Jennarie Reminds Herself To Stop (You Can Let It Go)

The singer-songwriter shares some free advice with a vibey, motivational track.

Jennarie steps back and lets the feelings flow in her groovy new single Stop (You Can Let It Go) — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

The Montreal-born, Toronto-raised queer pop artist’s sophomore single is a vibey and motivational track that inspires listeners to choose compassion and self-love — while deploying lush vocal stacks and a splash of jazz harmony reminiscent of Yebba and Amy Winehouse.

“I’ve learned to detect the subtle yet potent presence of resentment in my body — a tightening in my chest, a tendency to ruminate on others’ choices or actions (or lack thereof),” says Jennarie.“ Recognizing this, I redirect my focus inward. The opening line, ‘When you point your finger at another, you are pointing at the mirror,’ speaks to the process of healing people-pleasing tendencies and transforming resentment into self-empowerment and love.

Photo by Wade Muir.

“I aim for Stop (You Can Let It Go) to serve as a beacon of empowerment for those grappling with comparison, judgment, and gossip. Drawing from my DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) practice, I hope the song’s themes offer both instruction and comfort to those in need.”

Jennarie first cut her teeth in the Toronto music scene, where she gained a powerful stage presence by performing regular live shows all over town. She’s continued to make waves and build a strong name for herself in the years since. For Stop, she enlisted producer Nick Tateishi, who recently worked on singer and songwriter Francois Klark’s Juno-nominated 2022 sophomore album Adventure Book, and is known for his work with the likes of Clerel, Hillari and Kiki Rowe, to name a few.

Check out the Stop (You Can Let It Go) above, hear more from Jennarie below, and visit her on hero Jennarie’s website, Instagram, Facebook and TikTok.


Photo by Wade Muir.