LIVING for this collab. Sizzy and chloe mk teamed up for two amazing songs. chloe mk talked about BODY on Instagram saying, "Body" is obviously a baddie club anthem, but i feel like it's also a political anthem. We're all aware of the cultural/societal implications on a woman's body. Right now we are in an extremely influential time... A time where women can be shameless and proud of their bodies, and at the same time feel hopelessly defined by their bodies. Some women choose to wear no clothes. Some women choose to cover every inch of themselves. I personally believe that the most important part of all of this... is having a "choice". I am so proud to be alive in 2019. Change can be intimidating to some ppl, but it's so liberating!! If a powerful woman isn't a "big deal" to you or doesn't feel "important", grow up. we WILL know and visually WITNESS equal representation of (identifying) men AND WOMEN in positions of power. everyone deserves to grow up with the understanding that their identity is their own personal CHOICE. How you dress. How you express yourself. How you live. IT'S YOUR DECISION."
She told Instagram, "Love Me Wrong is a very personal song for me, which deals with the confusion and hurt associated with familial love. Mostly taken from feelings I had when I was younger, this is a song about being misunderstood by the ones closest to you. You know that you they love you, but you feel it isn't for the full person you are. The relationship between a parent and child is so intense and layered, that it was liberating to put it into the simple phrase ‘you love me wrong’ and repeat it over and over in the chorus. I hope that those of you dealing with similar feelings can find solace in this song."
Merci Raines is back with her signature sound. "Sharpening My Senses" is beautiful and haunting with a hint of danger.
She says, "SMS is pretty much just about growth after a let down. I think being deceived/disappointed by a person you once trusted is one of the shittiest feelings, and I wanted to make something that highlighted the learning lesson over the hurt. It’s a thanks for the lesson kinda thing. I’ll see the bullshit next time it comes around. "
Weathers really read my mind because "Always Tired" is my whole lifestyle. The song is a retro-pop-rock jam and according to frontman Cameron Boyer is about "feeling so freakin tired all the time to the point where it feels like it’s just a habit." Weathers is about to embark on a tour with pop darings Echosmith and are definitely ones to watch right now.