Pop singer Caitlynne Curtis' life was irrevocably altered at the age of 19 when her adorable son Jonah was born.
Just in time for National Women's Month, she released her anthem for women, "I Will Survive," inspired by her son.
On a Saturday, while I was playing guitar for him, he asked me to compose a song.
I knew that cheerful and enjoyable writing was necessary whenever I imagined writing for him because that is how he was best described.
Her son's cameo at the song's conclusion is her favorite aspect of the single. It was a "proud mom moment," as she put it.
Curtis claimed that Jonah was a natural at recording, which led her to realize that she had given him her singing genes.
Jonah was once again a natural in her music video, which you can see. He certainly did not avoid the camera when Curtis wanted him to be the lead role.
Although becoming a parent at a young age was challenging at first, Curtis learned how resilient mothers are. Her life "completely turned around," and she discovered how to make it her own.
She aimed to write a poignant song that fathers could identify with in addition to mothers. She emphasizes that since all parents adore their children, they should all be acknowledged and appreciated.