Jessie Reyez Releases Her ‘Being Human in Public’ EP

The seven-track project includes the “Body Count” remix with Normani and Kehlani.

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Jessie Reyez has been slowly rolling out records leading up to her new project, Being Human in Public, however today (Oct. 19), the Toronto native drops her new EP via Public via FMLY / Island. The seven-track project includes the “Body Count” remix with Normani and Kehlani plus previously released hits such as “F*ck Being Friends” Apple Juice,” “Sola” and “Dear Yessie.” Also included on the EP is JRM, who’s featured on “Imported.” Listen to the album below.

The 27-year-old singer and songwriter has been on the road, supporting Halsey’s US tour, and been in collaborations with many notable artists from Eminem to Daniel Caesar. In July, Jessie Reyez spoke to us about her road to success and what perseverance did for her.

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