UK-based, half-Iranian poptress, Jazz Mino, brings 90s pop back with a modern synthpop twist by covering Jennifer Paige’s hit song “Crush.” Jazz’ mesmeric vocals and youthful spirit permeates throughout the entire track while the melodic uplift exudes the same level of hookiness we find from contemporary pop. The beats are electrostatic whereas the rhythm do justice to the original groove. “Crush” is a must in your playlist:
“The cover of ‘Crush’ has a particular focus on overcoming anxiety. This is something I’ve been working on for a long time and I’m finally at a point where I’m enjoying and appreciating the moment, rather than over analyzing every situation and focusing on future happiness and success. I used to feel talking about this was very taboo, but have found the confidence to speak out and with it, found that it’s actually a very relatable topic to many people. I love my cover of ‘Crush,’ it’s about feeling confident within yourself to just let your hair down and that’s something I’ve been able to achieve by overcoming anxiety.”
Jazz has been making waves with her debut single “The Love Of You,” which has been spreading messages of positivity, acceptance, and diversity. “Crush” has already garnered various radio plays and shoutout from Jennifer Paige herself. The track will be available on November 17th via Peanut Party Records and will be followed by Oliver Nelson’s remix of it. So expect a remix to drop soon.
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