others a physical result of what the truth can do to improve us,” offered Ross.
He continued, “This song is so important right now because our world is in serious need of change. If you step outside or even watch the news, you will hear of the struggles of so many people. I believe this song makes you stop and ask yourself the tough question that get to the bottom of the truth.”
Listen to Jac Ross’ new song “Questions” below. Watch the video above.