Natalie Carr is a North Carolina-based singer-songwriter from Stamford, Connecticut. Not too long ago, she released an appealing music video for her “Wasted Potential” single.
Natalie Carr – “Wasted Potential” music video
“I wrote ‘Wasted Potential’ about no longer caring about living up to society’s expectations through the lens of a dysfunctional relationship. In the hook, I write, ‘We’ll always be broke and we’ll always be late. I’m a piece of s*** without a 401k.’ It’s a playful take on making people upset whose opinions probably shouldn’t matter in the first place (I.e., people you knew ten years ago, your ex-boyfriend’s mom, etc.). I’ve had an unconventional life and path and one of the things I’ve always believed is that you’ll never have the time back to take risks and chances. This song is my ‘don’t play it safe’ anthem. I want people in their twenties to hear this song and feel validated if they don’t have their s*** together.” – Natalie Carr explained
‘Wasted Potential’ contains a relatable narrative, meaningful topic, and ear-pleasing vocals. The memorable tune possesses crisp, bouncy drum-laden instrumentation flavored with a contemporary pop vibration. Furthermore, “Wasted Potential” is a layered tune with insights about Natalie Carr’s generation.
Natalie Carr pulls inspiration from artists like Tove Lo, Miley Cyrus, Dua Lipa, Rihanna, and Lauv. Her vocal style is similar to Alessia Cara and Kehlani. Listeners find themselves enthralled with Natalie’s writing, enchanted by the way it resonates with their day-to-day life. Topics she writes about include heartbreak, society’s perception of young women, personal anguish, and abuse she has experienced in her own life or through the eyes of a friend. Also, Natalie has a natural ability to take complex and personal truths and experiences and translate them into music with the ability to connect and inspire others.
“Wasted Potential” single
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