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Jazmin Bean Shares “Piggie” Produced by Travis Barker

Jazmin Bean has released “Piggie,” the latest single from her upcoming debut album. Travis Barker, the drummer for Blink-182, produced the track.

The song is an anti “grooming” manifesto, taking aim at unhealthy age-gap relationships. It is a strong statement by Jazmin Bean. For an early single to come out swinging this hard shows the non-binary artist pulls no punches. The lyrics are meaningful but catchy, and backtracked by a beautiful soundscape of jangly guitars and punchy drums.

According to the READDORK publication, Jazmin said the following regarding the single.

“When I got out of rehab, I looked back at pictures of myself and saw the events that were happening around me at the time. I was three months clean and had lots of realizations about my life. I didn’t want to combat it with a sad song. Instead, I’m poking fun at some of the men I met at the time. Piggie is the closest track to the Worldwide Torture era, so I wanted to bridge the gap between the old and new sound. But honestly, what’s coming next… I’m not even ready for.”

The music video for “Piggie” is visually in tune with the message of the track. It balances surrealism and reality. Jazmin’s creepy fanged original art makes appearances, but so do old men as backup dancers.

Several of the music video’s Youtube comments are by fans who experienced the kind of toxic relationship described. Grooming is a sad part of our society but music like this allows young people to identify themselves and persevere with likeminds. Much of Jazmin’s music bares their soul regarding their difficult past. But their music is their way forward to a brighter future.

Currently, the upcoming album is not titled. Jazmin’s debut EP, Worldwide Torture, was released in 2020. Hits like “Hello Kitty,” “Yandere” and “Princess Castle” earned Jazmin a place on the rising tide of eclectic alternative pop stars.

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