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A Heartfelt Release From Monique Massey Jefferson

A powerful new single from Monique Massey Jefferson brings out an impactful and soulful performance delivered with heart and an authentic approach which makes it so real that you can't turn away from it.

"Consider Me (Job1:8)" has a unique way of pulling at the heartstrings but also gives you such a deep R&B Groove that you can feel it in your bones.

A lot about this track is very gracefully performed and it's packed to the brim with character so when it's over not only do you know more about Monique's life, but you feel like you just sat and talked with a friend over dinner.

The song has such a heavy level of connectivity, and you can clearly tell that it was taken from a genuine experience in her life.

Songs like this have stories to tell and have meaning behind them but the beauty of these are that you can take it into your own life perspective, and it gives it a little bit of a different meaning to the listener.

This is part of what makes this track so relatable and so understandable.

Like I said earlier, this is a very heartfelt single and this is part of why you become so instantly attached to it aside from the fact that her boisterous and powerful vocals carry the song so well.

For Monique, this song was written for her mother-in-law who took her in as her own and treated her as her own.

The song was written when she passed away and released on her birthday.

So, like I said, it's got a beautiful story behind it that is impactful and that so many of us can actually relate to but the thing with Monique is that she's able to articulate it and put it into words which is what a lot of us just simply don't know how to do.

But when we hear it, we get it.

So, it's a song for Monique and for her mother-in-law but it's also a song for us.

I love songs that let us know that we're not alone in different kinds of struggles or different kinds of emotions.

This track was very emotionally driven and came through with a little bit of a cinematic undertone and the production of it was spot on, especially in terms of this classic R&B and soul style and approach.

The music video that accompanies the single also gives you a wonderful idea of her presence as an artist and as a person as you can see her delivering these vocals with passion and love.

Personally, I think we need more music like this.

Music that makes you feel and think. Music that takes you to places you may not want to go but it feels good when you get there.

I feel like some music is meant for these kinds of things and Monique has her finger on that pulse perfectly.

This was beautiful and I would give it a 9 out of 10 without question.

If you are someone who loves to hear music with meaning, that has soul and impact, then this track is absolutely for you, and I would suggest listening to it by watching the music video first.

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