International singing sensation Jake Zyrus is back with a new single, titled "Fix Me".
Released on Friday, May 7, on various digital streaming platforms, the song depicts a man who is struggling to accept love due to his belief that the target of his affections deserves someone better.
Although it presents traces of issues like self-deprecation and depression, the track also serves to remind listeners that everyone is deserving to be loved despite many shortcomings, according to ABS-CBN's online music platform One Music PH.
"Fix Me" is written by Grammy-winning composer Kenneth Mackey, Swedish singer-songwriter Andreas Moss and American record producer Joshua Bronleewe.
Filipino-American music director Troy Laureta—with whom Jake recently collaborated on the song “Usahay” in Kaibigan: A Troy Laureta OPM Collective Vol. 1—produced the song along with ABS-CBN Music International.
"Fix Me" is Jake's latest release after "Miss You in the Moonlight" in July 2020.
Listen to the track below:
On Instagram, Jake expressed his gratitude to his collaborators and avid supporters as he announced the release of "Fix Me".
"A thankful caption, I'll keep it simple and real. Thanks for all the support Jakesters. Appreciate it, I love all of you. Thanks for EVERYONE who worked hard on ‘Fix Me’. The team @starmusicph & @themadunionent, thank you. For the real ones who continue to motivate me, thank you. It's been hard to feel motivated these past few months to be honest and it's still a battle, everyday. Thanking my brothers @troylaureta @abelr and my sister @cheesyfbaby for being one of my important people who inspire me to move forward," he said.
He also thanked his fiancée Shyre Aquino and the Lord for being his constant source of inspiration.
"Thank you my fiancée, my love. You complete me. I love you so much, baby. and of course my fur babies for keeping papa very happy," he wrote.
"To my number 1 - I love you, God," he said.