Jameela Jamil Shares A Music Clip For Monica Martin At Christmas

Jameela Jamil Shares A Music Clip For Monica Martin At Christmas

Jameela Jamil Shares A Music Clip For Monica Martin

Jameela Jamil shared a voice clip, by Monica Martin, to Jameel’s praise for her resonant voice.

Actress Jameela Jamil (34 years old) shared a song by Monica Martin, singing something for Christmas, and commented Jameela with her astonishment with Martin’s voice.
“You’re fu*king welcome, Sound up. And Follow @monicamartin” she wrote on her Instagram account.

Jameela Jamil was came out as queer on Twitter.
Jameela Jamil
Jameela Jamil – insta
Jamil clarified her sexuality after receiving backlash for her role on HBO Max’s voguing competition series, “Legendary.”
The actor and body-positivity advocate shared a statement, captured in screenshots of notes she had typed out on her phone. The tweet has since been deleted.
“Twitter is brutal,” Jamil wrote. “This is why I never officially came out as queer. I added a rainbow to my name when I felt ready a few years ago, as it’s not easy within the south Asian community to be accepted, and I always answered honestly if ever straight-up asked about it on Twitter.”

Who Is Monica Martin ?

Monica Martin is americian singer-songwriter .
She grew up in rural Wisconsin-Chicago- USA.

Who Is Monica Martin ?

Trained as a hairdresser, she didn’t have musical plans beyond joke riffing harmonies over the radio. After being coaxed by her best friend Matt, she started to sing in public and on friends’ records, which all led to her writing her own songs. She fronted experimental-folk-pop sextet, PHOX, formed in Madison, Wisconsin in 2012.
PHOX released an eponymous album, played big festivals, national TV shows, and flew overseas to play shows far away from home. PHOX went on indefinite hiatus in 2017, and Monica moved to LA because “Wisconsin is cold as f*ck”. She found herself a periwinkle casita and is feeling freer than ever in the city of misfits. She’s presently at work unpacking her mental confusions by cataloging/celebrating the fuckery of her ex-es (and herself) in lowkey pop songs with soul whispers, some golden-era hollywood dramatics, and psychedelic flickers courtesy of a theremin. Monica is still figuring out who she is, but quite happy to share her cautionary tales: “I made hundreds of mistakes so you don’t have to.”
Early last year, Monica started recording some of the songs she’s been writing since the move. She has released the first one, titled, “Cruel.”
“You can equip your lover with the truth, but they might still lie to themselves,” she says on the song, ”there is a point where, if you know they aren’t going to manage their expectations as a grown ass person, you’re cruel to not call the incompatibility and leave… “

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