New Track "647" from Raphael Saadiq Protégé Jane Handcock is Too Damn Good

The Oakland Songstress Has Already Penned Hits For Kelly Rowland, Ma$e & Adrian Marcel

After a strong EP release this summer and two mixtapes executive produced by the one-and-only Raphael Saadiq, Bay Area writer bae Jane Handcock just dropped new fire with "647," a spaced-out but classic sounding track that showcases her amazing vocal skills and a vibe that is all her own. Writing lyrics for some of the greats earned Jane the title of "musical medium," but now she's taking another big step forward into the spotlight as she flexes not just her lyrics, but her FLOW.


On "647" Jane Handcock rides the beat with layered melodies, then flips into a rap/sing pattern for some serious BARS. Strikingly feminine and sensitive but with a maturity that feels like a breath of fresh air, this young songstress doesn't let her formidable skills stop her from being vulnerable. As long as I’m with you, everything is cool / I don’t get too deep, cuz every-time we lose/ That’s why I don't think, I just only do...what I FEEL.  Enjoy the MOOD that is "647" and keep up with this rising star here ---> @handcockjay