New Music: SMG – Jazzy
“Jazzy“, is a sound that propagates partying and happiness as opposed to depression and suicide.
Sam George Mac, professionally known by his stage name, SGM, is an Afrobeats singer who sometimes fits into the box of other mainstream genres like RnB, Dancehall, Highlife, and many others. Four months after the release of the single titled “Good Bad Gorl“, SGM returns with another single titled Jazzy.
The song Jazzy is several miles away from Good Bad Gorl which captures the dilemma of a lover stuck with a lady who is not accepted by his people. Jazzy is even up-tempo and induces dance at the very first listening. Jazzy, delivered in English and Pidgin, draws attention to the need for happiness in individuals. According to SGM during the announcement of the song release:
“When the inspiration to write this song came, I chose to make it “Jazzy” because of my consciousness of the rate at which people like me fall into depression.”
“One thing was in my head while writing Jazzy; the need for happiness. I aimed to achieve this with dance and that is why Jazzy is up-tempo. I learned dance can be therapeutic for some people.”
“The silhouette in this cover art represents how happiness can be achieved through dance, partying, clubbing, and other equivalents. While the white background, according to Simony, the designer, signifies purity; his idea against suicide.”
With SGM’s falsetto on the bridge of the song, Jazzy is lyrically professional with lyrics bordering advice, motivation, and awakening — “avoid crime, don’t be criminal/you only live one life, don’t be suicidal,” he instructs on the bridge of the song. SGM went further to say Jazzy is one of the tracks on his forthcoming debut album. According to him, Jazzy is the eighth track on the unreleased album. The album is titled “Literature in Music” and will be released later this year.
Download SMG – Jazzy below and enjoy!