The iTunes launch also features a package of remixes from DJ Escape & Johnny Vicious, Moto Blanco, Mike Rizzo and Dave Audé. To follow up the release, “Give You Everything” hit radio stations nationwide on April 13
Give You Everything,” along with Jayne’s previous hit singles, will be included on her highly anticipated debut Pretty Mess, which is scheduled for an August 11th release through E1 Music. The album highlights her talent as both a singer and songwriter and shows multiple sides of Jayne by bringing together a fusion of rhythmic pop, dance and chill electronic ballads.
“I’m excited for my fans to hear Pretty Mess,” says Jayne. “When I was working on the album, I wanted to create a collection of songs that would make people want to dance and enjoy themselves – something that they could put on and have a good time.”
Production on Pretty Mess by heavy hitters Peter Rafelson (Madonna, Britney Spears, Stevie Nicks) and Eric Kupper (Shakira, Destiny’s Child, Kylie Minogue) is complemented perfectly with stellar guest production by Esthero and Jahi Lake (Chris Brown), under the name Pinklake, and Ike Dirty (Lil’ Scrappy, Ying Yang Twinz), son of the legendary Isaac Hayes.
Jayne also receives help from celebrated percussionist Sheila E. on the track “Time to Realize.” Pretty Mess also includes an ode to her influence Prince with a cover of his protégé Apollonia’s hit “Sex Shooter.”
The single release for “Give You Everything” will be accompanied by a video that pairs Jayne with Grammy-nominated music video director Marty Thomas and choreographer Mikey Minden (The Pussycat Dolls).
Set as Jayne auditions for a starring stage role that leads to a magnetic connection, the video showcases Jayne not only as a singer, but a true dancer and fashion icon.
Jayne has already achieved success ahead of her album release that is not often seen by debut artists. Her #1 singles “Roller Coaster” and “Stars” have ranked her on the Billboard Year-to-End Dance charts two years in a row with “Roller Coaster” at #9 in 2007 and “Stars” at #20 on the Dance Club Play Chart and #15 on the Dance Tracks Chart for 2008.
The “Stars” video was a fan favorite on the Click List, LOGO’s music video show, and remained ranked amongst the program’s most popular videos for months. Jayne has also already seen her music make the leap to the big screen with cuts from Pretty Mess being featured in both current and upcoming movie releases.