SAINT JHN has provided assistance to Hoodie Allen, Kiesza, Gorgon City, Usher and more in the past, but it is now his time to be in the spotlight. The Brooklyn native has been hot on the scene ever since the drop of his R&B heater “Roses.”
Coming from the same imprint (HitCo) that recently shot Jennifer Lopez‘s “Medicine” to the top of the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart, the party-centric effort paints the vocalist as an elusive figure with the lyrics “Turn up baby, turn up, when I turn it on/ You know how I get too lit when I turn it on/ Can’t handle my behavior when I turn it on/ Too fast, never ask, if the life don’t last/ Done been through it all.” Backed by a bass-driven production, the recording has a heavy feel that is accented by JHN’s exciting voice.
Accompanying the audio comes an official video that gives a glimpse into the artist’s mind with visuals of a lawless and godless compound in which multiple horrors take place. Check out the clip for SAINT JHN’s “Roses” below.