This album presents audiences with hit after hit after indie anthem, loaded with equal parts delicacy and weight, weaving around you colourful riffs and melodies and lyrical concepts, all honest and genuine sounding.


Jamel Myles’ story has been told here in an open and painful manner, which is really the only way to tell it – and it needs to be told if we are ever to see the end of this hatred and evil at the core of bullying and prejudice


As it progresses, the track offers more & more in the way of originality & creative freedom. JayJayy leans back & forth between the delicacy of heartfelt RnB & the quicker, more intense delivery style of hip hop.