New Single From A Nurse About TakeAways of Covid 19


A Covid 19 Song From A Nurse


Ellicott City, Nov 22, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - Eev Jei is back on the scene with a brand new studio release: "Greatest Gift Of All"

Eev Jei is an artist with a focus on setting the bar higher when it comes to creating music that blurs the lines between a wide variety of genre definitions and sonic aesthetics. Her most recent studio work is an exciting release called "Greatest Gift Of All". The production is fresh and punchy, highlighting the artist's ability to record music that feels like it is in the very best tier of the genre. Conceptually, the song is very personal, as it was inspired by Eev's perspective as a professional in the healthcare industry. Since the beginning of 2020, she has had to work in fear of contracting COVID 19 while working in close proximity of those who had contracted the virus. Eev Jei used her creativity to express her state of mind and feelings on the situation.

I would definitely recommend everyone to give this one a shot, especially fans of artists such as Celine Dion, Shania Twain, Lara Fabian, and Adele. "Greatest Gift Of All" is incredibly well produced and it feels like a fantastic addition to the artist's sound and feels. This song offers the right combination of stunning musicianship and passionate performance value. Find out more about Eev Jei, and do not miss out on "Greatest Gift Of All", which is currently available on all digital platforms including YouTube, Spotify and Soundcloud.

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