Triple threat LaJune releases single, YA! It’s the follow-up to Go Girl off her new record entitled, Mind. This artist’s prolific sound is reminiscent of an iconic Timbaland track. With senses engaged from jump, the bass notes transform into a melodic yet husky hook. Her words are witty and wise, demonstrating her prowess with a pen.
Her second extended-play provides a glimpse into the psyche of an emerging artist. In addition, this lyracist is the first female inducted into 106 & Park Freestyle Friday Hall of Fame. No stranger to the stage, she has showcased her talents by opening for R&B stars Joe, Case and Chrisette Michele (Grammy winner).
A trilogy of transparency, Mind, was released at the top of the year. Recently, LaJune announced her second video off the third album entitled, What You Got, featuring cinematographer Shaleek Tukes and director Ameer Copper. The visual voyage depicts the conflict of the higher and lower self. On screen, she exudes fierce tenacity and conviction, witnessing social injustices on her television. The opening scene immerses the viewer into a diabolical domain, digesting police brutality against both minorities and women.
Right now, LaJune is moving towards the launch of new projects in parallel with motherhood.