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Nashville-based singer-songwriter Sadie Fine is merely sixteen years old, and yet she has accomplished something truly beyond her years with her emotional single Use Me. Written when she was only fourteen, Use Me delivers a powerful perspective on insecurity and self-worth.
Humans can endure some incredibly gut-wrenching treatment all in the name of love. Its promise will lead us in crazy directions; but it can also take us to dark places. Giving ourselves up to love over and over only to be met with disappointment is an addicting cycle with no reward. Whether rooted in insecurity or the hope of affection, allowing ourselves to be used is unacceptable; and yet, it is a lesson we may have to learn more than once.
Use Me showcases Sadie Fine’s raw and emotional vocal style. At such a young age, she has an impressively controlled voice. Her quivering vibrato is perfectly crafted and placed mimicking the choking of sobs and breaking of tears. Echoes build with Fine’s lead vocals, bringing Use Me to a dramatic release. It’s young artists like Sadie Fine who will one day take the pop industry by storm.