Jessa Turns Pain To Empowerment In “I Can’t Stop crying”

Bronx-bred alternative R&B artist Jessa releases her latest single “I Can’t Stop Crying” alongside its accompanying 90s-inspired visual effort. Inspired by the everso relatable aftermath of a toxic relationship, she finds a form of healing through her painfully honest lyricism.

“I began recording this song sitting in my exes’ home studio. It wasn’t even that deep at that moment, but looking back, it’s pretty telling that even when we were together we wrote sad music,” she shares, speaking on the inspiration behind the single. “People are ashamed to say they’ve been dumped, but being dumped was one of the best things that could have happened to me.”

Directed by Rlyblonde, “I Can’t Stop Crying” is one of Jessa’s most vulnerable records to date as she gains a newfound perspective on the love gone wrong. Watch the visuals for the song below.

In other music news, we chat with London popstar Call Me Loop about her new single “Painkiller.”

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