Singer Jacnique Nina Swoons of Sensual Gratitude on “Invincible”


Jacnique Nina
(Siren Fire Music Works)

A Song reflection by A. Scott Galloway

Los Angeles’ siren of sultry Miz Jacnique (pronounced “zha-NEEK) Nina kittenishly crawls back into your eardrums with a flutter she calls “Invincible,” a self-penned song about all the sexy ways she plans to show her gratitude for getting a second chance to love someone from whom she hastily walked away. Winner of a 2013 Los Angeles Music Award for “Jazz Artist of the Year,” Jacnique’s specialties are songs of sensuality and spirit. Over a spacey track of percussive sexual healing and cloud cruising guitars, Jacnique works the feminine allure of her instrument – in leads and overdubbed backgrounds – for a single that can be an oasis from the mundane over the airwaves. “Invincible” is lifted from her fifth and latest CD, Eternal Love, top-shelf Grown Folks’ Music for your pensive hours of life and love struggles AND your elastic moments of passion, sealed with Sunday Morning in Island Paradise Praise. As such, it is guaranteed to lift your spirit and your libido…with simultaneous assurance.

A. Scott Galloway
Music Editor
The Urban Music Scene
September 19, 2016