Los Angeles, CA – International award-winning composer/songwriter Jacquie Joy collaborated with singer Nomi Abadi, lyricist Janet Rebecca Taylor, and vocal recording engineer Keir Schmidt to create the dreamy pop single “You’ll Feel Nothing”. Originally intended for a short scene in a film, Jacquie’s passion project became an anthemic battle cry track with Nomi’s lively and shimmering vocals. An emotional ode about anyone who has ever done you wrong, Jacquie and Janet’s poetic lyrics empower you to celebrate yourself and not let anyone control you. With intoxicating hooks and insightful songwriting, the listener is taken on a journey of self-discovery, eventually rising as a self-empowered warrior. When it’s all said and done, you will walk away feeling encouraged and energized to move forward toward your dreams.
For years, Jacquie has reached people worldwide as the go-to music producer for the Expedia Vacation Travel Guides. The award-winning music composer has been praised for her film scoring/sound design work on many short and feature films and has been nominated twice for a Hollywood Music in Media Award. Now Jacquie has expanded her versatile skill set to writing production music for television and producing a string of dance-pop songs that will light up the European dance clubs and find placements in commercials, shows, or movies.
Jacquie Joy released “You’ll Feel Nothing” featuring Nomi Abadi on all major streaming platforms worldwide on July 11, 2022.
For more information or to conduct an interview, please contact Jacquie Joy at +61 402 853821 or email ellejayjoy
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