News: Marieme Shares Emotion Driven New Ballad ‘Changin’

Senegalese-American artist Marieme shares the intoxicating new single ‘Changin’. Taken from the upcoming debut album ‘Heartbreak’, the track offers and exciting taste of what to expect.

Comparable to Adele, thew track builds a cinematic backdrop of piano and strings under the silky, soaring lead vocals. Having already made waves with its inclusion in prominent television shows such as Grey’s Anatomy and Hulu’s Good Trouble, the song unfolds like a captivating narrative, beginning with the tender strains of a piano and blossoming into a symphony of emotion and introspection. Marieme’s soulful vocals intertwine with poignant strings, weaving a tale of personal growth and acceptance. At its core, ‘Changin’ is an ode to resilience and transformation, inviting listeners to embrace the inevitability of change and find strength in vulnerability.

Reflecting on the inspiration behind the song, Marieme shares, “Changin is about embracing a new you that has faced grief. Sometimes what hurts the most is knowing that we’ll never be the unbroken people we were before grief, but only by embracing it, learning from it and processing it fully can we truly bring closure.” With honesty and vulnerability, Marieme invites listeners to join her on a journey of self-discovery and healing.

Marieme’s impact extends far beyond the confines of the recording studio. Her music has served as the soundtrack to powerful narratives, from the Netflix special ‘The Light We Carry’ with Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey to acclaimed television series like Grey’s Anatomy and Truth Be Told on Apple TV. Through her collaborations with renowned artists and her dynamic live performances, Marieme continues to grow as an artist, highlighting what a talented songwriter and performer she is.

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