Jade Moss is a musical force to be reckoned with an unapologetic style, personality and fusion, all of which are on show in her latest single, ‘Hey Babe’. With splashes of jazz, pop and electronic influences, the song is bold with a modern story of unwanted attention from people simply not worthy.
With vocals that dip in and out of the spoken word, a seductive tone that screams power and control, Moss creates a track that embodies modern energy presented with a vintage flair that never comes across gimmicky but rather wholly authentic. The style comes across as original as no part of the track is overpowered by any one genre; they blend seamlessly, which adds a real touch of class to the song. Class is a highly appropriate word to use as ‘Hey Babe’ oozes polish and chic, reflected in Moss’s presentation, making the look and sound an excellent, genuine combination.
Overall, ‘Hey Babe’ is a mashup of tradition and the new. The eclectic spirit will entrance any listener whilst the empowering message will resonate with many, giving anyone a boost to get them through the day.
‘Hey Babe’ will appear on Jade Moss’s upcoming EP ‘Only You’, dropping in April, so make sure to keep up to date here:
Words by Ellen Oakley
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