sid tipton is a talented singer-songwriter from Nashville, Tennessee. Not too long ago, she and Jon Santana released a lovely break-up single, titled, “AMNESIA.”
sid tipton & Jon Santana – “AMNESIA” single
“‘AMNESIA’ is a break-up party-anthem that I wrote back in 2021. I had my heart broken by a boy, and I feel like after being sad, then you seek to get your power back, and that’s what this song was for me. It’s also funny ‘cause this song is about numbing out and forgetting somebody. But a week after I wrote it, I decided to stay sober. Laugh out loud.” – sid tipton explained
‘AMNESIA’ contains a bittersweet narrative and pleasing vocals that will resonate well with fans of Tinashe, REYSHA RAMI, Olivia Lunny, and Emily Elyse. The moody tune possesses melodic instrumentation flavored with indie R&B and urban pop elements. Furthermore, “AMNESIA” is the second single from sid tipton’s upcoming debut EP. Also, the song follows mildly on the heels of her previously released single, “Bad Dreams,” another standout track with Jon Santana.
sid tipton – “Bad Dream” music video
“’Bad Dream’ is a song about the surreal feeling that comes after experiencing loss. It is an honest expression of my personal battle with depression and nostalgia when it comes to relationships. The birth of this song actually helped propel me out of this dark space and motivated me to share this story. I’m looking forward to seeing who resonates with these feelings.” – sid tipton explained
sid tipton is known for her feature on Maluma’s Grammy award-winning album, F.A.M.E. Also, she’s known for her songwriting credit for Justin Timberlake, Tinashe, and Jojo.
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