Brittney Mendoza press photo
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Brittney Mendoza releases a lovely debut single, entitled, “Paranoid”

Brittney Mendoza is an LA-based, Hawai’i-raised singer-songwriter from Guam. Not too long ago, she released a lovely debut single, entitled, “Paranoid.” The song was co-written in Los Angeles with Tim Atlas, Jesse Barrera, and Paul Prudente at the brink of a global pandemic.

Brittney Mendoza – “Paranoid” single

“If it’s out of sight, tell me why it’s got a hold on my mind? I try to forget, then regret how I let it design me. I’m dancing with a demon and I wish it wouldn’t take the lead. Feelin’ guilty is better than feelin’ nothing. I don’t mean to overreact – take it out on you then take it back. Maybe I’m just living in the past. Things that were left unsaid are strangers sleeping in our bed.” – lyrics

‘Paranoid’ tells an intriguing tale about an insecure young woman who finds herself battling unwanted thoughts. Apparently, she wants to drown out the noise in her mind that’s causing her not to trust her partner. Later, she admits some concerns about her mental health: “It’s a little bit scary to realize where my mind’s at.”

‘Paranoid’ contains a relatable narrative, ear-pleasing vocals, and tuneful melodies that will resonate well with fans of Sammi Morelli, ORLA, and Gia Vorne. The likable tune possesses lush instrumentation flavored with indie-R&B and neo-soul elements. Furthermore, “Paranoid” serves as a wonderful introduction to what listeners can expect to hear from Brittney Mendoza in the near future as she continues to release new music.

“Feeling guilty is better than feeling nothing.”

Brittney Mendoza - “Paranoid” press photo
Photo by Mel Mattos

“‘Paranoid’ addresses the emotional baggage that bleeds into the new relationship when you desperately want to move on from it. The feeling of insecurity that weighs you down and undermines the prospects of a better future with someone you really care about.” – Brittney Mendoza explained

Brittney Mendoza’s music explores lush landscapes and ethereal tones. Her lyrics unfold the complexities of love, anxiety, and honest reflection.

“Paranoid” single

Brittney Mendoza - “Paranoid” song cover art
Photo by Mel Mattos

We recommend adding Brittney Mendoza’s “Paranoid” single to your favorite indie-R&B playlist. Also, let us know how you feel in the comment section below. Mel Blanc’s famous catchphrase, “That’s All Folks!” Thanks for reading another great article on Bong Mines Entertainment – the hot spot for new music. Furthermore, always remember that (P) Positive, (E) Energy, (A) Always, (C) Creates, (E) Elevation (P.E.A.C.E).

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