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  • Summary: The debut four-track EP for Los Angeles pop singer Jillian Banks includes production from Tim Anderson, Lil Silva, T.E.E.D. (Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs), and Jamie Woon.

Top Track

Waiting Game
I'm thinking it over The way you make me feel all sexy but it's causing me shame I wanna lean on your shoulder I wish I was allowed but I don't... See the rest of the song lyrics
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  1. 90
    This is a near-faultless EP, and one that’s so incredibly moreish.
  2. 83
    The fuse has been lit. London is just a prologue, but it’s an exceedingly promising one.
  3. Sep 19, 2013
    75
    She triumphantly succeeds in displaying what it means to not sugar-coat pop music in London.
  4. Sep 19, 2013
    70
    Nothing quite matches 'This Is What It Feels Like', but that alone is enough to give genuine reason to BANKS' mighty cause.
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 2
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  1. Sep 1, 2014
    10
    I really do not know what to say, because Banks is a real and complete star. She gots all and still gots more. This EP just proves how fullI really do not know what to say, because Banks is a real and complete star. She gots all and still gots more. This EP just proves how full she is. I would heart it to the rest of my life. It is just the beginning. Expand
  2. Jul 30, 2014
    10
    With strikingly melancholic and childish vocals and a bunch of beautifully written verses as well as exquisite instruments decorating theWith strikingly melancholic and childish vocals and a bunch of beautifully written verses as well as exquisite instruments decorating the whole spectrum of the album, this work pushes limits to another frontier and takes good material to an even better position, adding personal suffering and drama to a tasteful and joyful plethora. In other words, this is immaculate. Expand