Jad Saaxton and Jazzy Pop have been one of the most popular bands in the music industry for the past two decades, with their hits including “Bounce Back” and “Treat Me Like a Hero” winning over the masses.
However, the duo recently announced their plans to release a new album called Jazz, and fans were left wondering if the two had a new comeback in the works.
“Jazz” is scheduled to be released on February 17, 2018, but the duo announced the album was going to be scrapped.
As it turns out, Jazzes new album is a concept album, and is expected to be an attempt to re-release the band’s previous material.
We’re told Jazzik is expected “to be more about Jad’s character and ideas, and less about Jazzz’s music.”
“It’ll be about his life and how he grew up and where he was born and what happened to him, but it’ll also be about how he’s impacted people in a positive way,” said Jazzzy singer-guitarist Chris Riddell in a recent interview with The Wrap.
According to the report, the new album will feature songs written by Jad, including his hit “Catch Me If You Can” and his new single “Bubble Butt.”
JazzyPop released their debut EP “Jazzz: The New Years Day Album” back in 2016.