Emma Kern is a singer-songwriter from Southern California. Not too long ago, she released a music video for her debut single, entitled, “Sabotage”, produced by Charlie Bryce Wallace.
Emma Kern – “Sabotage” music video
“Take another hit, but I’m already high. Told myself I wouldn’t, why do I even try? Here I go again, f*cking up my head, staying home and getting stoned instead. I know that I shouldn’t, I can’t prioritize.” – lyrics
‘Sabotage’ tells an interesting tale of an insecure young woman who blames herself for continuing the cycle of making bad decisions. Apparently, she worries about what other people think of her, and her suspicions add stress to her already nerve-wracking life. Later, she admits that whenever she feels low, she goes to parties and drinks too much tryin’ to play it cool.
‘Sabotage’ contains a relatable storyline, pleasing vocals, and lush instrumentation flavored with alternative-pop and modern-dance elements. Also, the likable tune echoes the sleek production that you would hear on a Dua Lipa or Ava Max record.
Emma Kern – “Sabotage” single
“‘Sabotage’ paints a dark visual, as the songstress recounts a self-deprecating cycle that all millennials can relate to.”
Emma Kern is a pop product of her generation. She was raised on the internet and is here to make a statement in bold red. We recommend adding her “Sabotage” single to your personal playlist. Also, let us know how you feel about it in the comment section below.