By Jack Barnes
British-born songwriter, producer & artist, Shae Jacobs returns with an infectious, new Pop-R&B-tinged track “Not Supposed To”, the fourth single installment from his forthcoming EP (TBA). With a soaring voice that combines technical chops with passion and versatility, Shae shines on his latest record with some of his most relatable lyrics. “Not Supposed To” is a beautifully written ballad in which Shae describes his feelings of wanting to reconnect with a past love even though he’s…not supposed to. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.
“Not Supposed To” embodies everything that all of us have felt at some point about an Ex: Why do we want them back despite the unfortunate things they put us through? Why can’t we stop thinking about them?
As for this song, it’s important to note that exes are exes for a reason and by the end of the first verse, Shae remembers WHY he broke up with his ex and decides to reject the idea of getting back with them. Still, the longing for someone you used to be romantically involved with doesn’t go away and it’s okay to acknowledge that which is why this song is so relatable.
With his previous releases, Shae established himself as a multi-talented artist known for exploring relationships, heartbreak, and healing with soulfulness beyond his years. In 2018, Shae unveiled three, independently released singles including “Fxck Me Up,” “Space,” and “Jealous”, which have earned placements on Spotify’s US NMF and the Top of Breaking Pop playlists, along with Apple’s Best of Week.
Now signed to Prescription Songs in LA, he has worked with some of the biggest names in music, including Snoop Dogg, Jason Derulo, Sean Paul, Sigrid, Plan B, Shift K3Y, and Charlotte Lawrence. Shae also previously featured on the Juno award-winning single ‘Off The Ground’ alongside BitFunk.
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