Samantha Jayne Looks Inwards On New Single, “My Type”

We all have a type! For Samantha Jayne this type happened to be “man children” who constantly left her heart in shambles. Jayne, noticing the worrying trend, sat down to write about it, like any songwriter would. What came out was an all too relatable introspective masterpiece. Jayne’s self expose runs deep, and shows off the art of songwriting in the purest of forms. Jayne beautifully walks the line between personal and relatable, wonderfully showcasing her artistic prowess.

Jayne’s musical aspirations began at a young age, when she would go to her father’s gigs and began to become enamored with all that music had to offer. “Somewhere between the age of 8 and 10,” Jayne realized that music had the potential to be so much more than just a hobby, and told her dad that she wanted to “start taking guitar lessons and see where this thing goes.” As a teenager, Jayne recalls “being terrified to sing in front of anyone,” instead opting to keep her enormous talent a secret, until one day Jayne had the “screw it” moment and decided to let others her voice and story regardless of how nerve-racking it may be.

Jayne’s voice has led her to Nashville where she continues to immerse herself in the ever growing community, and make waves as both an artist and a writer. Jayne cites “badass, strong women” like Stevie Nicks, Taylor Swift, Maren Morris, and Kelsea Ballerini, as big influences who have paved the way and allowed Jayne to become the artist she is today and the artist she hopes to become as she continues to learn and grow throughout her journey.

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