'Maybe I'll' by Jason Bembry is vulnerable yet electrifying.
Jason Bembry, a New York City native of 25 years, is no stranger to the music industry. Thanks to a comprehensive foundation in piano, music theory, and composition, the solo artist strives to incorporate his classical, jazz, and new-age interests into his written compositions, where he exhibits a wide spectrum of sounds, from stripped-down piano ballads to orchestrations in full bloom. While pursuing his music degree in Piano Performance, Jason has performed in front of sold-out audiences across New York, and his music has been featured on the award-winning web series 'Strings Attached.' Jason's most recent release is 'Maybe I'll,' an electro-infused pop song that explores fragility, friendships, and loyalty in those ties, turning it into a heart-warming, feel-good, uplifting electropop single worthy of charts.
When speaking about the new single, Jason shares:
“‘My new single ‘Maybe I’ll’ is a new style of production for me. Electronic pop was the only way I heard this song, so I knew I had to transition in order to write this one. I came up with the idea after a conversation with my friend who, after losing someone close to them, was afraid I would leave them too. They were too tired to cry or even talk about how they felt. So, I reassured them that I wasn’t going anywhere and that it was okay to let your emotions out. This song is that conversation. “
Jason Bembry's brand of pop is unquestionably ear-catching, particularly when it showcases Jason's remarkable and increasingly explicit vocal abilities, which are packed with a profound sense of deep thought, and embrace of everything from the positive to the negative. With the next step for this artist to adopt personal experiences and learning into his music, the single ‘Maybe I’ll’ is definitely a great start.