Jane Handcock Shares Visuals For ‘All Of Me’ From ‘Where’s Jane? Series 2’ EP | Music News
Sometimes we get wind of an artist who totally blows your socks off – well R&B singer/songwriter Jane Handcock is totally one of those artists! The Oakland based songstress has been busy working away behind the scenes in the industry, penning songs for the likes of Kelly Rowland, Tyrese and Rick Ross.
With her new track “All Of Me” and latest EP release titled Where’s Jane? Series 2, she turns her attention to her solo work, making more of a stamp as an artists in her own right along the way.
Judging from “All Of Me”, she certainly holds up as a solo star. Probably the EP’s best track, it has a 80’s Soul-Funk baseline (which you can also hear in some of her other tracks) and it’s these old school touches which make her music so endearing.
Throw in her songwriting chops, compelling anecdotal lyrics and inspiration from a plethora of other genres and you’ve got a potential RnB star in the making. Fans of H.E.R might wanna take note! Watch the “All Of Me” video below:
Her Where’s Jane? Series 2 EP is the second instalment of what we hope might be a ‘Where’s Jane’ trilogy. Other standout tracks for us from the EP include the more electronic “Set Me Free” and the jazz-pop effort “Can’t Pretend”.
According to Handcock, “‘Where’s Jane? Series 2’ is a look into the recent events of my life. Everything I wrote & sang about comes from an authentic and vulnerable place. With this series, I wanted to focus on doing exactly what felt good to my spirit. I wanted to musically match where I was in life at this very moment”.
Listen to the EP in full below: