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  • Emylee Herring

Review: "2053" - Bellah Mae




Bellah Mae released her song “2053”. The song expresses how she feels that her first love will forever be held close to her heart. This song will be featured on Bellah’s second EP titled “Never Waste a Heartbreak,” which will be released on May 3rd. The song is a pop ballad that showcases Bellah's ability to be vulnerable and tell a story with lyrics. Love marks us in a variety of ways and it’s not always bad. She shares how someone can be in your life and when they leave, it’s painful, but it can be special because of the effect they had on you. Being with the right person feels incredible, but the timing isn’t right. You can’t forget the impact they made no matter how hard you try.







Nicholas Sparks once said, “The first time you fall in love, it changes you forever and no matter how hard you try, that feeling never goes away.” First loves are unforgettable. There is something so raw and innocent about the relationship, yet we feel the emotions so intensely. Bellah says in 2053, “I got another man and a happy family, and he’s a great guy, but he doesn’t have a clue, that I do love him, just not how I loved you.” She perfectly verbalizes how she is still falling in love, and living her life, but again that one person is stuck like glue. It’s hard when a love felt epic and suddenly it goes away. We compare the greats to the news, looking for the same thing despite knowing every love is going to be different. Bellah voiced that in her line, “see you in every guy I date, why can’t I seem to replace you.”


“2053” is a beautiful song and I can’t wait to hear the rest of “Never Waste a Heartbreak.” Bellah Mae is an incredibly talented artist with inspirations drawn from pop, country and pop-punk. She has been practicing her craft of songwriting since the age of 8. Her powerful messages and honesty create lyrics that feel empowering. Her discography is continually growing and she will be going on Tour soon. Bellah seems to have a lot of exciting things in store. Be sure to follow Bellah on all social media platforms linked below.



Written By Emylee Herring



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