The new single from Jade – ‘Hey Babe‘ – talks about the disposable nature of love and the shallow frivolity of a man’s seduction tactics, and his obvious unawareness of the queen he is trying to approach. The track is consumed by a blend of sultry jazz notes, classic melodies and pop and hip-hop features. For an artist that refuses to take no for an answer, this track is indicative of her confidence and style and refusal to accept less than what’s deserved.
The Takezo Remix and Steff Garner Remix for the track are out 23rd April.
Having made her name as a fearless entrepreneur in the world of fashion and textiles, Moss’ music career looks to continue the trend, wowing audiences with her mix of nostalgia, glamour and attitude.
At the age of 18, Jade traded her hometown in Yorkshire for the heart of London, determined to make her mark. She unleashed her creative soul in designing clothes and even opened her own boutiques, travelling the world and taking inspiration from everywhere she went. Her designs have featured in major high street stores as well as huge online retailers, mixing old retro design with colourful contemporary fashions to create a look entirely her own. She has brought this mindset to her music, already aware of her raw and unique singing voice, Jade rediscovered her true purpose after the birth of her daughter, Blue.
“The music that I write is about my experiences with love, joy, strength and the importance of self-worth”.
Influenced by Etta James, Grace Jones, Lauren Hill and many more, the catchy melodies and lyrics that stuck in Jade’s head translated well when recording her songs. Her style is described as an eclectic arty mix-up between the ’80s and 1940s, giving off retro vibes. This original sound brings her emotional, real-life heartbreak stories to life with warm jazzy vocals that hug the soul.
‘Hey Babe’ is written by Jade, composed by Milano based musician Etto and arranged and mixed by Vito de Luca from Aeroplane in Brussels. The song is featured on the upcoming EP Only you to be released on GlaGlaRecords in April this year.
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