“Young Forever” – Riann Hilton

The idea of being young over the years has often been associated with the physical, and there is nothing wrong with that. It’s just that we should also embrace the magical wonder that comes with youth. Something that is captured wonderfully in “Young Forever” by Riann Hilton. 

“Young Forever” comes through with not only a lot of heart but also a straightforward delivery. Hilton doesn’t present flowery language, but instead just laments about the reality of what it means to be young. When she sang about how one sees the world at 13, it took me back to 7th grade when the biggest thrill in life was a teen magazine and a new CD on Friday. As kids, we tend to glamorize adulthood as the ultimate freedom. “Young Forever” is not only a reminder of the beauty of the youthful mind but a celebration of such as well displayed over this anthemic pop vocal performance from Riann Hilton. After a few listens, I yearned to hear the stripped-down, acoustic version of this. Perhaps soon…

Rainn Hilton is a fresh face in the music scene with “Young Forever” being her debut single. She came out of the gate hot, and we expect the temperature to only rise from here with what is to come. Those who are fans of artists such as pop dynamo Madison Beer and the always heartfelt Taylor Swift should take note and add this to their playlists. To do so, make sure to check Rainn Hilton out now on all major music and streaming sites today.

Written by Kendra Beltran

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