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Jessica Foxx Was "Never Meant to Be" in the Shadows.

Jessica Foxx is here with her newest single, "Never Meant to Be"!

Humbly raised in a small farm town in Connecticut, Jessica Foxx had not so small dreams for herself growing up. She started dancing and performing at the young age of 3, and began taking voice lessons and acting classes shortly after. In 2014, she decided to take the leap and move to Los Angeles to pursue her passion to be an artist. She enrolled in the Vocal Performance program at the well renowned Musicians Institute in Hollywood, CA, and started to release her original music in 2016. 

A perfect cocktail of electro pop and dark pop, Foxx is paving a new and edgier path in the world of pop music. With or without modern pop production, her voice is unbelievably refreshing. Tongue-in-cheek, gutsy songwriting is what puts Jessica Foxx in the ranks of the new pop generation. 

Completely independent, Foxx has made some great connections over the years. Her debut single “Heartbreak Tastes Like Summer” was co-written with the upcoming songwriter/artist, Leland, who has since written for acts like Selena Gomez, Troye Sivan, and Sabrina Carpenter. She co-wrote her single “Cake” with BMG songwriter Jeremy Thurber (Meghan Trainor, Trisha Paytas), and was mastered by Randy Merrill (Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry) at Sterling Sound in New York City. Her latest single “Bali” has reached over 100k streams on Spotify, consisting of 63 countries around the world.

While she is confidently vulnerable with every song, her main focus is to connect with her fans and build a genuine community around her music. She may be on the road to Billboard success, but she refuses to let that distract her from what’s most important, her fans. Throughout her social media, you can tell that Foxx is very interactive with her fan base, the "Foxx Mafia”, and devotes time to connect with them on a daily basis.

Her newest single, "Never Meant to Be", makes you want to dance anywhere that you listen to it! Its strong beats and addicting vocals leaves you craving more.


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