Pittsburgh-bred songstress Jaira Burns solidified herself as “One to Watch” in 2017, having supplied us with not one but three utterly killer pop releases: Her summery debut “Ugly,” the moody “Slow Burn,” and oh-so-lit “High Rollin.”
This week, she’s back at it again with her very first release of 2018, “Okokok” – and it’s yet another undeniable earworm.
The upbeat, Noiseclub-produced break-up banger explodes with defiance. “Say ‘no, no, baby, I need you everyday’/ ‘This my last mistake’/ And I’m like OK, OK, OK/ OK, people change/ It don’t matter to me/ I’ma be real good/ And I feel OK, OK, OK, OK,” Jaira declares across the hip-hop-influenced, electro-pop throb.
Get up, feel your fantasy, and say goodbye to that ex-lover. This girl is unbothered and living. Y’all should take notes… ok, ok, ok.