It is so refreshing to know that Jazmine Sullivan is back on the music scene and stronger than ever. The Grammy nominated power house joined in on the fun with NPR‘s acoustic music series Field Recordings and revealed “Stupid Girls” live at a New Orleans barber shop. Her timing couldn’t have been better with this song. She is letting women know that: “Boys have toys too, they call them Stupid Girls.”
“Stupid Girls” single follows the great release of “Dumb” featuring Meek Mill and it will be another wonderful song featured on Ms. Sullivan’s upcoming album.
Frannie Kelly Of NPR Had this to say:
“A few blocks from New Orleans’ Superdome, just off Canal Street, there’s a barber shop called Clear-Vue, which has been in business since 1948. While we were in the city for the Essence Music Festival, we asked Jazmine Sullivan to meet us there. When she walked in, patrons and barbers alike were wary. But they knew who she was, and when she began to sing, wearing her powerhouse instrument lightly, everyone ceded her a floor that had been previously occupied by a heated debate about college football. To a roomful of captivated men, she sang a brand new song, “Stupid Girls,” that warns women to be careful with their heart.”
Enjoy her live performance and new song below:
The hype has definitely escalated with this song. It is sure to be another hit under Ms. Sullivan’s belt.
Story By: @Marquita Cheron