Join a deeply emotive musical journey with talented Americana singer-songwriter Natalie Jean. The singer has recently dropped two singles ‘I’m Done’ and ‘Blocked’.
(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Maryland City, Maryland Apr 27, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Award-winning Americana singer Natalie Jean is winning the hearts of the listeners again with her latest musical representations. The relatable subject matter along with deftly produced music does not fail to captivate the listeners around the globe. This versatile music artist has recently dropped a single titled ‘I’m Done‘, a chartbuster track that motivates everyone. The track revolves around the aspects of breakup in friendships which is very hard to deal with. The artist has beautifully crafted a track that embraces the emotional value of letting go. Similarly intriguing, ‘Blocked‘ offers a subject matter that revolves around the modern concept of blocking on social media which nits hard most of the netizens. Engaging and enjoyable, both singles are currently buzzing in the music industry.
This talented and versatile music artist drew inspiration from his father Guy R. Jean, a well-revered Haitian singer. Later on, the singer released many tracks like, ‘Dominion’, ‘Authentically Me’, ‘Love Is Blind’, ‘Together We Shine’, etc that helped her pave her way to people’s hearts. The deep emotive essence is present in every track she creates. For her previous contributions, she became the Finalist in the Singer-Songwriter Category as well as won the Outstanding Achievement in Songwriting in the Adult Contemporary Category at The American Song Contest 2020.
Whether it is the Global Music awards or the JMA award, Natalie Jean‘s name prevails everywhere as the most talented singer and songwriter in the modern era. ‘I’m Done’ and ‘Blocked’ are fine two examples of her creativity. Follow her on Spotify, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and her official website to know more.
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