Not A Problem
A pop gem that explores personal struggles.
San Diego-based musical creative, Estella Dawn, is a singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist with tons of power in her words. Dawn is known for her “unwavering confidence and boldly passionate delivery.” Her modern pop sound combines “divinely striking vocals” with “her ability to faultlessly unite elements of piercing delicacy and outright ferocity.” Some of Dawn’s impactful previous songs are “Orange” and “Follow.” These, and more, are available on Spotify, YouTube, and her own website. Estella Dawn’s latest drop is the pop single “Not A Problem.” The song also has an accompanying video.
“Not A Problem” has the perfect electrifying pop sound to make us think we’re safe, but things aren’t that great. Lyrics like “Think I’m becoming my father / Got a little too drunk / Danced around the room to ‘Hallelujah’” and “Yeah, I’ve been using sex / Just to feel a little present / But it’s kind of like the drugs / If I wanted I could quit it” reflect on overindulging in vices and the comfort of denial. However, there are clearly some problems that force us to look inward and see who we really are. This song forms a captivating self-examination to try and make us better people. So, press play and dive into the painful details of why something is “Not A Problem.”
Chicago based writer and creative. Fan of 80’s horror, fancy coffee drinks, and late night drives.