Majid Jordan Returns With Gorgeous New Single “Violet”


Majid Jordan is an incredible r&b duo that rose to prominence in the 2010s. Of course, they were featured on Drake‘s album Nothing Was The Same. Furthermore, they are signed to OVO Sound and continue to be darlings of the r&b space. Overall, they make some great music and their sound is undeniable. Having said that, it should come as no surprise that fans are excited about their next album. It is set to drop on Friday, November 3rd and it is called Good People.

This is a very exciting prospect. Previously, over the course of the past month, they have unveiled two new singles. Today, they unleashed their third, simply called “Violet.” As you will immediately notice, the song is over 7 minutes long. However, the song by no means overstays its welcome. Instead, it provides listeners with an incredible vibey soundscape that will immediately you put your mind at ease during these seasonal changes.

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The track starts with some beautiful looped guitars that are then met with some enthralling synths. The singing is lowkey, however, the chorus comes in with a nice buildup as we get that wobbly autotune that adds texture to the track. Overall, it comes together in a way that has us looking forward to the album. Your r&b playlists are about to get a whole lot better.

Let us know what you think of this new Majid Jordan track, in the comments section down below. Is this your favorite single from them this year? Also, what are your expectations for their album? Additionally, stay tuned to HNHH for the latest news and updates from around the music world. We will be sure to keep you informed of all of the biggest releases from the biggest artists. With about two months to go in 2023, there is still a lot of great music left to come out.

Quotable Lyrics:

I watched the current moving through her
And I regret when I don’t share what I feel
I’m learning when I make the wrong move
Won’t let ’em tell me that this love isn’t real

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