“Slow story with lyrical motif in which a charming chorus of -Jake Scott- rips the soul. The vocals are not just present, it is a key chip, without which the song would not exist.”

“Неспешная история с лирическим мотивом, в которой чарующий припев -Jake Scott- разрывает душу. Вокал здесь не просто присутствует, он является ключевой фишкой, без которой эта песня не могла бы существовать.”

Jake Scott releases “Off,” the lead single from his first formal project (due this Summer). Co-written with Josh Kerr (Keith Urban, Kelsea Ballerini, Camilo Cabello, Little Big Town), “Off” is a passionate, alt-pop love song about vulnerability of love.

Listen to “Off” here:

Alongside the release of “Off,” Scott is guest curating Spotify’s Chill Pop (492K followers) playlist this week. See his favorite tracks of the moment, including, Queen of Silver Linings by Amy Allen, and Stupid Deep by Jon Bellion here: Chill Pop Playlist link

The LA-based singer/songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist has built a name for himself with his unconventional release model over past several years, as well as his work as the go-to collaborator for acts like Aloe Blacc, Jason Mraz, Carrie Underwood and Christina Perri. Scott’s voice will sweep you off your feet, think JP Saxe's catchy, relatable intimacy flawlessly blended with Ed Sheeran's soulful, passionate pop sound. You can't help but become addicted, which is only evident with the 250M+ streams he’s accumulated – 150M+ that came in 2020 alone – and 3M+ monthly listeners.

In 2018, Scott committed to his fans that he'd write, produce, and release one new song a month. He stayed true to his word, teaming up with some of pop’s go-to hitmakers like Steve Soloman (James Arthur) and David Hodges (Evanescence). He capped his song a month project at the end of 2020, having released his biggest hits in the process, including “Tuesdays” (30M+ streams) and “Like No One Does” (29M+ streams), plus a sold-out debut headlining tour.

This is just the first of new music coming from Jake Scott this year. Stay tuned for more.


Reviewed by Nagamag on 
May 3, 2021

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