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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


Watch our interview with JXN below!

Melbourne based pop-R&B artist JXN has delivered his vulnerable new single, On My Own.

Foraying into darker sonic territory with producer and co-writer Johan Gustafsson (Armin Van Buuren, A Boogie Wit A Hoodie, Icona Pop), the track is built upon a rumbling acoustic guitar line, whilst channelling early 2000's pop-meets-R&B tracks. Building to an anthemic sing-a-long chorus, the track explores picking yourself up in times of disarray, brought to live by emotive lyricism and JXN's polished vocals.

“On My Own was really a saviour song for me”, JXN shares. “At the time I didn’t even know how much it was helping me get through the 200-day Melbourne lockdown. It’s probably the longest time I’ve taken to complete a song. I’m pretty sure there’s like ten other verses for it so I definitely tried to perfect it,”

Making his debut in 2018 with his captivating track Solitude, JXN has since collaborated with the likes of New York rapper A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and Bronx rapper A$AP Twelvyy on Red Lights and Going Off respectively. Last year saw the release of his debut EP, Never A Sad Adventure, which featured the single Outta Space, which saw JXN team up with Australian artists, Allday and Fossa Beats. Love Sux is the singers second release under his new label home, Australian indie label City Pop Records.

On My Own is out now!


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