A seemingly bottomless well of musical talent, London has now produced Jvck James, a promising vocalist who releases "House is Not a Home" today in an HNHH premiere.
On "House Is Not A Home," James recruits the talents of a particularly nimble-fingered jazz guitarist. Maybe it's a sample? At any rate, this man can shred. The song is about the vagaries and fickleness of love; James ultimately requests that this would-be lover to "tell your feelings to leave me alone." James' lyrics are plain and poetic and let his superb voice carry the song.
Listen to "House Is Not A Home" and follow James on SoundCloud.
Break ups, I can't deal with them
Like come on if you love someone get through with it
I'm just getting to my breaking point
It doesn't feel right
See why would you take her for the fun of it
I just want someone for the love, then
Love and touching making me fall on my face