Jessi is back with a new song that I'm going to guess is a slower jam by the title but I could very well be wrong. The song is “Don't Make Me Cry” and it is the first song I've heard from her since “Ssenunni” and “Excessive Love”. I like Jessi but I didn't always like her. I just recently have gained respect for her because of her talent and her humbleness.
The music video showed a regretful decision that Jessi, or the person Jessi is portraying in this video, went through. She starts her shift at the bar and in walks trouble. The guy she had spent the summer with is staring her down and when she walks out to go to the restroom, the guy tries to block her way, but she pushes him away. Toward the end of the video, the couple are scene drinking wine at a dinner table where the guy stands up, takes a sip of his wine and throws the glass down. Jessi says something to him like “Let's not to this anymore” and then he walks out. Overall, it is saying that he did something to hurt her and she wants to stop.
The song was very soulful and slow. Jessi's voice is extremely soulful and I didn't even realize it. I'm used to hearing her on stuff like “Ssenunni” where she raps and has a powerful growl voice but this style I can dig. I don't have a whole lot of things to say about the song without going on a page long tangent about how good and soulful Jessi's voice is, so I'm going to stop here.
I hope you enjoyed my review of “Don't Make Me Cry” by Jessi. She is a wonderful artist and I highly recommend anyone who is anyone support her. By the way, thank you all for the support you guys show me. Please leave recommendation for future reviews for me to do in the comment section. Give me a like, share this post on social media and I'll see ya in the next one.
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