After several years of hibernating in the studio and working behind the scenes with some of the industry’s heaviest songwriters and producers, Canadian singer/songwriter Jennie Laws re-emerges with her first release since her remix EP in 2010. The song is called “Love Easily” and it’s a feel-good Motown-tinged jam co-written and produced with THX from the Bay area’s Drop City Yacht Club and features The Regiment Horns of The Tennessee Kids (Justin Timberlake).
Also on her upcoming album will be a feature from Detroit Soul star Dwele, a song co-written with legendary songwriter Leon Ware, tracks produced by Jahi Sundance, Mateo Laboriel, Pascal Guyon, JL Brown, and Sebastian Rogers, more co-writes with songwriters Dayyon Alexander and Dylan Lloyd as well as a few performances by child prodigy drummer Tony Royster Jr. It promises to be entertaining, eclectic, musical, heartfelt and soulful from top to bottom just like her debut EP “Introducing Jennie Laws,” except now Jennie has blossomed on a whole new level as a vocalist, songwriter, producer and arranger.
Jennie has played many roles as a musician; string arranger for the likes of Ryan Beatty, Anjulie, Jenna Andrews and Saidah Baba-Talibah, background singer for Michael Buble, INXS and Omar Lyefook, or featured vocalist and writer on rapper Promise, producer Luca Dayz and DJ KickRaux’ new projects, but never does she shine so brightly as when she’s doing her own music. This one-of-a-kind blue-eyed soul sensation hailing from Toronto is about to take the world by storm, starting with the release of her new single; “Love Easily.”