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We're obsessing over Jacquie Lee's Broken Ones EP

Take a break from listening to the same artists on repeat and pop in your headphones for this singer who will blow you away in no time. Jacquie Lee is an up and coming singer who will give you goosebumps from her first note. You may remember Jacquie as a runner-up on Season 5 of The Voice. And while she may not have won the competition, this chick is still winning over our hearts.

Jacquie’s new Broken Ones EP released today, Oct. 21, and we can’t stop listening to it! The lead single has already accumulated over 6 million plays on Spotify and has become one of the most requested songs on Radio Disney, proving even more that Jacquie is well on her way to becoming the next “It” girl in music.

We got a chance to listen to Broken Ones before it dropped, and we’ll be the first to say that this 17-year-old has a voice well beyond her years. Read on for our complete review.

“Broken Ones”

We knew from the moment we heard it that this song would need to be replayed over and over again. Jacquie’s voice is so fresh and new that it makes us want to sing along before we even know all the words.

Check out Jacquie’s live performance of “Broken Ones” below…

“Tears Fall”

What we love in here is Jacquie’s ability to portray real emotions and thoughts and to sing about them honestly. Talk about relatable. This chorus is infectious and will be stuck in your head all day.

“Drown Me In Your Love”

This song has a faster beat than the rest, which will get you up and dancing in no time. We’ve also come to conclusion that this has a very Demi Lovato vibe and can’t help but dream of these two collaborating together in the future. 

“Right Love”

This Chrisina Perri-esque jam really showcases Jacquie’s incredible vocal range. Slow in the beginning, it builds into the chorus, and we can’t help but mention this might be our favorite track.

“Girls Just Want To Have Fun”

Jacquie makes the classic song her own by adding a slower tempo that showcases her style perfectly. This haunting cover is able to recreate the meaning of the song and demonstrates that Jacquie is more than just an amazing singer.

Don’t forget to pick up a copy of Jacquie Lee’s EP Broken Ones (available now), then come back and share your thoughts.

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by Caitlin Moynihan | 2/1/2016