Rising talented singer Jax reveals her brand new official music video for her latest hit ‘Ring Pop‘
The new official music video for ‘Ring Pop‘ was directed by Connor Ellmann, arrives on the heels of Jax’s debut post-signing interview yesterday on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
“Ring Pop” marks only the beginning of Jax’s musical journey, fueled by her creative penchant and candid relatability that has fans around the world finding a friend through their screens.
Initially teased on TikTok, “Ring Pop” instantly captivated fans with it’s honest lyrics that perfectly encapsulate the emotions being felt by so many in today’s predicament. Her warm delivery coasts over dreamy guitar and snappy percussion as she croons to her boyfriend, “Don’t need no diamonds, you’re my rock, and I’m okay with a ring pop.”
Jax shares about the new video “I was, and currently am, broke in L.A. living in a one-bedroom apartment, but very much in love,” Jax explains. “My boyfriend and I weren’t having a great week, so I wrote the song for him to feel better about not being able to just buy a diamond engagement ring and get married. Who cares? We’re living our best times now.”
Jax got her start by performing a wide variety of genres and in bands growing up. At the age of 18, she developed cancer above her vocal cords, which returned following a couple months of remission right as she relocated to Los Angeles in pursuit of her music. Left unable to sing herself, Jax turned to songwriting for others and found industry success behind-the-scenes.
This time she turned to TikTok, posting a hilarious response to the pop gem “Stacy’s Mom” from “Stacy’s Mom’s Perspective” which exploded with nearly 9 million views in just a few months and “Update from Avril Lavigne & Sk8er Boi 18 years later” which became her most successful parody to date with over 14 million views. She continued to go viral a dozen or more times over, eventually amassing over 1.3 million followers on the platform, 125 million total views and 17 million “likes.”
Jax shares more, “I’m a total dork in real life,” she affirms. “Sometimes I’m feeling myself and I’ll put out something sexy, but it’s not really who I am. I wanted that to shine through in the music. In my songs, I write things I’d actually say in conversation and see if anybody wants to be my friend.”