25-year-old Sydney is an emerging artist who makes music teeters between the lines of pop and R&B. Earlier this year, she made a promise to release one new song every month this year. Her latest single, "Get Used To" is a feel good song that comes as a result of that promise. In the R&B song, she sings about getting used to a new kind of love by someone who makes her feel appreciated. She sings in the chorus, "This is something new / This is something I could get used to."
Many listeners might find the production of "Get Used To" interesting as it depends on piano chords, but has a sprinkle of other percussion sounds. The lyrics will appeal to people who have an idea of what a healthy relationship is. Moments in the song, like her description of her partner pouring her coffee makes the heart crave for that kind of love.
In a press release, Sydney shared some information about how the song was written and recorded. She said, "The way I've been writing all my new stuff is I just write, whatever I truly feel. I wrote about my first hand experiences. One day I was just sitting in my bathtub and started writing the hook. I held onto the hook for about a year before I heard the beat made by Os Crowley, and it was like the beat was made for my hook. I wrote the rest of the song and contacted my studio and recorded it! It was a song that came really naturally, and I'm proud of it."
Sydney is an artist with a lot of potential, and passion for the art. Through her music, she has been making a name for herself in her home state — Maine — and across the country in places like New Jersey and Las Vegas.