JÁNA Sings About Unavailable People on “Ignorancy”

A song about the “ignorant act of having relationships with people [known to be] unavailable,” JÁNA’s “Ignorancy” is a beautifully-done song. I say so because of her vocals, but also because of the way it considers the repercussions of being ignorant to unavailable people. You get scarred, you get hurt, you lose trust and, ultimately, you feel like a jackass for believing in them. That isn’t to say all unavailable people are asses, but some of them are and you feel crappy for believing in them. I’ve been there. Thankfully, I’m not there anymore and I’ve been happy. However, for those who find themselves feeling like they were ignorant because of love and all that, this one’s for you. Check it out below and support dope music in all its forms.

Speed on the Beat

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