Jace Metz has an amazingly inspiring voice right now, the vibes are stronger than ever, and as an artist – his fusion of pop, RnB and hip-hop feels beautiful.
“Bad girl make you run” is a completely uplifting and musically organic song that deals with love, trust, and lust. The perfect combination of three elements makes the track bright and infectious. The first is writing – it’s melodic, accessible, relatable and easy to remember. The second is Jace Metz’s voice, who delivers a flawless performance full of soul and style and confidence, meeting the laid-back mood set by the hip-hop vibe but still delivering plenty of passion and energy.
There’s something immediately captivating about this video, the simplicity of it in no way affects the strength – on the contrary, this single-scene style of the film draws your focus to (and keeps it on) the central character; a part played so authentically that every emotion and every idea is expressed with the entire body – as opposed to merely by the lyrics.
As the song progresses, a few small details seem to add to the strength of the soundscape – a touch of rhythm, organically, and some distant vocal chords that add that vibe and that soulful authenticity in a subtle but effective way. Everything about the song is thoughtfully incorporated, it’s simple, and organic – as stated – you can visualize this being performed right in front of you. Jace Metz carries the song and its underlying emotion in an effortlessly powerful way, so much so that by the time the track ends, you miss it. That feeling of movement and overcoming is empowering, energizing with ease – it makes you want to get up and do something positive; Step forward and be the change you want to see.
Relationships are rarely all smiles and selfies as often portrayed. Jace Metz’s sense of realism is refreshing, and that empowering element runs deep. He congratulates the other half, but he knows he has the right angle; Enough to admit his own misjudgments—to admit mistakes, to be grateful for the opportunity to grow, and finally, to be glad to have that broader perspective. The song builds slowly but surely, and it’s completely satisfying in the process. The hook is powerful and is what sticks in your mind after listening. The future is bright for Jace Metz, I can’t wait to hear more.