By Jack Barnes

Female lyricist Jazz Anderson is back with visuals for her smooth banger “Round the Way” just in time for all the springtime vibes. The Houston rep takes listeners on a trip through life around her way in both the song and video, complete with her love for street hustlers, trips to Waffle House and more. Enjoy this video stream below after the jump and please share.

Produced by Honorable C-Note, the song is an exercise in catchiness and fun every time you press play. The video only helped the song expand its reach, including being featured on a VEVO “New R&B Vibes” playlist alongside major names like SZA, Timbaland and many more. 
It was just one of several accolades for the fast-rising song and artist, including trending on Audiomack and being featured on the ATLTop20 February Bonus track list and more. It even caught the attention of The Core DJs CEO Tony Neal, who cosigned the record by calling it “a problem” and then moved it straight towards radio syndication a day after hearing it. It has since gained momentum on the radio in Texas cities like Houston and Dallas. 

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