BRAND NEW single from Carli J Myers - JUST SAYIN' feat. Mathew GoldDownload / Stream from any major platform worldwide:https://carlijmyers.lnk.to/justsayinFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/CarliJM/Twitter: https://twitter.com/carlijmyersInstagram: https://instagram.com/carlijmyersCarli’s brand-new track came about quite serendipitously while on a recent trip to New York to run the NY Marathon. While in the Big Apple, Carli managed to find the time to meet with BMI Vice-President Charlie Feldman, who then subsequently introduced her to American Idol Top 8 finalist and singer-songwriter, Robbie Rosen. With only a few hours before her flight left to fly Carli back to South Africa, the two managed to meet up, determined to finish the song and get her vocals down. Working into the night, ‘Just Sayin’ was born, and Robbie rushed her to the train station where she just managed to jump on the last train back to Manhattan. Carli describes the experience as “riveting and such an adventure! Robbie is so talented and such a wonderful person to work with!”.Carli explains the theme of the track: “Just Sayin’ was inspired by the title. For a while I had been hearing the phrase ‘Just Sayin’ being used as a cheeky and playful threat that often unintentionally slipped into a conversation. It’s the kind of threat that you don’t really mean, but you do mean! I had this feeling it would make a great title for a song. I brought the idea to Robbie, we played around with the concept, had some fun building on some ideas, and ended up with ‘Just Sayin’ as you hear it. The song is about being utterly obsessed with your other half, but their uncontrollable obsession with their cellphone really pushes your buttons, in the not so good way.” *Pun intended* The track also explores a deeper meaning in a society that is so fixated with checking our phones every few seconds that we end up missing out on being present in the current moment. One of Carli’s goals for the song is for listeners to be able to identify with some of the quirky behaviors in some of the lyrics.