Staten Island-based Justy has technically been around for a while. She started writing music at the age of 12, and now at the age of 23, she's quickly proving herself to be a promising and unique artist. Take a moment to scroll through her SoundCloud and it's pretty obvious how diverse she's capable of being.

Her songs swerve between R&B and soul to straight-forward hip-hop with the occasional funk nod thrown in. Her music captures the bliss of being creatively restless and free-spirited enough to explore and experiment with creative boundaries. Her new single 'Try' is no less thrilling.

Produced by Blue Lab Beats, it sees her tapping into 90s neo-soul and jazzy rap and creating something that's downright uplifting from it. Over warm and hazy brass, faint traces of organs bubbling just beneath the surface, and a brittle bouncing beat, she switches effortlessly between singing in a hushed soulful voice and laying down solid bars, all the while encouraging a love interest with whom there's a shared chemistry to open up and take a chance on something more.

Making those kinds of moves can sometimes be nerve-wracking for obvious reasons, especially considering the risk involved. But, as she points out on the chorus, "Some things don't work/ At least we'll learn/ It doesn't hurt to." Sometimes half the thrill of taking a chance is seeing where it leads to, regardless of the outcome.