Jessica Mauboy is prepared for a comeback after a collection of chart flops.
The singer, 33, has teamed up with fellow choose Jason DeRulo from The Voice for her subsequent single, Give You Love.
Mauboy introduced the thrilling collaboration on Instagram, writing, “I’m so excited to finally announce that my new single, Give You Love, featuring my good friend @jasonderulo will be out to you on August 11th.”
She added, “This song is really special and one I’m extremely proud of, and can’t wait for you all to hear it!”
Jessica and Jason will seem collectively on the subsequent season of The Voice Australia.
Jessica Mauboy is prepared for a comeback after a collection of chart flops. The singer, 33, is teaming up with fellow The Voice choose Jason DeRulo for her subsequent single, Give You Love
They will be a part of Rita Ora and Guy Sebastian within the collection, which returns to screens on August 6.
American hitmaker DeRulo replaces longtime coach Keith Urban on the fashionable singing contest.
Meanwhile, Mauboy is most certainly hoping that teaming up with DeRulo will assist her get again on the charts.
Jessica and Jason will seem on the subsequent season of The Voice Australia together with Rita Ora and Guy Sebastian
The former Australian Idol star didn’t crack the ARIA charts along with her final three singles, which noticed her shift her signature high forty sound to a extra subtle disco-oriented course.
Her newest batch of songs have all been launched beneath Warner Music, following Mauboy’s departure from Sony Music after 16 years.
The singer’s final massive hit was the 2019 ballad Little Things, which went double platinum.
The former Australian Idol star didn’t crack the ARIA charts along with her final three singles, which noticed her shift her signature high forty sound to a extra disco-oriented course.
Jessica’s easy single Automatic was one other flop regardless of the large funds music video
Speaking to The Daily Telegraph in 2021, Jessica stated she felt suffocated by her contract with Sony, because the label anticipated her to keep up a sugary pop star picture that didn’t replicate her true character.
“I have a bit of grunge, I have a deeper story, but that has always been obscured. It’s nice to be completely real now,” she admitted.
“I am clearly stronger than before; I have a lot more clarity about where I’m going and what I’m saying in my music,” she added.