Alexa Valentino’s ‘Borderline’ Is A Light Amidst Darkness

Being unstable in any aspect is a challenge unto itself. This accompanied by life’s game can lead to even the strongest of us to falter. All of a sudden, the internal voices and questions start screaming pulling us in opposite directions. It’s like figuring out a puzzle or playing tug of war but the catch here is the lights keep flickering. No one knows the end, or where it’s going, the only certainty is it’ll persist as long as the chain is broken.

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This same cloak of sadness and crippling pain is seen in Alexa Valentino’s latest song entitled ‘Borderline’. Released March 31st in all major streaming platforms via AlexaV Records. ‘Borderline’ is a track that illustrates how it feels to have BPD or Borderline Personality Disorder. While no specific person was in mind, this is a collage of thoughts of those who have it. Building this intricate blanket that provides warmth and safety from the harsh prejudice that society might throw at them. Not only that but it also serves as an eye opener to those who are unaware or vaguely know of BPD’s (Borderline Personality Disorder) existence.

Through Alexa Valentino’s heartbreakingly sweet vocals and instrumentals, ‘Borderline’ reminds us about the power of music. Through the magic touch of the artist, coupled with well crafted lyrics, and pure intentions it shows that music as an art form could go a long way. It’s innate simplicity and likability could indeed affect lives in a major way. Sure, Alexa Valentino’s ‘Borderline’ isn’t the cure but it does well what it’s supposed to do in first place. That is to make the unseen seen and felt by the rest of the world. To spark discussion about BPD but most importantly create concrete actions to reach out to those in the ‘borderline’.

Crazy about Alexa Valentina? Then let’s go and head on over to her official website, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, TikTok and YouTube accounts for more.

Illustrator and writer who loves music, arts and pop culture as a whole.
Illustrator and writer who loves music, arts and pop culture as a whole.

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