JMSN Continues To Tease The 'Blue' Album : Releases 'Beautiful Torture' Appears On 'Lowkey' Remix

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JMSN is busy getting ready to release yet another album titled, "Blue," and with that comes some new music as he releases "Bad Torture" and appears on the remix of Rochelle Jordan's "Lowkey."

The R&B sleeper sensation JMSN has been hard at work and gave his fans an early taste of his new music. JMSN took to Twitter to share his track "Bad Torture," which is one of his smooth love songs that are reminiscent of the early days of R&B. He has a very old school style of producing his music that gives it a rare authenticity and puts listeners in the 90's era of the genre.

JMSN has also released a few snippets from the project via Twitter and YouTube further enticing fans with the new music.

He is giving them a little taste of what they can expect on the album and building a buzz for the release.

Along with "Bad Torture," JMSN also appeared on the remix of Rochelle Jordan's "Lowkey." The singer from Toronto also hold the ability to tap into the nostalgic feel of 90's R&B. She is comparable to Aaliyah and listeners will understand why once they listen to her delivery.

JMSN adds a verse to the song and creates a duet that is worthy of a late night listen.

"It's been a while since we posted anything from Toronto songstress Rochelle Jordan," says, "with her last post dating back to 2013, with a "Good Ones Go" freestyle.

Nonetheless we've seen her pop up with fellow Toronto artists, such as on PartyNextDoor's 'Rain' remix and Illangelo's 'What The Fuss.'"

Listen to both tracks below.