“…she found her voice in the world of R&B and has since become one of the UK scene’s most illustrious names.” – Wonderland

Jaz Karis is a force to be reckoned with in soul music.” – BET

“…a fierce vocal talent.” – Line of Best Fit

Nice Girls’ sees Jaz and Mahalia explore the vulnerable honesty that comes in the wake of a breakup. On the chorus Jaz declares, “nice girls they lose, I can’t get caught up falling for you”. Jaz and Mahalia’s ethereal voices mix and layer seamlessly as they float across the track. Of the track Jaz says: “This song is about karma. This song is about how it feels now being on the other side of the story & why good girls never win. A collaboration of two hurt lover girls – I love this song so much because everyone has felt like this at some point.”

Mahalia adds: “I have been a lover of Jaz’s music for so long that I still can’t believe we didn’t have a song
together until now. When she sent me ‘Nice Girls’, I knew immediately that it would be the perfect one to duet on. It’s a moment for two women to share the pain over a lost love. I couldn’t be happier to be a part of this record

The new single follows an exciting start to 2024 for Jaz. Earlier this year Jaz received her first ever MOBO Award nomination for Best R&B/Soul Act, and quickly followed up with her first single of the year ‘MET YOU AT A BAR’ featuring Tone Stith. The sensual tune and accompanying retro-inspired music video chronicle a relationship that gets off to a rocky start in a smoky billiards bar.

About Jaz Karis

Jaz Karis needs no introduction. A key player in the UK’s flourishing music scene, her widely-lauded COLORS performance of “Petty Lover” instantly established her as one of the most exciting emerging artists that year. As of today, the video has amassed over 16M+ views and stands as one of the channel’s most acclaimed videos. It’s been an upward trajectory since – 100M+ global streams, touring with the likes of RAYE, Tom Misch and Stonebwoy, and deservedly two sold-out headline shows of her own. In 2020 she shocked her fans and music lovers alike, revealed as the lead vocal on award-winning producer Juls’ hit-track ‘Soweto Blues’ – a moment which saw her step out of her comfort zone and into the world of Afrobeats and Soulful House. Delivering amaturer sound both vocally and sonically, her fourth EP ‘Dear Jaz’ released in 2022, was an intentional leap forward from her earlier output. An introspective letter to the past, present and future version of herself, it was Jaz as she’d never been heard before.


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