Jerrica White – ‘I Don’t Know Who You Are’

Born in Washington DC, and raised in Virginia, R&B singer songwriter Jerrica White has been in and out of the music business since she was eight years old. Always a passionate and fierce performer, Jerrica credits her parents for influencing her love for music at such a young age. She started writing music and crafting her own sound at the age of 11, and had her first taste of stardom when she began performing around the Washington DC metropolitan area. Since that time, her passion for performing has only become stronger: and on her new single, ‘I Don’t Know Who You Are’, she holds nothing back.

‘I Don’t Know Who You Are’ is filled with dreamy rhythms and intense drum beats that add another element of depth to the already rich and velvety sound. The production pulls the listener into a musical trance, while Jerrica takes us on an emotional roller coaster throughout the lyrics.

The song describes a relationship that’s on the way out, yet Jerrica is the only one who seems to realise it. Delivering with class a heart-breaking topic, Jerrica sees that the relationship was one-sided and how she doesn’t recognise her significant other anymore, and she conveys her emotion with a striking honesty.

The accompanying video opens with Jerrica sitting tall on her throne as the music expands. Her phone is pressed hard to here ear, as she sings, while her lover tries to remain discreet with his other woman. We see Jerrica within the walls of a sumptuous mansion, yet all that luxury is not enough to save the relationship. She sings to the camera, and behind the scenes, her boyfriend is brought to her so she can tell him how she really feels. The only way to know what happens next is to watch until the very end.

Watch ‘I Don’t Know Who You Are’ below and follow Jerrica on Instagram.

Jerrica White - I Don't Know Who You Are (Official Music Video)

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