Published on April 28th, 2019 | by Hype Editorial0
Shae Jacobs – What’s Hard To Say
British-born songwriter, producer & artist, Shae Jacobs makes his mark with his new Pop-R&B-tinged debut project EP ‘What’s Hard To Say’ released via Prescription Songs.
Know for his songwriting and producing credits, Shae has gained notable recognition with upcoming collaborations with Cheat Codes, Sigrid, The Chainsmokers, Ty$, Plan B, Shift K3Y, Snoop Dogg, Jason Derulo, Sean Paul, and Charlotte Lawrence. Now, it’s Shae’s turn to be in the spotlight and is breaking the typical male stereotypes, especially within the music industry, that advocates men must keep their emotions to themselves. However, the artist is flipping the script and giving the common man one comprehensive personal diary.
“Guys don’t usually open up, but I am doing it for them,” Shae explains.
Mostly written in the UK, ‘What’s Hard To Say’ is deeply rooted in honesty and vulnerability, making it Shae Jacobs’s most lyrically cherished record to date. The project serves as a therapeutic outlet for Shae. A 2-year collection of his most complicated and difficult experiences he’s endured, throughout all his high and low points of his most momentous past relationships. All compiled into one comprehensive personal diary.
Although the singer has faced plenty of emotionally damaging encounters, Shae encourages his fans to stay honest to themselves and speak on their feelings.
“be honest when you’re feeling something towards someone else – when you’re over it, be honest, when you messed up, be honest,” the artist stresses.
With his previous releases, Shae established himself as a multitalented 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.
‘What’s Hard To Say’ Tracklist:
- How To Be Friends
- Fuck Me Up
- Not Supposed To
- Both Lose
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