If you’re looking for a little taste of vengeance to get you through the middle of the week, then look no further than Rebecca Sichon. Her latest release, “Let Him Sink,” is a badass, head-bopping track that focuses on female empowerment, with a slice of revenge. Inspired by her experiences of navigating relationships with men, Rebecca decided to write an exaggerated song describing the feeling of vengeance and seeking revenge after betrayal, using manipulation and the female powers over men to fight fire with fire.

Rebecca is a singer/songwriter based in Vancouver who is quickly garnering local attention. At the age of 19, she has already released six singles, an EP, and performed at dozens of shows across the Lower Mainland, including Mission’s Folk Festival in 2017 and 2019. After falling in love with singing as a child, she was able to develop and grow her passion from a young age, beginning to record songs by the time she was 8 and then writing her own by the time she was 12. With a raw, unmistakably powerful voice, Rebecca seeks to impact the world with her music and inspire others with her passion. Building up for her upcoming releases, the young singer is eager to show the world everything she is capable of.

“Let Him Sink” is a prime example of Rebecca’s writing prowess and an even better showcase of her compelling voice. She recruits hip-hop artist Trewth to provide a rapped introduction to the story. He portrays the male perspective of unawareness in the plot, interrupted by the overpowering desire for retribution by Rebecca, a storyline to which many can relate. An electro-pop soundscape provides the backdrop for the enticing storytelling aspects of the track. The real star is the impressive nature of Rebecca’s vocals, however. She commands attention with her dynamic control of vocal range while allowing strong emotion to shine through. There is undeniably hypnotic energy in this track and it further supports Rebecca Sichon’s journey as an artist.

Elena Lin Administrator
I am a concert/festival photographer based in St. Louis. I’m always eager to travel for new music and experiences and to meet new faces!
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Elena Lin Administrator
I am a concert/festival photographer based in St. Louis. I’m always eager to travel for new music and experiences and to meet new faces!

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