Jennifer Denali Releases New Single “Falling Leaves”

Rising pop-R&B singer-songwriter and vocal powerhouse Jennifer Denali has released her new single “Falling Leaves.” CLICK HERE to download/stream. Jennifer has also issued the official music video for the sultry ballad, which serves as a continuation of her personal journey to self-love stemming from her previous single, “Try.” CLICK HERE to watch the Fall-themed visual for “Falling Leaves” that beautifully captures the evolution of celebrating one’s self and check out the first look via Celeb Secrets.

“‘Falling Leaves’ is a genuine return to self-love,” shares Jennifer. “It’s a metaphor for having the courage to break patterns and leave the four walls that you’re so used to, to find the freedom in loving yourself again. It’s about the moments of weakness helping to build a strong person and a stronger love for yourself. It is also hopeful and a reassurance that you’ll put yourself first the next time you’re in a relationship.”

Of the self-penned song, she adds, “I wrote this song because I was longing for the words that I could only tell myself. No one else can empower me to love myself, I have to do it alone.”

“Falling Leaves” (Dense Records) follows Jennifer’s recent single “Try,” a powerful opus about a spiritual journey to self-acceptance that includes accepting all mistakes and past judgements and learning that you must put yourself first and realize you’re exactly where you’re supposed to be, along with her debut single “Painkiller,” her take on losing someone to addiction and the irony of turning to your own addictions to get through the loss and numb the pain.

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