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19-11-2015, 18:49
Music | Country | Pop | FLAC / APE

Title: Hotel
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Jesse Lee Music
Genre: Country, Pop
Quality: Flac
Total Time: 40:06 Min
Total Size: 283 Mb


1. What You Can't Have
2. Killin' Me
3. Trashy Side
4. Hearts Are Breakin'
5. Fine
6. Hotel
7. Just Like Men
8. Bullet Proof
9. Stupid
10. You Don't Have To Die
11. Ferris Wheel
12. Love You Enough

One of the cowriters of "Peter Pan," arguably the best track on Kelsea Ballerini's debut album, The First Time, and the singer of the 2009 hit "It's A Girl Thing," once signed to Atlantic, Jesse Lee is already a country music veteran. Her debut single was praised for her vocal ability, but not so much the songwriting. But since then, Jesse Lee has been writing with many artists for many artists. This album, her first offering since 2011's Come After Me has strong vocals as well as strong songwriting, and shows Lee's growth into the artist she is today.
What makes this record especially incredible is the remarkable ease Lee has switching from the very pop influenced tracks like "What You Can't Have" and "Bullet Proof," to the full on country romps like "Just Like Men" and "Trashy Side." Her vocals don't change drastically between the different styles throughout this record, but somehow, her voice is able to sound just as good with synths and electronic piano as it does with banjos. Each track sounds different, from the Miley Cyrus-turned-country sounds of "Stupid," to the Dixie Chicks anger of "Trashy Side" to the Demi Lovato-esque sound of "Bullet Proof." It seems like a mish-mash of different sounds that wouldn't work together, but Lee's versatile vocals pull it all together to create a multi genre, but extremely high quality record.

The pop influences throughout Lee's music sometimes fall into a full blown pop song, like the opening song of this record, "What You Can't Have." Lee has taken to working with singer-songwriter (and boyfriend to the most popular woman in country right now, Kelsea Ballerini) Josh Kerr, and he released an absolutely incredible demo of a song they did together a while back called "Dream Crusher" on SoundCloud. This song has a similar vibe to that song. It's the mix of the matter-of-fact lyrics, throwback 2000's pop rock production, mixed with the acoustic country/pop sound of Lee usually that creates an absolutely addicting song. Out of all the songs on this record, this is the one sure to be on repeat the most. This pop song trend comes up most prominently again on "Bullet Proof," the eighth track on the album. The difference between this track and "What You Can't Have" is that this is pure pop. This is a song that proves that Lee would be amazing at pop music. She has so many options on what to do in the future, and opening her mind and music to pop is a very smart move.

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