Pop act on the rise Jenny March has released her powerful new single “Rebound” about honoring her self-respect over the love of any man. Jenny, who has debuted bop after bop of her original music that has amassed millions of streams and radio spins across the country, penned the emotional and personal track about a love interest who she had her eye on for quite some time but couldn’t make her move because he was in a relationship. When the stars aligned for Jenny and this significant other to unite after his break up, Jenny declined because she truly cared for him and wanted to be more to him than his “rebound.”
“After going through this experience, I knew I had to write a song about it. I wrote “Rebound” very quickly and I knew I was onto something that a lot of girls can relate to,” shares March. “I had really strong feelings for this friend for years but I couldn’t tell him. I know my worth and I’m not going to be anyone’s “Rebound.”
The track follows Jenny’s infectious single “FUWY,” a pop-tastic track about getting lost in the moment of the party with the person you want the most, which the pop diva just performed for over 900 attendees at the GeoMetro XI party on top of a GeoMetro car. PRESS HERE to stream. With a growing string of knockout performances around the Los Angeles music scene and at KIIS FM’s Fireworks show in her hometown of Cincinnatti and more, Jenny‘s profile and discography continues to grow.
After bursting onto the scene with her debut single “California Daze” last year, the songstress has released an assortment of singles such as summer-soaked “Talk To Me” and has collaborated with Dutch DJ CMC$’s track “Love Parade” as well as “Bottle It Up” with KXA that have yielded millions of streams. A true performer, Jenny caught the entertainment bug early in her childhood and attended New York’s prestigious Stagedoor Manor acting camp five years in a row. Although her true passion is music, Jenny later landed acting roles with Marisa Tomei and Minnie Driver in the horror film Laboratory Conditions as well as starring in the short The Stanford Letter and a 12-minute Secret Deodorant anti-bullying spot entitled Meanamorphosis.