T-Juliette’s Labor of Love Is Driving Her Crazy in ‘Spaz Out’

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T-Juliette’s Labor of Love Is Driving Her Crazy in ‘Spaz Out’

The Harlem songstress debuts refreshing R&B vocals on her passionate melody for madness.

Published March 10, 2017

We’ve all been there.

Be it a friend, a lover, a family member, or just someone who’s got your heart strings wrapped tightly around theirs, the fervor of love has the powerful capability to consume even the best of us. But with the entry of Spanish Harlem-native T-Juliette’s “Spaz Out” onto the modern R&B roster, there’s another soulfully-energizing single to help cope with it all.

Stemming from her own pen, “Spaz Out” collects all the emotions of a lover, male or female, who’s sinking deeper and deeper into the unmerciful pull of passion for their significant other — so much that it sends them into mental love overload. Wanting desperately for her lover to understand how bittersweet her intensely afflicting her love truly is. Of the track, she reveals that her connection to the lyrics are drawn directly from her own experiences.

“Spaz Out is a record any woman or man can relate to, being in love and feeling so passionate it almost makes you a little crazy. I write for myself and for the fans. Everything is relatable and from the heart.”

As a singer-songwriter with the pleasure of sharing a studio with Kanye West, Trey Songz, and J. Cole, her vocal and pen talents are making their rounds in remarkable ways. And with grabbing the initiative for her own music artistry, after getting her feet wet in other fields like fashion and criminal justice in college, she’s officially racking up gains for the takeoff of a lasting industry career.

"I had a lot of fun writing ‘Spaz Out’,” she said. “I got all the emotions from a past relationship where I felt I gave my all and was played with like a toy. I'm sure I'm not the only girl that has been crazy in love and acted a bit insane over a guy. I can't wait to share my art with people because it's so real. Every record I've written comes from an experience that either broke me down into pieces or taught me a lesson."

Of her forthcoming debut album, she adds that she’s anticipating the reception from fans as well.

“I can’t wait for everyone to hear this music,” she says of her forthcoming debut album. “I’ve worked so hard and captured a sound that truly defines where I am as an artist. I’m excited to present my hard work. I’m excited to share T. Juliette.

Listen to "Spaz Out" below.

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photo: Jean Claude Olivier)

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