Zosia (Anneke Lada) is an Alternative/Electro-Pop singer-songwriter based in Los Angeles, California. Not too long ago, she released an emotional dark-pop single, entitled, “Overthrown”.
Zosia – “Overthrown”
“Overthrown was written to encourage others to change their perception of victims. To help each other heal and understand that abuse doesn’t have to be a permanent scar or lifelong struggle.” – Zosia
“As a victim myself, I have spent my life battling shame and issues of self-worth. I was depressed and angry for every other victim who has faced, and will face, this sort of dismissal of their pain.”
Overthrown is a beautiful single that embodies the range of emotions that so many women deal with on a daily basis. Also, it details Zosia’s frustration with society’s treatment of sexual assault victims. It points out aspects of her own struggle of being a victim of sexual assault.
“We don’t have to be either vulnerable or strong; vulnerability is just another form of strength.”
Isaac Asimov’s and Pythagoras’s philosophies inspired the artist. Also, she possesses the spirit of her grandmother, a seamstress who fled Poland during World War II for a better life.
Zosia is definitely an artist you should look out for because her music is passionately perfumed with emotions of sincerity. Also, her strong vocals, at one brief moment during the first verse, resembled Sinead O’Connor’s youthful cadence.
Because of those positive attributes, we highly recommend you adding Zosia’s single, “Overthrown”, to your personal playlist.
Also, it’s always a blessing when an artist can share his or her experience to help others find strength in their times of need.