Em Possible's latest project "It's Not Me, It's Them" differs from her previous releases because it debuts one on one writing with each of her band members; Ted Kleist (guitarist from A-Mac & The Height), Johnny Bosbyshell (keyboardist from Eminence Ensemble), Tate Ignelzi (drummer from The Guestlist), and saxophone player Joe Lilly.
Versatility is one of Em Possible’s strongest virtues. She can sing country, reggae, provide standout vocals on EDM production and keep a staccato rhythm with hip-hop lovers alike. She has always loved the instrumental charisma that comes with a live band, and this new EP not only shows off who she is as a songwriter, but the many talents of her band as well. They played a huge part in the creation of this EP, from writing the lyrics to the musical arrangements. "It's Not Me, It's Them" is her thank you to her band members, for always pushing her, inspiring her, and helping curate the artist she has become.