Courtney Hadwin is Bold, Vulnerable in Debut Single ‘Breakable’
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America’s Got Talent alum Courtney Hadwin recently released her much-anticipated debut single “Breakable.” Hadwin flawlessly delivered a powerful message with her lyrics, coupled with more mature vocals.
Courtney Hadwin Returns with New Music Under Her Belt
Over four years after she joined America’s Got Talent season 13, Courtney Hadwin is attempting to break into the music industry with her debut single “Breakable.” Hadwin teased the song on Instagram earlier this February, revealing one line from the song.
“‘I’m not sorry for being who I am’- Breakable,” she wrote.
Before Valentine’s Day, the musician gave a sneak peek of the full single. She also revealed the setup of her upcoming music video in the same teaser.
On February 24, 2023, Hadwin finally released “Breakable.” Soon after the song’s release, she dropped the song’s official lyric video.
For those who may not remember, Hadwin was a Golden Buzzer recipient back in 2018. She impressed the judges and the crowd during audition when turned her modest presence into an energetic one. She finished in the Bottom Five of the Top 10. Years later, she came back for AGT: The Champions.
‘Breakable’ Introduces the AGT Alum In Full Bloom
Hadwin stepped in the America’s Got Talent stage as a budding teenager who was aspiring to make her name known in the music industry. Now, she’s kicking off the dream with “Breakable.”
“I fell before barely got back up / So before you and me turn into us / Maybe I should walk away / Live to fight another day / Cause I will not be broken more than once,” the lyrics read.
In this debut single, Hadwin is sending across a message that bravely shows her weak and sensitive side. Her raspy and distinct voice has made “Breakable” even more heartfelt. Such was proven by Hadwin’s listeners who praised her amid this milestone.
“Loving this!!!” one user wrote. “So much talent and heart. You deserve so much for all your hard work and drive. Keep it going full steam ahead.”
As a treat for fans, Hadwin will be releasing the official music video of “Breakable” on YouTube on March 2. Before “Breakable,” Hadwin released an EP back in 2019 called The Cover Sessions where she recorded songs by Harry Styles, the Jonas Brothers, and more. She then followed this recording with a cover of John Lennon’s “Happy Xmas (War Is Over).”