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  • Rachael Bach

Review: "Narcissistic" - Jade LeMac

“Narcissistic” by Jade LeMac is sultry electropop perfection, with an addicting melody and clever lyrics. It’s refreshing to hear a song from a villainous point of view, unapologetically owning up to her toxicity in the relationship, but calling out the fact that the other person isn’t fully innocent either. Seductive lyrics such as “It gets so hot when I’m picking a fight/Call me crazy and I’ll show you you’re right /Say you love me then I’ll bite” reel the listener despite knowing her bad intentions, which beautifully parallels the way her lover can’t resist her either. When listening to LeMac sing “I’ll stay narcissistic/You could be my victim” you can’t help but volunteer to be her victim, even knowing what she’s doing is wrong.

The track features an upbeat and energetic tempo, with electronic elements and a driving rhythm. The production incorporates synthesizers and a pulsating beat, giving it an edgy and seductive feel. The distorted vocal effects, particularly in the chorus, add a layer of detachment and defiance, reinforcing the idea that LeMac is unapologetic about her actions. She builds anticipation with beat drops before the chorus, which also adds the edgy vibes created in the song. This accompanies lyrics like “I get so bored when I try to be nice,” playing with tension that mirrors the emotions she creates in the song. The bold, dark, and energetic production effectively captures the theme of defiance and empowerment created by a villainous narrative.

At just 19 years old, Jade LeMac from Vancouver is a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist breaking genre boundaries with her unique sound. Proud of her half-Asian heritage and connection to the 2SLGBTQ+ community, Jade's upbringing in a multicultural family on Canada's Vancouver Island fueled her passion for music. She gained early recognition on Instagram, later harnessing TikTok's power with 1.2 million followers. In 2021, she released her debut single "Constellations," an unconventional love song, accumulating nearly 30 million streams. The track's success led to a deal with Arista Recordings in 2022, resulting in her first EP, also titled "Constellations," in February 2023. Recognized by GLAAD and featured in Teen Vogue, Jade continues to make waves with her second EP, "Confessions," and the 2024 release of her track "Narcissistic."

Written By Rachael Bach



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