No more drama? Josh Richards and Nessa Barrett have sparked reconciliation rumors following their 2021 split and the drama that followed. Keep reading for everything we know so far. Are Josh Richards and Nessa Barrett Back Together?. Neither has confirmed their current relationship status. In March 2021, Josh announced their...
Have TikTok singers Jaden "Jxdn" Hossler and Nessa Barrett fallen out of tune?. The couple, who were reportedly living together, sparked breakup rumors after fans speculated that the two had unfollowed each other on Instagram. But in a since-deleted Instagram Story, shared on April 28 and reposted by a fan, Jaden stated, "Just so everyone is clear I didn't unfollow anyone. I definitely don't handle things online."
Trouble in paradise? Many fans seem to think that Jaden Hossler and Nessa Barrett broke up after they unfollowed each other on Instagram!. Fans noticed that couple, who moved in together in January, unfollowed each on April 27. “Nessa and Jaden unfollowed each other on IG. Why does this hurt like it’s my own break up?” one Twitter user wrote.
Nessa Barrett is a big believer in honesty. Her 2021 breakthrough single, “i hope ur miserable until ur dead,” is a pretty good indication of how she feels about holding back. Now the alt-pop singer-songwriter is back with “dying on the inside,” a harrowing dance-rock song about her struggles with eating disorders. Since arriving on Friday, the song has been a fixture in the Top 20 of the Genius Top Songs chart.
On her new single "dying on the inside," the singer addresses her eating disorder for the first time. Here, in her own words, she explains why, exclusively to NYLON. My eating disorder started when I was in middle school. Growing up, I moved around in New Jersey a lot, and had just enrolled at a new school. There, I was a growing 12 year old with new friends. I became very insecure and would constantly compare myself to them. In my diary, I drew myself as a blob and them as stick figures. I thought, "I want to look like them."
It’s new music Friday, so let’s see who’s out with new tunes!. DNCE is back after a four-year hiatus, teaming with DJ Kygo for their new track, “Dancing Feet,” designed to make people want to dance along. DNCE will drop the track’s official music video on Monday.
Nessa Barrett has released a new song called “dying on the inside.”. In a statement, Barrett calls the track “one of the most honest songs that I’ve ever made.”. “I’ve talked about my borderline personality disorder, anxiety and depression,” Barrett says. “But the one thing that I have been struggling to open up about has been my eating disorder.”
TikToker and artist Nessa Barrett has addressed claims that her upcoming album will reveal “the truth” behind the drama surrounding the start of her relationship with fellow influencer Jaden Hossler. Back in April 2021, chaos erupted online after it was revealed that Nessa Barrett and Jaden Hossler had...
Putting mental health needs first is essential and Nessa Barrett is using her platform to speak candidly about her own needs. The singer shared a candid Tweet about her decision.
Zeds Dead are back once again, this time for a remix of Nessa Barrett’s “i hope ur miserable until ur dead.” The track features Barrett’s slow vocals amid Zeds Dead’s signature production. With a reverberating style that aligns with that of their other classics, “i hope ur miserable until ur dead” pulls elements from the duo’s Catching Z’s mixtape and completely convert the original’s sound. “i hope ur miserable until ur dead” is sure to be another fan-favorite from the duo, much like their versions of Billie Eilish‘s “bad guy,” Massive Attack‘s “Paradise Circus,” and Blue Foundation‘s “Eyes On Fire.”
Nessa Barrett is here today for a reason. She knows, we know it, and the world is slowly, but surely getting to know it. With just over a year of professional musicianship under her belt, Nessa Barrett is coming up as the Gen Z blueprint for what artists are sure to become once they find the confidence to be themselves through-and-through. Raw and realistic, melodic and memorable; these are the making of a star in the 2020s. It’s not an easy task to be any of that, especially with a larger-than-life platform smack dab in the middle of the public eye, but it’s one that Barrett is navigating with her heart on her sleeve. The rising artist may be the blueprint from the outside perspective, but on the inside, she has her own course of action that she’s keen on sticking to – be herself and do what she loves. It really can be that simple.