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Which is a good thing, no doubt. Because, though it's what makes her music so relatable, her head games are the last things holding her back.
"Once you get too locked up in your head, it's a slippery slope," she says, knowingly.
And once you've learned how to cope with it, you can work it to your advantage. Which is exactly what Jaffe hopes to do.
"I have to shake all that off now," she says before letting out a small laugh. "I mean, I've been doing this for long enough at this point."