When you listen to Jane Handcock’s music, you’re instantly transported to a 90s summer’s day in Cali. Blending RnB and hip hop vocals, beats and instrumentation you could even say she is the modern day Mary J Blige.
Having already forged her path in the industry as a successful songwriter, Jane has racked up an impressive list of credits, writing for Kelly Rowland, Tyrese and Rick Ross. Her new EP ‘Where’s Jane? Series 2’ represents an artist fully immersing herself as a solo artist and celebrating where she finds herself in her life. Boasting some stellar songwriting skills and taking inspiration from her journey as an artist, Jane provides listeners with a dynamic sound and transparent message throughout the entire project. She explains:
“‘Where’s Jane? Series 2’ is a look into the recent events of my life. Everything I wrote & sang about comes from an authentic and vulnerable place. With this series, I wanted to focus on doing exactly what felt good to my spirit. I wanted to musically match where I was in life at this very moment.”
For us, highlights from the EP include the late night vibe of ‘All Of Me’ and the afro-swing inspired ‘Set Me Free’. Listen to the impressive 9 track EP here:
It seems Jane is bursting with tunes at the moment – she’s even dropped a new video for ‘Function’, a single that doesn’t appear on the EP – check it out also below: