Jazmine Sullivan hasn’t dropped a song since 2017, but with her latest release the songstress shows she hasn’t missed a beat.
“Lost One” is a heart-wrenching ballad exploring a post-break scenario that leaves Sullivan pleading for her ex to “Try not to love no one.” Several lyrics from the song have resonated with fans who have taken to Twitter with full quotes and streams of tears.
Before and After listening to Lost One by Jazmine Sullivan…. pic.twitter.com/C9KyVkvOu9
— Jill Scott Jr. 😘 (@princessTThere) August 28, 2020
Jazmine Sullivan: Just don’t have too much fun without me. Please don’t forget about me.
— PFabbbb. (@KeepnItKosher) August 28, 2020
"And if its too late, I understand, sometimes It's Too late to make amends." -Jazmine Sullivan 2020 pic.twitter.com/a6qpHcYyMX
— Jaeda🦋👑 (@jaejay626) August 28, 2020
Jazmine Sullivan didn’t have to do us like that.
Me 30 secs into the song: pic.twitter.com/iH0StAuX48
— Try Jesus, not me. Cause I 👊🏾👊🏽 (@nicolebritt) August 28, 2020
Jazmine Sullivan really got me in my damn feelings over this song. Where is my damn blunt. pic.twitter.com/maeNNoX2sG
— jay. (@jalenrayy) August 28, 2020
Jazmine thanked fans for their support of the song and explained that the song was appropriate for the moment because, “In an instant, especially now we could all lose the closest people to us. Make sure they know how u feel!”
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THANK U EVERYONE FOR THE LOVE SO FAR! I know “lost one” is hella stripped n short. It just felt like the most appropriate offering from the EP considering everything that’s happening these days! In an instant, especially now we could all lose the closest people to us. Make sure they know how u feel! Make sure u appreciate them while they’re here!! Tho this song is abt an ended relationship, it makes me think of all the people I’ve lost throughout the years. So I’d like to dedicate it to them.. RIP @tuddasbabyboy @redz31st #kev #MYauntnetta #mustafa #sisstaley love yall❤️🕊🥀
Last time Sullivan hit us with the heat was with 2017’s “Insecure,” a duet with her label-mate Bryson Tiller that appeared on the soundtrack to the second season of Issa Rae’s popular HBO series of the same name. Since then she’s been featured on a couple of songs, but hadn’t release any of her own work until now. And as always, she delivered! Take a listen below…
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