As Jade Novah gears up for Moon in Pisces Tour, she releases a new song “Rollercoaster” featuring Kenyon Dixon. The track was produced by Novah’s husband, Devin Johnson, and co-written by him, Novah and Dixon.
Novah sweetly coos across lightly touched guitar strums and well-placed percussions, conveying the adrenaline rush she desires to inject into her partner.
“Sometimes you just like to agree with me / You say anything cause you like making up with me / Climb on me / I want you on me / If you take me higher, I could make you scream,” she sings.
Dixon wants to equally provide his interest with a thrilling bedroom experience. “You going saying anything / I start matching energy / We both say shit we never mean / But that just puts us more into the mood / Always a surprise, you know we be on a ride,” he sings.
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“Rollercoaster” is the follow-up to Novah’s recent single “Lost in You,” which arrived on April 22. Of the new single, Novah told Rated R&B, “‘Lost in You’ is about that moment when you let down your guard and allow yourself the freedom to fall in love. That space where you lose track of time, and nothing else matters but you and your person.”
Novah shared dates for her Moon in Pisces Tour in June. The summer tour kicks off Aug. 4 in Washington, D.C., ending Sept. 8 in Charleston, South Carolina. She described the setlist as “delicious” in the tour’s official trailer. Tickets for Novah’s headlining tour are available now.
Dixon is prepping for a headlining tour of his own this summer. The No Skips Tour, which supports Dixon’s new album Closer, starts July 12 in San Francisco, California. He’ll perform gigs in other major cities until the final tour stop on Aug. 13 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
As mentioned above, Dixon released his recent album Closer on May 5. The 12-track album featured guest appearances from Gwen Bunn, D Smoke, Tiffany Gouché, and Susan Carol. Some tracks released before its arrival included “Love on Replay” and “Get High, Get By.”
Stream Jade Novah’s new song “Rollercoaster” featuring Kenyon Dixon below.