Liz (also known as Ysabel) is an independent singer-songwriter from Sweden. Not too long ago, she released an appealing lyric visualizer for her “Trippin’” single, produced by Roro.
Liz – “Trippin’” lyric video
“I was locked up in a cell for a year, I’m sorry, Momma. Didn’t mean to make you cry or give you trauma. Couldn’t even look you in the eyes or even call ya. I was so ashamed for this bullsh*t that I caused ya. Wasted precious time of my life for a criminal. I was so in love, matter of fact, so delusional. Trying to be the opposite of sad is unusual. All I do is cry, it’s so usual.” – lyrics
‘Trippin’’ tells a heartfelt tale about a young woman who is trying her best not to lose her mind. Apparently, she’s been through a lot of rough stuff in life, and her depression is causing her to experience different types of mental health issues like anxiety. Every day, she fights demons in her head or battles negative thoughts in her mind. Later, she admits, “(I’m just) trying to make it through the day, (and) I hate (when people) ask (me) the question, ‘(Are) you okay?’”
“Imma sinner in their eyes ‘cause I always speak my mind.”
“I wrote this song when I got out of custody. I was locked up for over a year after being falsely accused. But, I got to go home free. ‘Trippin’ is about anxiety, depression, and how it is sometimes when you are feeling low. Also, the song is about how my mind is going with the flow of this madness that we are currently living in. ‘Trippin’ is easy to like because I feel like everyone has or is going through a tough path in life.” – Liz explained
‘Trippin’ contains a relatable narrative, ear-pleasing vocals, and tuneful melodies that will resonate well with fans of Rihanna, Reyanna Maria, and Sophia Dashing. The likable tune possesses melodic instrumentation flavored with contemporary and urban R&B elements. Furthermore, “Trippin’” follows mildly on the heels of Liz’s previously released singles, entitled, “X” and “CRAZY.”
“Codeine in my cup got me shifting. Close my eyes, bye-bye, now I’m drifting.”
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