New Song: Jagged Edge- ‘Ready’

Published: Thursday 11th Sep 2014 by David


Jagged Edge take a mature step in the right direction with their new single ‘Ready’ today, releasing the love song before the October 27th release of their new album ‘J.E. Heartbreak 2.’

Why it’s a step in the right direction? It’s theme, which sees the quartet leave the club-hopping escapades to their genre sons (Chris Brown & Trey Songz) to court the ears of older audiences with talk of marriage, commitment and true love.

Good music from a great group, below…


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  1. #TeamTinashe Stan (Pre-Order “Aquarius” Now On iTunes) September 11, 2014

    Loved it! Glad their back and still releasing music.
    Y’all need to post the Vlad interview of Jermaine Dupri saying that Chris Brown can be bigger than Tupac.

  2. HeProposedToMe September 11, 2014

    This is how you do it! THis is how you do it!!!! You hear the harmonies? You hear the growth? This is R&B, not that boring s*** some of these new singers put out and think is artistic.

  3. FutureCIARA September 11, 2014


    • SoGone4Monica September 11, 2014

      Why do I think of child support every time I see your name.

  4. Tammy September 11, 2014

    OMG I love this song, I’m gettin flashbacks of when they released Walked out of heaven. I’m feeling this. Sounds so good well done Jermaine Dupri the sound is so authentic J.E
    I’m super excited.

  5. Yea ok September 11, 2014

    Def buying this album. Love the first two singles I’ve heard. Only RnB these days I can get into is frank and Miguel. These other little queens be trying too hard.

  6. KevLeezy September 11, 2014

    I likes this here track thumbs up JE know they be sangin fo realz

  7. 4eversrar September 11, 2014

    Yep Im feelin it love them!

  8. eric September 11, 2014

    I guess it is for older audiences, but I think more young people should learn to appreciate a mature sound with meaningful words. How did we get so far away from songs like “Let Me Love You”? No one’s doing that anymore.

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