Emily Monsen Chooses To Throw Away The Man

The country-popster is through wasting quality time on a bad romantic relationship.


Emily Monsen looks out for No. 1 her new single Throw Away The Man — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

Renowned for her compelling musical narratives that mirror her personal growth, singer-songwriter Monsen’s latest track finds the 24-year-old artist recounting a relationship with a significantly older partner while candidly addressing red flags and her inclination to fix others. Through introspection and resilience, Monsen discovers her self-reliance, rendering the track a relatable anthem of empowerment.

Throw Away The Man resonates as a universal tale of breaking free from a toxic relationship, a declaration that prioritizes self-worth and personal evolution. Monsen made it clear that, “when faced with the choice of wasting good years of your life on a hopeless cause or moving on, you don’t throw away your future — you throw away the man.” Monsen masterfully blends the genres of country-pop and rock, using rhythms and infectious melodies to showcase her artistic versatility.

This song is a testament to her growth and journey, fortified by a carefully constructed composition and impeccable production. The emotionally charged lyrics lead into a dynamic post-chorus, creating a breath of fresh air and a captivating musical experience.

Monsen’s musical repertoire showcases her raw vulnerability by capturing pivotal life moments that resonate deeply with her audience. Monsen’s stage presence has always been undeniable, from early endeavors as a talent show contestant to winning the esteemed KJ97’s Country Kid contest in Grade 6. With aspirations of gracing iconic country music venues, her passion does not go unnoticed. Monsen’s songs are characterized by a fusion of rootsy acoustic guitars and evocative piano arrangements that enhance her moving and realistic narratives. Through her distinctive countrypolitan vocal style, Monsen infuses her songwriting with unflinching self-awareness, crafting each track as a powerful testament to personal growth and introspection.

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