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iamchelseaiam Tells the Ugly Truth About Love in New “Won’t” Music Video

 

R&B singer-songwriter iamchelseaiam releases a music video of her  recent single titled “Won’t“, which tells the ugly truth about love. Directed by Lost Footage, this new visual accompanies the 2019 single “Won’t”. With bright dream-like production, iamchelseaiam sings the woes of a woman who is tired of being unappreciated. The repeating phrase “You’re really going to make some girl happy one day but it won’t be me” is honest, vulnerable, and exactly a feeling that many can relate to.

Iamchelseaiam’s writing style and ability to communicate emotion affectively is reminiscent of the glory associated with 90’s R&B. She considers Alex Isley, Gwenn Bunn, and Ari Lennox to be musical peers of a similar style. The newly released music video depicts how selfishness is the ultimate poison in relationships. When the boyfriend she has always supported fails to support her, Iamchelseaia resolves to move on and not waste her love any longer.

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As if all this weren’t enough, iamchelseaiam is preparing to release her new album, “A Beautiful Struggle”, at the end of this month. Along with the video, the album preorder and pre-save have just been launched. iamchelseaiam is a fully independent singer and songwriter in New York City and we are looking forward to her upcoming album “A Beautiful Struggle”. Preorder the upcoming album and make sure you check out the new music video for “Won’t” now on YouTube.

 

For more information on iamchelseaiam,

visit ​http://www.iamchelseaiam.com/​, https://twitter.com/iamchelseaiam​, https://www.instagram.com/iamchelseaiam/​, and https://www.facebook.com/iamchelseaiam

Natalie is a journalism major with a focus on Entertainment and Music who aspires to become a Content Creator For Honk Magazine. Eventually, she wants to be the Publisher or Editor-in-Chief of a major Publishing House. She loves helping people find their voice and passion for writing and journalism, and she can always be found with coffee in hand, editing another article.

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