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  • Karlee Skipper

Review: "i'm tired" - trisha

trisha is ready to take the world by storm. Her debut single, “i’m tired”, is a heartbreaking ballad of self-doubt and anxiety. She wrote this song after experiencing burnout during the pandemic. Many of us experienced the same burnout, making this song a very relatable topic for many listeners. “i’m tired” is an incredibly powerful and vulnerable message for her first original song. She finds herself staying up late at night and losing track of time. She is stuck wondering who she is and where she is going. She admits that she is bottling up the pain she has been feeling. She feels lost and confused, as she is tired of the person she has become. This is a feeling so many people have experienced, and trisha captures this emotion eloquently.

“i’m tired” is an emotional, piano led song that is exactly what you would want and expect for this level of vulnerability. The combination of trisha’s voice, the piano, and the violins capture the listener’s attention and makes them feel the hurt that she is feeling. trisha is only one single in but she is already showing off her range and her ability to exhibit extreme emotions. “i’m tired” was written solely by trisha, with no cowriters. She wrote this song as a gift to her mother, who encouraged her to release it. Trisha has immense support from her parents and has a strong head on her shoulders. She is clearly able to hold her own in the studio and be the artist she thrives to be. trisha is a superstar in the making and here’s to hoping we get more sad girl ballads from her soon.

trisha, with the intentional lowercase spelling, is a 14-year-old singer-songwriter currently based in India. She started taking piano lesson while living in Texas, USA. She has a massive vocal range, making her a very versatile singer. Her main genres are pop, R&B, soul, blues, and jazz. Prior to releasing her debut single, trisha released an EP titled “Pop Covers, Vol. I”. This EP features two Olivia Rodrigo covers, “Good 4 You” and “Happier” from Rodrigo’s debut album, “Sour”. The title of the EP alludes that we may be getting a second volume with more incredible covers from trisha.

Written By Karlee Smith



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