Kensington, MD, June 12, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Many people would say that the best artists have the most diverse influences, bringing them together into something new. Few performers meet that description as well as award winning Haitian American singer/songwriter Natalie Jean, a second generation artist raised with music surrounding her since a child, later seeing her interests expand into poetry, and practically every style of music a person could name, including Pop, Country, Dance, Heavy Metal and much more. Jean recently announced the release of two new singles setting the stage for her coming, and very highly anticipated, new album. The two new songs “Please Don't” (written by Michael Peloso) and “Now I See”, written by Jean herself, are vocal driven, highly emotional pop and certainly show Jean in her best, and most compelling light.
“I'm so very excited about my two new songs, both musically and lyrically,” commented Jean, about 'Now I See' and 'Please Don't'. “I think these show an aspect of my next album that fans are going to love and I hope they build interest in the rest of my work.”
Jean is certainly no stranger to critical praise. “Now I See” and “Please Don't” build off of the recent success of her being nominated in the Best Dance Category in the 2014 Artist in Music Awards, as well as being nominated five times in The 2014 Indie Music Music Channel Awards for Best Blues Song, Best Blues Artist, Best Jazz Song, Best Best Rap Song, and Best R&B Artist and being nominated by the LA Music Awards in the Best Pop category.
“Now I See” and “Please Don't” are scheduled to be released today. Her new album has a July 8th, 2016 release date, with excitement rising for both releases not only with fans, but also with the independent music press and media.
Early feedback for the new Natalie Jean singles from those who have heard review copies has been passionate.
Elaine G., a Boston based blogger, recently remarked, “I am really a fan of Natalie Jean's pop and dance songs and I'm happy to say her two new singles are very emotional pop that show off her hypnotic voice. 'Please Don't' has lyrics that touched me since I've been in a quite similar situation, being in a relationship where the man was doing things he promised he wouldn't and all the problems that led to. Natalie Jean's honesty really comes through in her voice and I think this single is destined to really raise her profile. “Now I See” is also amazing. Five stars for both. If the rest of her new album is of the same high quality, it's going to really make a mark.”