Written by John Vakaloloma on August 22, 2023
Anne-Marie, the British singer-songwriter known for hits like “2002” and “Friends,” has teamed up with country-pop icon Shania Twain for her latest single, “UNHEALTHY.” The song, which was released on July 23rd, is a catchy pop anthem that explores the ups and downs of a toxic relationship.
“UNHEALTHY” opens with Anne-Marie singing over a sparse electronic beat: “You make me feel so unhealthy, I keep coming back for more.” The chorus features a soaring melody and a guest verse from Twain, who adds her signature twang to the track. “You’re like a drug, I can’t get enough,” she sings. “I know it’s wrong, but I love the rush.”
The song’s lyrics touch on themes of addiction, co-dependency, and self-destructive behaviour. ” Well, if it’s unhealthy, then I don’t give a damn, Cause even if it kills me, I’ll always take your hand,”
Despite its heavy subject matter, “UNHEALTHY” is an upbeat and danceable track that showcases Anne-Marie’s powerful vocals and Twain’s timeless charm. The song is sure to be a hit with fans of both artists, as well as anyone who’s ever found themselves in a toxic relationship.
“UNHEALTHY” is the latest single from Anne-Marie’s upcoming album.
Overall, “UNHEALTHY” is a fun and addictive pop song that showcases Anne-Marie’s growth as an artist and her ability to collaborate with other musicians. With its catchy chorus and relatable lyrics, it’s sure to be a hit with listeners around the world.