To be different nowadays is very hard to do, especially when it comes to music. Doing the norm to get ahead, be heard and be a pop sensation seems to be the path to stardom overnight. So stretching your arms and getting out of the box of comfort can be a bit risky. Jamaican Queens take the risk with their new album Wormfood that is far from ordinary. When vocalist Ryan Spencer and producer Adam Pressley (both formerly of the band Prussia) got together, the strange hit the fan. Synths mixed with drums and pop hooks create a new genre “odd pop” or as they call it “trap-pop.” The standard has changed and Jamaican Queens is at the forefront.