Shae Jacobs - "Fuck Me Up" | Live at Black Rabbit Rose

In our latest stop at Hollywood's infamous Black Rabbit Rose, we invite Shae Jacobs to perform "Fuck Me Up," the lead single from his debut EP What's Hard To Say Pt. 1.

You may not know Jacobs' by name just yet, but it is only a matter of time until you are personally familiar with the vulnerable stylings of the British-born songwriter, producer, and artist. Having worked with and alongside the likes of Sigrid, The Chainsmokers, Snoop Dogg, Charlotte Lawrence, and plenty more, Jacobs is no longer penning and producing hits for some of the best names in music; he is stepping into the spotlight.

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With the release of What's Hard To Say Pt. 1, Shae Jacobs is more than prepared to wear his heart on his sleeve. Inspired by '90s R&B and finding power in vulnerability, the six-track offering arrives as a remarkably personal glimpse into the heart and soul of this rising artist. "Guys don't usually open up, but I am doing it for them," Jacobs explains on his emotionally-laden debut. And it is a sentiment that propels Jacobs forward through What's Hard To Say Pt. 1 and his arresting live performances.

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