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  • Lyndsey Cheng

Review: "FELL IN LOVE AT 15" - Sam Free

Most of us have experienced what it's like to fall in love with someone for the first time. It's a feeling that you've never felt before which makes it a new and exciting adventure. It’s all butterflies and rainbows and makes you feel the happiest you’ve ever been. “FELL IN LOVE AT 15” by Sam Free is a song we can all fall in love with. It's about being smitten by someone as a teenager for the first time and those feelings you get when you’re head over heels for them. It’s thrilling and all you can think about. All those romantic emotions forming when you’re with the person you adore can make you say and feel special things.

Free draws you in with her soft vocals and catchy melody. Experiencing love for the first time creates an exciting and scary feeling because you’re learning to be vulnerable with them, like letting them kiss you and being honest about the strong feelings you give each other. Free brings those feelings to life through her relatable lyrics paired with a catchy electro-pop soundscape. The naive infatuation described in this track is something some of us long to feel again. The song ends with one final, “you were the one” before going into a dreamy and soft outro. It describes the end of a first love; just remembering and cherishing those moments that were exhilarating when you were younger.

Sam Free is a singer/songwriter from Las Vegas, Nevada. She started her music journey at the age of 4 when her family noticed her love for singing. After high school, she began working under Josh Conley (who has worked with Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Santana, Kendrick Lamar) at Studio A where she learned Pro Tools and music engineering. Her debut single, “WHY” was released in 2020 which was a breakup anthem. Since then, she’s released a few more singles, “Bare,” “Lie So Good,” and “Come Thru” which are all songs that people can relate to and you'll love. At the start of 2023, she auditioned for American Idol in her hometown which aired on February 19th on ABC. Make sure to check out Sam Free and watch her grow as an artist!

Written By Lyndsey Cheng



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