I’d Rather be successful than revenge: How Abigail Spenser Hu Turned Heartbreak Into Electronic Pop on Debut Song Inward

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Published January 30, 2023

Los Angeles, California, United States, 30th Jan 2023 – Abigail admits that even though she always wanted to be influential as a star, she’s not actually a fan of the razzle-dazzle, “lights, camera, action” part of fame. I have met so many big Hollywood people over the years, it wasn’t really exactly what I wanted in life at that time, but I have a bigger mission now I have a message to spread through my work. And that’s what keeps me going now. You can’t impact the World in any way if you are nobody.

“It’s natural for me to just flip that switch. But it’s like, I have to turn that on,” she says. “That’s my stage character, I’m just a girl next door the rest of the time in my pajamas.”

The song is inspired by major heartbreaking moments of her life she experienced over more than 5 years with relationship and business partnerships and although Abigail Spenser Hu has been private about her personal life in the past, she’s putting everything out there on this song– something that shows just how far she’s continued to success in everything she put her hands on.

“ I cried so many times during the song writing process” , it’s a mix of tears from past heartbreak moments that she gave so much love to people in her life but those who didn’t reciprocated cos their own issues. “ I just can’t be there for people forever if they aren’t ready to reciprocate” Also it’s a reminder for herself to be strong no matter what kind of hardship might come her way. “People in general know me as a happy person or carefree, I might seem to have a comfortable life all along, it’s barely the case I have been on my own since I was 16, and I have to through a lot of hardship people don’t know about, I had it be strong not by choice. A lot of people tell me I am brave, I have become fearless through my emotional struggles.”

She mentioned : “I tend to have poor boundaries over the years, I give too much and people take it the wrong way and take it for granted”. This song is also to convey the message about vulnerability and boundaries. We all go through a learning curve and like in the song “it’s not easy to start from what you know” but things eventually all get better from learning, it applies to life and relationships and work.

She mention has been a supporter her whole life, she gives her love to strangers and friends. “I will get you through somehow” but not everyone is gonna give the same energy in return. So those people eventually become strangers in your life. “ I have come to realize not everyone deserve my time and energy”

“I think a lot of singers put their life story in their songs as it’s what impacts them most as a real person, that emotions are real, and it connects you with your fans” Nobody’s life is perfect, the joy and pain is what makes life real. “I have become the best version of myself thanks to everyone who didn’t believe in me” according to one of the IG post. Isn’t that the story for all of us. We just human beings.

“I am gonna share more of my stories through my songs in the near future” we can’t wait to hear what’s coming next with Abigail Spenser Hu. She is such a creative soul in all aspects. We are so excited about anything she puts her hands on. 

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Organization: Abigail Spenser Hu

Contact Person: Jospeh Collins

Email: [email protected]

Website: https://www.abigailspenserhu.com

City: Los Angeles

State: California

Country: United States

Release Id: 3001232342

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