Jessie Reyez Adds Three New Tracks to Deluxe Version of 'Before Love Came to Kill Us'

Tapping Rico Nasty, JID, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie & more.

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GRAMMY Nominated singer-songwriter Jessie Reyez dropped her debut album Before Love Came to Kill Us last week. It was a deeply personal, emotionally resonant project with 14 songs filled with post-break-up scorn, lovelorn ballads and some notable guest features from Eminem and 6lack. Now the Colombian-Canadian star returns with the deluxe version of her debut, adding three new tracks highlighted by the “Ankles” Remix featuring the one and only Rico Nasty and 20-year-old Harlem artist Melii.

Jessie also teams up with Dreamville star JID and A Boogie Wit da Hoodie for “Far Away II” while “Worth Saving” is a solo piano-driven track that fidns the artist grappling with one last effort to save a relationship while wrestling with issues of self-worth.

Stream the full deluxe version below. In more music news, Kid Cudi teased fans with new music with a taste of what to expect on his Entergalactic album.

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