NYC-based artist, blogger, and performer. A lover of thrifting, collector of Spotify playlists, and enthusiast of cheap wine.
We are all afraid of letting down our walls. No matter how many times we realize that the collective human experience is largely composed of painful lessons and hardships we still fear being unaccepted by the world around us. Our solution? Attempting to shield others from the darker parts of ourselves. Sometimes, we become a different person entirely. Rising star HAIDEE explores her own struggles under the guise of a relevant, cathartic and downright catchy pop song with her most recent single Get Over It.
The phenomenon of wearing metaphorical masks to hide our personal insecurities and traumas is mimicked by HAIDEE’s mature songwriting. Get Over It‘s content is plucked straight the singer’s own painful past. However, the track’s production is electric and upbeat; and the juxtaposition adds much depth to this quintessential commercial pop song. Like deafening voices in your head, HAIDEE’s bright harmonies and adlibs further add to Get Over It‘s charm. It’s the kind of windows-rolled-down, screaming-your-heart-out girlpop anthem we all need when we need to lower our masks for a bit.