Brooklyn artist, Hadassah introduces us to her own unique brand of soul fused with jazz sensibilities. Her prowess is deliver an experiential story while fusing jazz, soul, and R&B on a minimalist backdrop. Her latest effort is a mellow, somewhat sombre track titled “Pseudo” which really encapsulate her vocal prowess under three minutes. Soothing yet mind gripping, “Pseudo” is a solid blend of jazzy and left field elements.
After completing a Bachelor’s degree, she chose to return to her passions and commit to music entirely, releasing two EPs, ‘Lexicon of Love’, and ‘Lead Balloon’. Following her mother’s death, she delved deeper into her art and released her latest EP, ‘Oakmere Drive’, earlier this year. The EP is laced with nostalgic undertones, combining dark stories with beautiful musical aesthetics and imagery. True to her artistry, ‘Oakmere Drive’ is a play with duality, of light and dark, balancing heavy themes with minimalist vibes paralleled with a muted melancholic rhythm.