SINGLE REVIEW: Jordyn Stoddard “Like Me ‘Til You Love Me”

SINGLE REVIEW: Jordyn Stoddard “Like Me ‘Til You Love Me”

Newcomer Jordyn Stoddard is anxious for the release of her next single, “Like Me ‘Til You Love Me” which is set to be available everywhere on February 16th.

It’s playful from the start, with a clever batch of lyrics to follow, from a lady who knows just what she wants.

“Come on, hug me till you kiss me
Come on, be with me till you’re with me,
Ohh ya never know, take it slow, like me till you love me.
Let’s roll until we start rocking, Let’s float until we start fallin,
Ohh ya never know, just maybe, you’ll like me till you love me baby.”

And all she is asking for is a shot.

“You’re smilin, we’re vibin, admit it,
this feeling, you’re feeling, go with it.”

The spoken break was unexpected, however, it’s the perfect length and works with the fun and flirty manner she possesses throughout the entire song. It brings the attitude level up a notch, just as the memorable beat returns to finish the piece.

Jordyn Stoddard is launching her career on a strong note. With her witty lyrics and bursting personality already at the forefront of her music, she is well on her way to having a long and successful musical career.

Newcomer Jordyn Stoddard is anxious for the release of her next single, “Like Me ‘Til You Love Me” which is set to be available everywhere on February 16th. It’s playful from the start, with a clever batch of lyrics to follow, from a lady who knows just what she wants. “Come on, hug me till …

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About Kristin Whyte

Kristin Whyte
There was no specific event that made me fall in love with country music, it was simply the style that hit me the hardest. I’ve been involved with music from a young age and it has helped get to where I am today. I graduated Albright College with a degree in Music Business and currently work in New York City with Music Licensing. When I’m not working with music, you can find me listening to it, watching it, or playing it. I consider myself lucky when I look back at the various concerts I’ve attended, from classics such as Brooks & Dunn and George Strait, to the incredible new talents of Eric Church and The Band Perry. It only makes me want more. Music is something I can always count on and I’m excited to have the opportunity to share this love with all of you!

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