Justy’s New Single “Rinse, Repeat, Regress” Is A Humble Reflection on Break-Ups

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The lovely and talented Justy, based in Staten Island, has released yet another touching track entitled Rinse, Repeat, Regress, which reflects on break-ups and and being stuck with just yourself to start healing trauma from the inside out.

This beam of light hopped onto an IG Live to connect with fans over the release and answer some questions about RRR. She had taken a trip to New Orleans to get grounded, connect with love, and celebrate herself, and we got a little sneak peak into that special moment of hers.

In the Live Justy shared that her favorite lyrical line from the new song is: “I don’t wanna use my daddy issues as a flex.” This truly shows the grit and dedication Justy has to do her best at being a human being, always on a mission to be whole. Her creative flow manifests in the sweet melodies of the chorus and personable and poetic bars she raps in the verses over a lo-fi beat and beachy guitar strums.

Rinse, Repeat, Regress leaves us with an honest and encouraging message: “Life is more than what you make it seem. Gotta learn to love myself because I never leave.” It is now available on all streaming platforms!

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  1. […] With Benefits. The record features singles, “Cool,” “Expectations,” “Rinse, Repeat, Regress,” “123,” and “The Get Out,” all of which she had teased to her fans […]

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