Caitlynne Curtis, a Billboard charting artist, and Angels & Outlaws The song "I Will Survive" tells the autobiographical story of Curtis's positive life transformation and her newfound purpose as a mother to her son.
"It's about my son, who made me realize I have more to live for than I ever imagined. I'm so grateful that he has shown me what happiness looks like in life."
"I Will Survive" is an excellent song for all women, with a clear message that women affect change in a variety of ways, including as mothers, daughters, business owners, artists, sisters, wives, friends, and role models.
At the age of three, Caitlynne Curtis began to sing. She says, "I used to sing to my grandma," with nostalgia. At six years old, her mother enrolled her in voice lessons.
It's like I knew from then on that music is what I wanted to do," she remarked as soon as she received her first solo. When she was twelve years old, her parents relocated her entire family from Massachusetts to Nashville so she could pursue her musical career.
Caitlynne thought she had lost her chance to become a singer when she was just 16 years old and received a heartbreaking rejection from X Factor,
but she never really gave up. When she gave birth to her son at the age of 19, her life took a turn for the worse. She would record song covers for her Instagram as a small way to keep her dream alive, in addition to selling cars to support her and her son.
Luckily, everything changed when the right person arrived and the stars aligned. Thirteen years after relocating to Nashville, Caitlynne is now living the life she always wanted.
She signed with the independent label Angels & Outlaws, run by rapper Struggle Jennings, and early in 2021 she dropped her debut full-length album. "I Will Survive," her most recent single, is an autobiographical story.