Music Review: Jenny J Nam releases “Not A Second Glance”

Laura Campbell
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When you take a little bit of rock, a whole lot of pop, toss in some contemporary polish and add just a dash of old fashioned Avril Lavigne, Kelly Clarkson, U2, you get something along the lines of Jenny J Nam’s remarkable new single “Not A Second Glance”.  Jenny J Nam was first discovered on New Rock Stars and has excelled rapidly into the star she is today.

The song features Carly Lyman and has as much zeal and emotion as ever, and while there no visuals  presented to us yet, there’s a rustic, old world charm to the performance that only adds to the essence of the track.


Not A Second Glance has a master mix that is quite generous, but there’s no debating that the vocal track is the most explosive element in the whole of the song. It joins forces and on more than one occasion and slashes through the invisible barrier between artist and audience on the strength of a heavenly groove that is devastatingly handsome and yet free of artificiality. The cosmetics here are excellent and as glittery as anything currently topping the Billboard charts, but the substance of the content is what truly makes this single the treasure chest of tones that it undisputedly is.

If you haven’t heard Jenny J Nam’s  work before, “Not A Glance” is a great way to get acquainted with her seductive sound, which has been all the talk among audiophiles with an ear for Americana in the last year or so. She  has already had her music licenced for the Ellen Show, Getty Image, Amanotes, JoyTunes, Samsung, LG, etc and judging from this new release. The best is certainly yet to come!!!

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