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room service? volume one
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October 14, 2022


Birmingham’s best kept secret Jaydonclover returns with her sophomore 10 track project ‘room service? Volume 1’ in the wake of her haunting 2019 debut ‘Recovering Lover’.

Akin to an auditory film, The project simulates a dream within a surreal hotel where each room represents a learnt lesson/blessing on lust, love, loss and self doubt from the perspective of a serial seductress with a perpetually broken heart, complete with bell boys to carry the emotional baggage. Continuing her highly successful relationship with lo-fi mogul dylantheinfamous, ‘room service? Volume 1’ is composed of ironic jazz samples and features a sublime selection of guest contributors including Bel Cobain, ZekeUltra, phil & Kofi Stone.

Lead single ‘dreamhotel’ epitomises the sweet sonics of a daydream as Jaydon explains that even if she could materialise a ‘perfect’ lover, she wouldn’t. Second single ‘but my sister’ feat. Bel Cobain evokes a perfumed boudoir, where Jaydon’s sisters attempt to dissuade her from lovers that they feel are beneath her, despite her insistence that looks aren’t everything.

Notable tracks on the project include ‘PRETTIER’ in which Jaydon reminds those with expectations that whilst she could prioritise her looks and dilute her personality for them, she has absolutely no desire to and does not require their validation. In ‘halfpastnine’, produced by Gumsoul, Jaydon embodies a homewrecking femme fatale with minimal morals, curling the phone wire around treacherous fingers.

A feast for the ears and mind, the project will delight with its seductive irony, originality and loyalty to lo-fi hip hop whilst embodying the essence of R&B through a perfect meeting of classic and contemporary influences.

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