“Infinite” – Lyn Lapid

There was no need to tell me that “Infinite” was inspired by a moment in one of the greatest pieces of literature in the coming of age realm, and that’s ‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower.” Anyone who has cried over the pages, or had to wipe their eyes during the 2012 film adaptation knows the line in which Lyn Lapid pours her heart into throughout this beautifully pieced together song that has the power to move people of all ages.

For those who Lyn Lapid would consider a peer, this song is your here and now. You’re young and have all this mess of dreams and doubts swirling around in between your ears, but on the perfect night, in a perfect moment – time ceases to exist and you feel well, infinite. On the flip side, I am far from being the same age as the 18-year-old talent but hearing this song, her words hit me – and not just because she pays homage to a book that owns my heart – but because how she crafted this work of poetry into song makes me nostalgic for those nights where I was young and felt like every moment in this song.

Like Billie Eilish and Olivia Rodrigo, there is no distinct style Lyn Lapid and “Infinite” falls into. You could call it alternative pop, or you could just call it a freaking well-crafted piece of music that can move listeners from various walks of life. I’d go with the latter on that one, but that’s no surprise as Lyn Lapid has proven time and time again in recent years that the talent is there. A Tik Tok sensation, her originals and covers bring in millions of views from around the world.

With “Infinite,” she can and will go from Tik Tok to being a household name. Those who want to check out powerhouse can do so by getting their hands on “Infinite,” which is available on all major music and streaming sites now.

Written by Kendra Beltran

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