Rising R&B songstress Dri Jack recently dropped the audio and visual for her newest single, “Could’ve Been.”

The track can be described as trap soul R&B meets 90s R&B- a perfect combination. The beat is really smooth, as well as her vocals. The track is not fast, but fast enough to bob your head or rock to the beat. “Could’ve Been” is one for the ladies who are moving on from the broken promises but still keeping it sexy. Dri Jack is dropping right in time for the movement where women are about putting themselves first and exuding that fierce feminine energy. And she makes it very clear in part of the chorus when she says,

“​​I can’t think about what could’ve been/ No more reaching out to you again/Hearts crying out /But you ain’t hit me back .”

To add even more to the 90s vibe, in scenes from the music video, Jack is wearing a long dress in a dark setting, but standing barefoot in the water, pouring out her feelings- her version of not chasing “waterfalls?” She is with her man in the video, but she is also letting him know how she feels. He joins her close to the end of the video in the water scene, but she grabs his hand for a quick moment before walking away and leaving him alone.

Another interesting scene of the video is the room full of floating flowers. Jack sits on a mustard-colored couch while singing the lyrics.

“Could’ve Been,” is available on all streaming platforms and will is featured on Jack’s EP, “The Other Side.”

Listen to “Could’ve Been,”  and the accompanying  video by Dri Jack below:

 

About Dri Jack
Dri Jack brings a fresh yet classic sound to the industry, authentically. Hailing from the Southside of Atlanta, “The Princess of College Park” is the next big thing coming out of the city. She’s already made her mark in Atlanta producing and directing shows in Atlanta’s beloved Masquerade and CenterStage. Dri Jack is an all-around musical talent and vocal powerhouse.

Her impact on the industry is being noticed, as she was one of four winners of the Issa Rae’s Raedio Creators Program supported by Google designed to provide underrepresented independent artists with more resources as well as bring more representation of women of color in the music industry. The initiative is a part of Google’s efforts to create more opportunities for underrepresented voices in entertainment. As a winner, she received funding and resources while maintaining full ownership of the music that she creates within the program, as well as a consultation from the Raedio team.

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