South London musician Jaz Karis is back with a bang, and her latest single 'Therapy' is the perfect example of her ability to turn her personal experiences into musical masterpieces.
The single, produced by Prodigal Sons, conveys the overwhelming emotions of heartbreak and the pain of moving on, with Jaz giving in to anger and jealousy. This song is a painfully relatable experience for anyone going through a breakup.
Jaz Karis has always been an advocate for therapy and the importance of taking care of your mental health. However, with 'Therapy', she also acknowledges that sometimes it's okay to give in to your feelings and not always take the moral high ground. This message is a refreshing change, and it shows that Jaz is not only a talented musician but also someone who cares about her fans and their well-being.
The 25-year-old singer grew up in church choirs, and her passion for music has been evident since the age of seven when she began playing the piano and singing. Her parents played Gospel, Soca and Soul around the house, which ignited Jaz's love for music. Later, she attended the famous Brit School, which helped to hone her skills and develop her unique sound.
The current state of R&B in the UK has been a topic of discussion for some time now. However, things are starting to change, and Jaz is at the forefront of this movement. DJ Ace's showcase at SXSW this year put the spotlight on UK R&B, and Jaz's performance was a standout moment. The celebrations continued when they returned home, with BBC 1xtra hosting an R&B weekend featuring performances from Jaz alongside other talented artists.
Jaz Karis is a talented musician with a unique sound that blends R&B, soul, and gospel. 'Therapy' is a relatable experience for anyone going through a breakup, and it's a testament to Jaz's ability to turn her personal experiences into musical masterpieces.
As the UK R&B scene gains recognition and respect, Jaz is at the forefront of this movement, and we can't wait to see what she has in store for us next.