Iamchelseaiam: "Won't"


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Singer-songwriter Iamchelseaiam recently released the following visual for the love song "Won't."

The Urban Music Scene says this about Ohio raised New York based singer: "Iamchelseaiam’s writing style and ability to communicate emotion effectively is reminiscent of the glory associated with 90’s R&B. She considers Alex Isley, Gwenn Bunn, and Ari Lennox to be musical peers of a similar style. The newly released music video depicts how selfishness is the ultimate poison in relationships."

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