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Listen: Supermodel Jessica White Debuts Power ballad Bipolar Love

By Michael Mirrorcle / Published on Friday, 24 Jun 2016 20:47 PM / No Comments

It’s safe to say that the model/actress/singer cliche usually ends with that person only being good at one of those professions. Sometimes on the rare occasion they are good at two. There’s a slim chance that they are a triple threat. Often times its all fluff with no substance. But that’s not the case here.

Jessica White has been ripping the runaways of Paris, Milan, London, Tokyo and New York for over 15 years. She has quite the fashion resume. She’s even a budding actress. Shockingly enough, she’s also a singer. And a pretty damn good one at that. Bipolar Love is an alternative pop/rock track that’s reminiscent to a Rihanna song from the Rated R era. The song was written and produced by Jessica herself. Vocally, its quite good and powerful. There’s definitely a force and aggression behind her vocal prowess. The production is well done and it suits her very well. This is not what you’d expect in the slightest but its very refreshing. Take a listen to the track below and let us know what you think!


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About Michael Mirrorcle

Pop Music Aficionado, Video Game and Comic Book nerd, Producer/Host of Rushdown Radio, Michael T. Brewer is a passionate journalist who has been a contributing writer for various digital media in Chicago, IL. Currently a student at Harold Washington College pursing a degree in Journalism, Michael continues to sharpen his skills and further expanding his musical repertoire. His diverse musical tastes stems from his childhood. With five older siblings living together during the 90s, his home was filled with music from Nirvana, Toni Braxton, Aaliyah, Anita Baker, No Doubt, Tupac and so many others. Michael has a deep love and admiration for Pop music specifically. Michael is dedicated to perfecting his craft to critique Pop music with an analytical approach and scope that is not synonymous with the genre.