Burgeoning London based soul singer and songwriter J.A.E (pronouncing each individual letter) has officially unveiled her brand new single “Poison” featuring exciting rap talent Dotty. It follows her 2018 single “Love Me Right” and the subsequent remixes which hit top 10 on Traxsource Soulful House chart. Watch here
This latest release is an honorable nod to the nineties era and the sounds that made it special. That nostalgic neo-soul vibe, with undertones of soul and jazz, serve as the canvas for J.A.E’s sultry, seductive vocals – the likes of Erykah Badu and D’Angelo would be proud. A sound rooted in soul, she touches base with both hip-hop and R&B realms.
Behind the emotive production, lies J.A.E’s knack for sincere songwriting. “Poison” speaks on the depiction of a woman making amends with another when things were supposed to be against them. While it’s a message about the dangers of men being unfaithful and the trouble it can bring to everyone involved, Dotty’s endearing guest verse adds balance, speaking for all the men trying to do right.