6 Songs, 18 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

A pendulum swing of self-confidence from her previous release, 2018's Selfless, the Arizona singer’s Myself EP is all about looking out for number one, even when it doesn’t come easy. Ledé’s silky voice and laidback beats are instant mood-setters, from the acoustic-guitar-driven vulnerability ballad “Heavy” to the sultry slap of the Offset collaboration “Bouncin”—a club number that could do double duty as a bubble bath soundtrack. But the highlight here is “EX,” a midtempo groove about hanging on to an old flame. Let she who has not sent her ex an ill-advised late-night text cast the first stone.

EDITORS’ NOTES

A pendulum swing of self-confidence from her previous release, 2018's Selfless, the Arizona singer’s Myself EP is all about looking out for number one, even when it doesn’t come easy. Ledé’s silky voice and laidback beats are instant mood-setters, from the acoustic-guitar-driven vulnerability ballad “Heavy” to the sultry slap of the Offset collaboration “Bouncin”—a club number that could do double duty as a bubble bath soundtrack. But the highlight here is “EX,” a midtempo groove about hanging on to an old flame. Let she who has not sent her ex an ill-advised late-night text cast the first stone.

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