Justina Valentine – ‘JUST’

Justina Valentine is back, with her new single, ‘Just’, as well as the accompanying video. The track sees Justina sharing her story on how she deals with hardships and overcoming adversity.

New Jersey native Justina doesn’t shy away from the hard stuff in her latest song, where she portrays the negativity and hate that she and so many others face on a day to day basis. She writes a letter to her past self, taking the listener deep into her journey, and the track portrays with powerful imagery her emotional turmoil, as she tries to deal with the opposition she has faced while pursuing her passions. As an artist, it is challenging to block out those who want to see you fail, nonetheless, Valentine has faced these tests and has proven to everyone that her drive is greater than all of the people who doubt her.

‘Just’ does more than simply spotlight the negative aspects of dealing with emotional distress, it also sheds a positive life on what life may become once you are able to push past pure despair. In the final verse of ‘Just’, Valentine shares all the possibilities and opportunities that she has after battling through her tough times. It highlights all the success that Valentine has had the past few years, most notably, being a fan favorite on MTV’s ‘Wild ‘N Out’. Valentine’s social reach and influence is growing dramatically by the day, becoming a name that people across the globe are familiar with. The final verse in “Just” goes a step further to discuss what life will be like a decade later, with a family. There is a light at the end of the tunnel.

Find out more about Justina Valentine from her official website, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

Justina Valentine- JUST [Feminem]

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