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JEANS Lyrics Jessie Reyez ft. Miguel

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JEANS Jessie Reyez

JEANS Lyrics Jessie Reyez ft. Miguel

[Chorus: Jessie Reyez & Miguel]
You fit
Better than a pair of jeans, baby (Yeah)
Fill me up better than a feast, baby (Yeah)
Don't think I could ever let you leave, baby, yeah
You fit
Like your mama made you just for me, baby (Yeah)
Stroke makin' me forget to breathe, baby
That face lookin' like a seat, baby
Yeah, yeah

[Verse 1: Jessie Reyez & Miguel, Jessie Reyez & Miguel]
Only been about a month but my body been on this is baby daddy, baby
'Cause I might let you do it, I might let you shoot it
'Cause she need some milk (Yeah)
She need somethin' real, real bad (Real what?)
Real bad (Real bad, yeah)
My ego get built up
'Cause I can get you bricked up
Like I'm buildin' a crib up with no effort
We can play house, no pressure
Call me mama, I'll call you papa (Yeah)
We can pop off
We can pause if you need it

[Pre-Chorus: Jessie Reyez & Miguel]
I get conceited when you say that she the best, say it again
She the best (Say it again)
She the best (Say it again)
She the best
Take me to bed (Yeah)

[Chorus: Jessie Reyez & Miguel]
'Cause you fit (Yeah)
Better than a pair of jeans, baby (Ooh-ooh)
Fill me up better than a feast, baby
Don't think I could ever let you leave, baby (Yeah, yeah, oh)
You fit
Like your mama made you just for me, baby (Mama made you just for me, baby)
That stroke makin' me forget to breathe, baby (Breathe)
That face lookin' like a seat, baby
Yeah, yeah

[Verse 2: Miguel]
The atoms between us have melted away, and we're one tonight
When I see the way of your eyes, I know I, I'm doin' it right (Yeah)
I love how you coach me when I'm close to the peak (Yeah)
And I feel you growin', my love, how you hold back for me (Yeah)

[Pre-Chorus: Miguel & Jessie Reyez]
I get conceited when you say that I'm the best, say it again
You the best (Say it again)
You the best (Say it again)
You the best (Say it again)
Take me to bed

[Chorus: Jessie Reyez & Miguel, Jessie Reyez]
You fit (Baby)
Better than a pair of jeans, baby (Better than a pair of jeans, baby)
Fill me up better than a feast, baby (Better than a feast, baby)
Don't think I could ever let you leave, baby (Don't think I could ever let you leave, baby)
Yeah, yeah, yeah (Yeah, yeah, yeah)
And you fit (You fit, yeah, yeah)
Like your mama made you just for me, baby (Just for me, baby)
That stroke makin' me forget to breathe, baby (Ooh, ooh)
That face lookin' like my favorite seat, baby

[Outro: Jessie Reyez]
Just for me, baby
Yeah, yeah, yeah

Video Of JEANS Song

Song Credit:–

Song:– JEANS
Singer:– Jessie Reyez
Featuring:- Miguel
Producer:– Jeff “Gitty” Gitelman & The Monsters & Strangerz
Written:– Jessie Reyez, Miguel, Jeff “Gitty” Gitelman, Jordan K. Johnson & Stefan Johnson
Released:– August 18, 2023

About Jessie Reyez:–

Jessie Reyez is a Canadian singer-songwriter known for her powerful and emotive vocals, as well as her soulful and genre-blending music. Here's more about her career:

Born on June 12, 1991, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Jessie Reyez first gained recognition for her unique voice and raw songwriting. Key points about her career include:

Debut and Breakthrough: Jessie Reyez gained attention with her debut single "Figures" in 2016. The song showcased her distinctive voice and vulnerability, and it quickly garnered praise from both critics and listeners.

Music Style: Reyez's music often blends elements of R&B, pop, hip-hop, and soul. Her songs frequently delve into personal experiences, relationships, and emotions.

EPs and Projects: She released her debut EP, "Kiddo," in 2017, which further solidified her place as an emerging artist to watch. She followed it up with other EPs, including "Being Human in Public."

Critical Acclaim: Jessie Reyez's music and songwriting have earned her acclaim for her authenticity, lyrical depth, and ability to connect with listeners on an emotional level.

Collaborations: Reyez has collaborated with various artists across genres. She's known for her collaborations with musicians such as Eminem ("Good Guy") and Calvin Harris ("Hard to Love").

Awards and Nominations: Her work has received recognition with awards and nominations, including Grammy nominations and other industry accolades.

Social Advocacy: In addition to her music, Jessie Reyez has used her platform to speak out about important issues, including women's rights and immigration.

Albums and Continued Success: She released her debut studio album, "Before Love Came to Kill Us," in 2020, showcasing her growth as an artist and a more refined sound.

About Miguel:–

Miguel, whose full name is Miguel Jontel Pimentel, is an American singer, songwriter, and record producer known for his versatile and innovative approach to R&B, pop, and soul music. Here's more about his career:

Born on October 23, 1985, in Los Angeles, California, Miguel first gained attention in the music industry through his unique blend of genres and distinctive vocal style. Key points about his career include:

Debut and Breakthrough: Miguel's debut album, "All I Want Is You," was released in 2010 and introduced his eclectic sound, blending R&B, funk, rock, and electronic elements. The title track and the single "Sure Thing" from the album gained significant attention.

"Kaleidoscope Dream": His second album, "Kaleidoscope Dream" (2012), further solidified his place in the music scene. The album included hits like "Adorn," which became a critical and commercial success and showcased Miguel's ability to blend modern R&B with soulful melodies.

"Wildheart": In 2015, Miguel released his third studio album, "Wildheart." The album explored themes of sensuality, freedom, and self-discovery. It featured tracks like "Coffee" and "Waves."

Experimental and Genre-Bending: Miguel is known for his willingness to experiment with different sounds and styles, incorporating elements of funk, rock, electronic, and alternative influences into his music.

Live Performances: He is also recognized for his engaging live performances, where he showcases his vocal prowess and dynamic stage presence.

Collaborations and Features: Miguel has collaborated with various artists across genres, contributing his unique voice and style to a range of musical projects.

Subsequent Albums: He continued to release albums, including "War & Leisure" (2017) and "Art Dealer Chic 4" (2021).

Influence: Miguel's innovative approach to R&B has had an impact on the genre, influencing other artists and contributing to the evolution of contemporary R&B music.