Selina Albright goes deep on new single "Jenny"

(August 13, 2021) Art can be entertaining, but there are some artists who want to make listeners and viewers think while they are taking it all in. Selina Albright is one of those artists. “Jenny,” her latest song, prompts the discussion of whether Albright is having a conversation with herself or with somebody else. The arrangement for “Jenny” falls into a smooth percussion and bass driven groove that is ideal for the kind of conversational vibe that Albright establishes in the tune.

Just who is this “Jenny” that Albright is trying to convince to stop being a co-dependent, who has fallen into the habit of giving so much of herself that there is nothing left? Some hints that Albright drops lyrically could lead the listener to believe that “Jenny” is the name that she has conferred on a co-dependent aspect of her personality that is causing collateral damage in other parts of her life. Maybe Albright is talking to herself in the mirror.

(August 13, 2021) Art can be entertaining, but there are some artists who want to make listeners and viewers think while they are taking it all in. Selina Albright is one of those artists. “Jenny,” her latest song, prompts the discussion of whether Albright is having a conversation with herself or with somebody else. The arrangement for “Jenny” falls into a smooth percussion and bass driven groove that is ideal for the kind of conversational vibe that Albright establishes in the tune.

Just who is this “Jenny” that Albright is trying to convince to stop being a co-dependent, who has fallen into the habit of giving so much of herself that there is nothing left? Some hints that Albright drops lyrically could lead the listener to believe that “Jenny” is the name that she has conferred on a co-dependent aspect of her personality that is causing collateral damage in other parts of her life. Maybe Albright is talking to herself in the mirror.

But then, maybe “Jenny” is the composite of co-dependent, type-A women in her life whom she sees disappearing into the lives of other people, and she is imploring the person to get some help. It works either way, which is the case for most great art. Check out Selina Albright’s “Jenny” here.

By Howard Dukes

Selena Albright – “Jenny”

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