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SINGLE REVIEW: Twisted/Mistake by Kaleigh

Have you ever felt the feeling that you were invulnerable, like you had nothing to worry about because nothing could ever hurt you? Of course you have. Let’s be frank, we all went through this phase because we had the perfect relationship, the perfect friends, the perfect life, but it all came crashing down in an instant. Life doesn’t care if you think you have everything; life will not hesitate to test you and put obstacles in front of you to overcome. Here’s a story from Kaleigh called “Twisted/Mistake” that sings to us the perfect crash. In her own words, “This song was inspired by heartbreak and the struggle to cope with losing someone who was once such a staple in your day-to-day life. The vital part about this song is its message that every emotional storm comes to an end and every person is capable of pulling through the heartbreak. Everyone has strength greater than they realize.”

We get a warm feeling when we see someone overcome such a hard time in their life. The struggle truly builds character and we get to follow Kaleigh’s achievement of overcoming such a difficult time. The real question from this is: How do we do it ourselves? Use “Twisted/Mistake” as a blueprint for our own obstacles and apply the same mindset and will power to show what we are made of. We are all strong individuals capable of pulling through. A heartbreak, a loss, or anything that made us realize that we are human, but as humans, we are capable of coming out on top. Let “Twisted/Mistake” guide you to better places with Kaleigh as your guide.

https://open.spotify.com/album/16HJDHgxGtPk1dA2okYxBX?si=rZG8HHqlSS6RR7MJPjIqjA

by Harrison Morgan

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