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Janockeil Shows His Heart Is Open In “The Way”

From Charleston, South Carolina, R&B artist Janockeil sings to love in his upbeat and romantic new single “The Way.”

Janockeil is a musician, singer, and songwriter whose influence crosses years and genres. He started his path in music when he was a child singing gospel in the church. As he grew up, Janockeil gathered sounds from R&B, Pop, and Soul genres. Those genres are the foundations of his music, exploring love, intimacy, and emotions.

Listeners from all places and ages can feel the love emanating from “The Way.” The instrumentals, lyrics and Janockeil’s voice will flow smoothly from your ears to your heart. He places you in a story where emotions speak up. You can relate to the warming sensation in your chest of being in love with every word he sings.

Hitting the play button on “The Way,” you will hear a sweet melody on the keys. The ambiance is light and ethereal. Then Janockeil's vocals show up. His voice is melodic and passionate, opening his heart through the lyrics and showing his cards on the table. The best time to love is now, so he goes and tells her, “I want you to be mine.”

The bass resonates in your ears and chest, the keynotes float in the air, and you sing along with Janockeil. He builds up the emotional energy during the song, so you take it all out when you get to the chorus. Sing with your eyes closed while moving your shoulders. Think about that special. They would like to hear those words from you!

Hit the play button on “The Way” and get your ears and heart open to singing along.

Welcome to BuzzMusic Janockeil, and congrats on your latest release, "The Way." Who did you write “The Way” for?

I wrote The Way from a personal place. It is about the beginning of a new relationship and that optimistic feeling that it could go further than what you would hope for. But it's also about that feeling of "will this last?" or "I hope this one lasts", or "God, please let this wonderful feeling last", so it's about that classic 'butterflies in your stomach kind of love and you hope so badly that the other person feels the same way that you feel. In regards to who I wrote it for exactly, that part I'll keep to myself, but I will say it is inspired by real-life like all of my songs are.

What was your greatest motivation in mind while making “The Way?”

I was inspired by what occurs at the start of something new between two people. In the beginning of a relationship, it's wonderful and new and exciting and fun and scary, and those were the elements I wanted to capture.

How do you expect “The Way” to impact your career?

Like any artist, I hope it brings some success, whatever that looks like, but I am open and eager for the world to hear it and even more open and eager for where it will take me. Everything is in God's hands from here.

What would you like to say to those who will listen to “The Way?”

I hope "The Way" resonates with listeners who can relate to what it feels like to be in love or on the verge of falling in love. I've always connected with music that I can wholeheartedly relate to, and I hope this song is no different to people all over the world. We shot a music video to coincide with the release of the song, so people would not only get the actual song but the visual to go along with it. My vision was to create something that people can vibe to and have a bit of nostalgia towards, and I think we have achieved that. I can honestly say that this is one of my favorite songs that I've written. It has such a vibe throughout, from the melody to the lyrics to the harmonies and background vocals, that I can't help but love it, and I hope everyone else does too.

What's next for you?

My new project will be released in the new year. It will include "The Way" and a host of new songs, so I look forward to that. Also, I look forward to being back on stage again, so stay tuned!


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