Jordane puts her goals first with “Take A Seat”

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Smooth, soulful and truly empowering!

Rating: 5 out of 5.
Photo by Evoke Visuals

Hi Jordane, welcome to LA Music Review! Tell us a little bit about you and your music.

Jordane is a singer songwriter originally from Perth…

who is currently developing a sound unique to her as she pulls from her South Asian background. She finds influence from artists such as Lauryn hill, Aaradhna and Alicia Keys to express the strong emotions and rawness of life. The emotional songwriting process alongside her powerful soulful voice allows listeners to connect to her music.

Congrats on the release! What was your inspiration when you were writing this project?

Released on August 12, 2022. “Take a seat” was really inspired by seeing my friends and even myself put important goals and dreams on hold in the hope that a relationship will fulfil that aspect of life. For me I feel it’s so important to know your worth and the importance of surrounding yourself with people that will uplift you to achieve what you aspire to.

Start streaming “Take A Seat” right here:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

What is your vision for this project?

Take a seat” is all about ending the relationships that you know are not worth your time or energy.

Sometimes we get comfortable in relationships because it’s easy when in reality the standard that we are accepting is something that we shouldn’t be. This song massively highlights how when we get comfortable in some relationships or friendships our priorities change and we sometimes find ourselves putting our dreams and goals to the side or placing them as second priority.

I think a massive part of a relationship is to grow together and support each other with the goals and achievements you both want to achieve. This song basically explores the importance of ensuring you put yourself and your goals first and ensure that you know your worth when involved in a relationship and knowing when to let go.

What is your favorite part of this body of work?

I love the chorus. The build up.

The production. The passion. I think the chorus is really reflective of how we all have these under lining thoughts and emotions when having to end something and then all of sudden you flick a switch and realise that it’s just not worth it.

Anything else we should know about it? Future releases? 

This may only be Jordane’s first release for this year but she is sitting on a number of releases with more to come before the end of the year.

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