• Muzik First


Singer-songwriter Lexi Jayde releases her new single "self sabotage" via Artist Partner Group. The track was written by Lexi with Mikey Ferrari and Nick Ruth and co-produced by Grammy Award winner FINNEAS. "self sabotage" is a vulnerable look into the emotional days following a breakup. Lexi finds hope in her hurting as she sings, "in this moment, I know it really hurts like hell, but I know I'll thank these lonesome nights that led, led me to myself." Accompanied by the vlog-style video Lexi follows as she reflects on her feelings following her breakup and copes with the ups and downs of daily life. The video also includes footage taken from her recent current tour with Clinton Kane. The 22-date run, which kicked off in early April, includes stops in Brooklyn at Music Hall of Williamsburg on May 2nd and Los Angeles at El Rey Theatre on May 12th and 13th. On the new single, Lexi says, "self sabotage' is a special song for me as it dives into a very personal experience I had while dealing with a difficult breakup. I was stuck in a loop of constantly checking my phone, looking at my ex's location, asking the same questions, and was preventing myself from moving on. It took time, but I'm grateful for how much I've grown through that experience. It's helped me become so much more confident in myself." The new single marks the third release this year, following "hate to be you" and the stunning hit "drunk text me." The latter has amassed over 25 million streams and received praise from Zane Lowe, PAPER Magazine, etc.