Jessie Reyez Drops The Bedroom-Ready ‘Imported’ Featuring JRM

Jessie Reyez

Jessie Reyez is releasing all seven tracks from her Being Human In Public EP and is about to have a lot of babies named after her thanks to her latest single, the ultra sexy “Imported.” Teaming up with singer JRM, “Imported” takes the love out of sex and focuses on the upside of hook ups.

Infusing an early 1990s bass line, Reyez’s growl is at its best on the new track, which is begging to be played on repeat.

“Imported” is Reyez’s latest impressive collaboration, following “F**k Being Friends,” “Apple Juice,” “Dear Yessie,” “Sola,” and “Bodycount,” which featured guest vocals from Normani and Kehlani.

The Canadian singer also scored a huge duet partner when she was asked to appear on two songs from Eminem’s surprise album Kamikaze. In an interview with MTV’s Sway, Em praised the young singer, saying he predicts that Reyez will be one of the biggest artists in music. We don’t always agree with Marshall Mathers, but in this case we definitely do.


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@eminem Thank you for fucking wit me. @realsway

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Jessie is up for two MTV EMA awards this year, including Best New Artist and Best Push. The 2018 MTV EMA air Sunday, November 4 at 8 p.m. ET on MTV. Head here to cast your vote now for Best Canadian Artist, with Alessia Cara, Arcade Fire, Drake, Shawn Mendes, and The Weeknd all nominated.

The iHeartRadio MMVAs nominee kicks off her Being Human On Tour dates next week in Edmonton on October 11, with the tour including stops in Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Vancouver, and London.


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Being Human On Tour. On-Sale Friday Sep 7. 10am. #Beinghumanontour

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