English singer-songwriter, Anne-Marie Rose Nicholson, has featured in many hot singles such as Clean Bandit's "Rockabye", "Friends", "Alarm", and "Ciao Adios". At 12 years old, she appeared in a West End production of 'Whistle Down the Wind'. That was her first stage performance. The artist has been practising karate since she was a 9-year-old and says that it has taught her the necessary skills required to be a successful musician - focus and discipline. The artist shares this track with Canadian singer-songwriter Shania (Eilleen Regina) Twain, also known as the "Queen of Country Pop"; it was recorded in London.
Starting with a soft guitar melody combined with the coarse voice of Anne-Marie, the song proves to be an earworm. The rhythm picks up on the chorus, and the fast-paced nature of it elevates the song from being just a regular country song. While the upbeat music makes you want to dance, the contradictory lyrics present a story of a woman who knows and admires her toxic relationship. "Well, if it's unhealthy, then I don't give a damn. 'Cause even if it kills me, I'll always take your hand" - the artist clearly states that she doesn't know or doesn't want to let go of this relationship even when everyone in her life keeps telling her to do so. Shania Twain voices the second verse of the song; her voice complements Anne-Marie's vocals and the vibe of the track. They truly are a dynamic duo, and I hope they collaborate more often.
Dive into the tune here -