Jay Isaiah never ceases to impress, with a steady output of tracks that apply the boldness of modern R&B and Hip-Hop with deep insight and introspection. In his new single “Stole My Love,” Jay grapples with the lingering effects of a disastrous relationship.
The melodic, undeniably catchy track is paired with gorgeous visuals in a music video, effectively and intimately portraying the torment and dire need to move on that Jay details in his lyrics. While scenes with warm color pallets or more neutral grays are sprinkled throughout the video, likely representing the aspects of optimism and confusion present in the song’s dilemma, the most striking visual moments involve chilling darkness and an overbearingly blue color scheme that perfectly accentuate the drama of the track’s contents.
This is the kind of personal and relatable yet effortlessly cool type of song that will cut deep in all the right ways and end up stuck on repeat at the top of your playlists.