Joy Morris commonly known as J–Zweet, a 16-year-old US songstress, writer, and dancer based in California releases her 3rd track dubbed Synthetic Love following We don’t care and We don’t care remix. The song was produced and co-written by Darrell W. Morris of Hitluve Records stationed in Arizona who has also produced so many of her projects and many that are set to be released soon.
Synthetic Love is an actual inspiration that came from romance shows that J-Zweet liked to watch. She had to console friends at school who had been dumped by their boyfriends and also experience with fake friends. The song was meant to let people know that they are not alone in these types of relationship situations where they are wronged for thinking a person that they fell in love with or liked had the same amount of love or like for them.
J–Zweet is able to write songs with no effort as she creates melodies with ease and her ability to collaborate is a great asset for a developing artist, especially in the creative process. She is always in the studio spending hours brainstorming ideas for new original songs which will prove to be a fresh new sound to the industry. She is greatly inspired by artists like H.E.R, Arianna Grande, and Justin Bieber just to name a few.
She plans to attend college as a music major and wants to minor in Business Administration. Not a typical teenager, she spends most of her days rehearsing, writing, dancing, singing, and preparing herself for the stage. She carries a heavy schedule and is misunderstood by her peers because of her dedication to a career in music and television.