Jade LeMac - “Meet You in Hell” press photo
Photo by Lindsey Blane

Jade LeMac releases an eerie music video for her dark pop single, entitled, “Meet You in Hell”

Jade LeMac is an 18-year-old singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist based in Vancouver, Canada. Not too long ago, she released an eerie music video for her dark pop single, titled, “Meet You in Hell,” her first official release since signing with Arista Records.

Jade LeMac – “Meet You in Hell” music video

“Filming the ‘Meet You in Hell’ video was such a fun experience. The director, Sterling, and his crew were able to capture some amazing moments that really showcased the emotions and told the story of the song so well. On top of that, the colors, the sets, and the outfits all fit the song so perfectly. I’m so happy with how it came out, and so excited for everyone to be able to see it as well!” – Jade LeMac explained

‘Meet You In Hell’ finds Jade LeMac dissecting the fallout of a toxic relationship. With over 30 million streams and counting, “Meet You In Hell” is the latest addition to Jade’s growing collection of emotive pop tracks that boldly traverse themes of vulnerable introspection and personal empowerment.

Jade LeMac

Jade LeMac - “Meet You in Hell” press photo
Photo by Lindsey Blane

“‘Meet You In Hell’ is a song written about karma, anger, and revenge. Being in a relationship where you’re getting the shorter end of the straw is exhausting and being hurt by a person you care so deeply about is traumatizing. This song is written from the point of view of someone who is tired of being hurt and ends up giving their partner a taste of their own medicine. It encapsulates the feeling of ‘you hurt me? I’ll show you what real pain feels like.’ This song is made for the people who aren’t getting what they deserve.” – Jade LeMac explained

Jade LeMac is on a fast rise among the top new artists to watch. She naturally exists outside of any boxes, and it’s instantly apparent in her music. She takes pride in her half-Asian heritage and connection to the 2SLBGTQ+ community, both of which have largely influenced her ability to bend and break barriers between genres.

Jade LeMac

Jade LeMac - “Meet You in Hell” press photo
Photo by Lindsey Blane

Jade pens introspectively emotional soundtracks for even your saddest nights but shows up with anthems for when you want to get pumped up. Growing up in a tight-knit, multicultural family, she regularly sang karaoke unusually well with her cousins, falling in love with music at a young age. By middle school, she was writing songs of her own.

Between endless practicing, she lent her voice to various dance singles for the tastemaker electronic label, Monstercat, and started to attract a following on Instagram. Throughout 2020, Jade built her audience on TikTok, now exceeding 1.2 million followers.

Jade LeMac – “Constellations” music video

In 2021, Jade unveiled the shimmering and starry-eyed single, “Constellations.” This unorthodox outlier love song likened “the freckles on people’s bodies to constellations.” The independent release shined with over 20 million cumulative streams. Jade carried this momentum through with “Let Me” and into 2022 with “Same Place.”

Jade LeMac – “Aimed to Kill” music video

‘Aimed to Kill’ followed with over 6M streams to date, and GLAAD championed Jade among 10 LGBTQ Women in Music to Listen to this Pride Month. Along the way, Jade inked a deal with Arista Records, where her musical vision comes into deep focus.

Jade LeMac – “Meet You in Hell” single

Jade LeMac - “Meet You in Hell” cover art

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