Jelly Roll Debut New Song ‘I Am Not OK’ on ‘The Voice’ Season Finale

Jelly Roll’s musical journey seems boundless, from Alabama to Dallas and now, Los Angeles, where he graced the season finale of The Voice with a poignant new song. The acoustic track delves into the struggles of mental health, portraying a facade of normalcy despite inner turmoil.

In the lyrics, Jelly Roll candidly expresses his inner battles: “I am not OK, I’m barely getting by…I’m losing sleep at night…So if I say I’m fine, just know I learned to hide it well.” Yet, amidst the darkness, there’s a glimmer of hope: “I know God knows when it’s all said and done/I’m not okay, but it’s all gonna be alright.”

“I Am Not OK” serves as a glimpse into Jelly Roll’s forthcoming LP, following the success of his breakout album, Whitsitt Chapel, in June 2023. The track follows the debut of “Liar” at the 2024 ACM Awards, hinting at what’s to come. Although a release date for the singles or the LP remains unannounced, anticipation is high among fans.

Upcoming performances for Jelly Roll include the Gulf Coast Jam in Panama Beach, Florida, and two shows at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry in early June. He’ll also grace stages at CMA Fest, Colorado’s Country Jam, and Nebraskaland Days. Additionally, he’ll join Morgan Wallen’s One Night at a Time tour before embarking on his own Beautifully Broken headlining tour in late August. With his unique blend of honesty and musical prowess, Jelly Roll continues to captivate audiences worldwide.

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