Jordyn Tareaz, an independent pop artist from Washington, DC, has released her new single “Again” on February 9, as a prelude to her debut EP expected later this year.
The single, created in collaboration with co-producer Sabrina Song and creative partner Emma Rose Botti, explores the intricacies of relationships and the challenges of self-sabotage, particularly from the perspective of a young black woman.
Tareaz’s commitment to fostering an inclusive environment in the music industry is evident in her choice to work with an all-female team. This decision is part of her response to the underrepresentation of women in the music industry and her desire to promote inclusivity in her artistry.
“Again” represents a departure from Tareaz’s previous work, such as “So Good” and “Can’t Talk.” While her earlier songs tended to focus on external circumstances, “Again” is introspective, acknowledging her own mistakes in a relationship. This shift indicates a maturation in her songwriting and an eagerness to explore more complex themes in her music.
Tareaz’s music draws inspiration from various artists like Lauren Spenser Smith, Olivia Rodrigo, Sabrina Carpenter, and Tate McRae. She aims to create music that is both relatable and comforting for her audience, offering a space for reflection and healing. “Again” is an example of this approach, inviting listeners to join Tareaz on an emotional journey.
Jordyn Tareaz has already made a mark in the music industry with notable achievements. She opened for Warner Music Group artist Maude Latour and was featured in Billboard Magazine for her involvement in the World Woman Hour soundtrack. Her second single “Can’t Talk” was praised by several publications and featured on Ones To Watch’s “Now Watching” playlist.
With “Again,” Jordyn Tareaz continues to establish herself as a creative force in the music industry, demonstrating her growth as an artist and her commitment to authenticity and emotional expression. Fans can follow her online to stay updated on her latest releases and upcoming performances.
Listen to “Again” below!