Justine Blazer Debuts New Blues Single Bad Love

Written by Divine Magazine

Multi-genre singer/songwriter, producer, recording artist and proud member of the Recording Academy (and a Grammy®️ Voter since 2020), Justine Blazer, recently released her debut contemporary blues single “Bad Love.”

With relatable lyrics like ’cause you broke my soul, filled with despair, I thought you were the one that would always be there, Justine’s new tune is about turning a bad relationship into a positive lesson.

After attending the 64th annual Grammy ®️ Awards in Las Vegas, Justine was really inspired to follow her heart – which led her to the blues genre.

“This is my first blues single,” Justine explains. “This is a modern contemporary blues rock song. It’s sassy and has a lot of soul. I wrote this song with Tom Bender. I have been wanting to sing the blues since the beginning of my recording artist career, but never felt it was the right time until now. I actually started singing the blues around Detroit in the mid-to-late 2000’s. I won the Detroit Blues Challenge, but I had a local country promoter tell me not to go into blues because there’s no money in blues and there’s no way to market and make a career for a blues singer.  He was wrong!  Dead wrong! I am not doing this because of the money. It’s a calling. I have always loved the heart and soul blues music had. I am heart and soul. No denying that. This is just the start and I have a new blues album coming out early next year.  I am so excited for my current fans and followers to see what I have been working on and hopefully get some new fans along the way.”

She goes on to say “I am not leaving country music. I am just doing what my heart is telling me to do at this time.  Since Covid, I have realized time is not slowing down. Why am I waiting around? Do it now.  Here’s to a new chapter!”

About Justine Blazer

Nashville-based producer, singer, songwriter, composer and recording artist JustineBlazer has been taking the musical world by storm – earning seven #1 singles on various independent charts. Her unique style of edgy country/pop/rock is infused with a hint of Detroit soul and modern vibes. She is a member of The Recording Academy/GRAMMYsCountry Music Association and Academy of Country Music. Having opened for the likes of Jason AldeanJustin MooreLee BriceKathy MatteaRegis PhilbinLonestar and more, Justine has also received endorsements from Luna GuitarsDean GuitarsRam TrucksChrysler Incorporated and more. Justine Blazer is a proud member of the Recording Academy and GRAMMYs voter.

Justine’s music video for her popular single “Good Trouble” premiered on CMT in September of 2021 and Justine was up for six nominations at the 2021 Josie Music Awards, winning Best Rock Song of the Year (songwriter). She was a Grammy contender in 2021 for seven categories: Song of the Year, Record of the Year, Producer of the Year, Best Arrangement, Best New Artist, Best Country Song and Best Country Solo Performance. 

Justine received nine nominations for this year’s Josie Music Awards, which will take place on October 23, 2022 at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, TN.

Nashville based singer, producer, songwriter, and recording artist Justine Blazer releases self-produced album, “Pioneer Soul Shaker”. The album is available for purchase and streaming on iTunes, Google Play, and Spotify.

On International Women’s Day (March 8th), Justine Blazer released her leading single off the album, “Pioneer Soul Shaker”. Recently, NashVegas.com premiered the official music video for “Pioneer Soul Shaker”. Justine signed a distribution contract with Victory Music Buzz for the release of the single and album. 

Pioneer Soul Shaker is about being a strong and optimistic female,” explains Blazer. “Even though life gets tough, persevere through life’s challenges, keeping your head high, high heels on and maintain your soul, spirit, and authenticity. This song is to inspire people to keep going, no mater how hard their path may be.”


You can connect with Justine Blazer by visiting www.justineblazer.com or on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram

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