Ehahn releases new heart-wrenching and vulnerable single ‘Forget My Name’ Featuring Real Remy
Ehahn is a 19-year-old singer, songwriter, and producer from Chicago and is currently based in Philly. She fell in love with music at a Taylor Swift concert in middle school and has been writing and playing instruments such as guitar, drums, bass, and cello ever since. Her first taste of performing was with her high school band, Wilde, that performed all around her home city. Though she may have started out with a bit of T-Swift influence and an indie rock group, Ehahn’s current musical style touches on so much more.
“Forget My Name” is about the type of relationship where someone is using you just to have someone that wants them. They don’t really care about you until you move on and then all the sudden, they want you back, but it’s too late. In that situation you feel really vulnerable which you can feel in the verses with the soft and simple piano, but it can also make you really mad and frustrated which is represented by the heavy chorus.
The song starts out slow and soft, talking about how they met and reminiscing about the moments and whether they were doomed from the start but realizing that she was too far in already even though she wasn’t sure the feelings were reciprocated. But the tune soon gets harder and louder when she starts wondering where they were when she needed them, thinking that maybe she didn’t need them after all. It plays on a like a loop, she talks about what went wrong and where you can see the red flags in the relation before turning back to the chorus, realizing that it’s been enough and you don’t need someone like that in your life.
The bridge at first didn’t have a feature on it but Ehahn explained that she didn’t like it and then reached out to Real Remy, who she went to school with, because she knew he was good and she didn’t lie. The two voices together in a song make It unique and it brings the song up to a new level.
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Review by Anissa Steijns
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