Many times, it becomes all too easy to lose yourself at various points throughout your life. Whether you are wrapped up in studies, a job, or even another person. But, that’s not to say you can’t always find your way back home. Jodi Valentin’s new single “the girl who isn’t scared” is reminiscent of the old saying “What’s lost can always be found.” She wrote it as an ode to the desire to reconnect with herself. Overall, this song is both incredibly nostalgic and beautiful inside and out, from the lyrics to the instrumentals. It is extremely positive and encouraging for all who have lost themselves to simply start on the bath back. You will always find it again.
The song begins with a beautiful ballad on the piano as Jodi enters the verse with her voice singing in a very rich tone. As the verse continues, Jodi incorporates voice layering into the tune with perfection. Everything about this song is mesmerizing, and that beauty is heightened in the chorus as Jodi sings about how she is trying to find her way back to the girl who isn’t scared to be her. The strength of the piano and Jodi’s voice remains consistent through the second verse, where more layers are added to her voice. Throughout its entirety, this song exudes talent, whether it be the crisp musical instruments or Jodi’s soft and clear voice that reaches an impressive range.
Jodi Valentin is a singer and writer originally based in Philadelphia. Throughout her career, she has put out music featured on TNT, CBS, the CW, and BET cable networks, which is a very impressive accomplishment! Recently, Jodi made a big decision and moved to New York City to pursue her dreams as a singer/songwriter. It is here where inspiration struck for her latest single “the girl who isn’t scared,” which is a past version of herself that Jodi hopes to one day become again. Other music Jodi has produced throughout her career includes her single titled “Open Ocean” which has amassed over six hundred thousand streams on Spotify. Jodi creates beautiful music, and we are excited for all her music to come!
Written By Molly Schiff