Staring out at the rain with a heavy heart It's the end of the world in my mind Then your voice pulls me back like a wake up call I've been looking for the answer Somewhere I couldn't see that it was right there But now I know what I didn't know Because you live and breathe Because you make me believe in myself when nobody else can help Because you live, girl My world has twice as many stars in the sky Its amazingly wonderful and meaningful which is so uncommon in English songs No offense Brought me to tears because of how sweet this is.
Right Where You Want Me Girl, There's something 'bout me that you ought to know.
Chart-topping pop singer Jesse Mc Cartney stopped by our office the other day and we heard that he did not think he was “cool enough” for PAPER. She and I toured together last summer and I just talked to her a couple weeks ago and I had a couple songs I wrote that I think she’d be awesome recording. I feel like I’m about to land this summer with the release of this song. I don’t know that I feel older than an average 22-year-old.
Though his pop tunes might not be on all of our i Pods, it’s certainly on some (cough –“Beautiful Soul” –cough cough) and we were all excited to meet him in person. I think I need to and have to tap into the 22-year-old every once in a while. I don’t want to rush myself to be this other guy, this older person.
The sounds of his latest album “Departure” shy away from the pop tunes of his past solo albums and showcase the emotions and experiences of a mature adult. But also just musically it’s a big departure…the style of the music. I think overall, it’s just a bit more soulful, which was my biggest goal going into this record. [Laughs] To go along with your album, did you really get “Departure” tattooed on your back? I have a bunch of songs that I’m working on and certainly Leona has opened a lot of doors for me as a writer. Writing…it’s tough though because I’ve been working on my stuff. It hasn’t gone through yet, but I’m working on getting somebody pretty big for my next single. You said before that your music is a little bit R&B influenced. Jesse Mc Cartney: Yeah, I definitely see it getting more and more R&B for sure and in the future.
The vibe of the album is a product of Jesse’s transition into a more R&B style, which is evident on songs such as “How Do You Sleep? I wanted the fans to see and hear the growth and that’s what we did. I’m planning to get someone to feature on my next single. Also, there’s a few other acts on other labels that people have approached me to be featured on their tracks. I feel like part of me wants to be there now, but then there’s that switch in my brain that I have to turn off and remember that I can’t do it all at once.
Simply enchanting even with simple but meaningful lyrics and also make us realize that we have to be thankful that our beloved one is still beside us. The music video is pretty sweet as well This song hits every heart! It does this song so wonderful I know, it's old, but when I listen this song my heart starts beating like a race I love it How Do You Sleep?
With the release of his third solo album this past May, music sensation Jesse Mc Cartney is on his way to Pittsburgh this August and the MANIAC Girls were lucky enough to get him to talk shop.
His new album may be entitled “Departure”, but for him, this is only his arrival. We know that you enjoy songwriting and that you’ve worked in collaboration with Ryan Tedder of One Republic.
We also acknowledge the decision to paint the stair treads red was a good one as it gives a needed jumpy pop of color and further helps to draw attention away from the window situation.
However, as much as we like the charcoal paint and the red stairs, we absolutely loathe the who tend to over-jewel and over-accessorize: After getting dressed, look in the mirror and remove at least one item because too much decoration is simply too much decoration.
He has had quite the career in theater, music, film and TV, been linked to some hot Hollywood starlets like former Beautiful Person, Katie Cassidy and he just turned 22. If there was one thing, I’d like to study history because I want to make films later on in life and there’s a lot of stuff in history I think that hasn’t been captured. It was a great foundation for me and a great way to learn all forms of entertainment. I guess I have experienced a lot more than an average 22-year-old in my life thus far.