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How Adele's 'Husky' Voice Inspired Lauren Daigle to Accept Her Own (PEOPLE)

Wednesday September 19th, 2018
 
Lauren Daigle is seeing fans of her music “take out all their emotions” following the release of her latest album, Look Up Child, earlier this month.
 
Daigle, who recently turned 27, spoke to PEOPLE about finding herself and seeing her music change people’s lives.
 
“People started blowing up my YouTube and my Instagram and saying, ‘Hey, I have wanted to commit suicide — this song completely just got me out of it,’” she says of her single “You Say.” “Because one person opened up their story, people just started commenting and saying, ‘I’m wanting to commit suicide, someone please help me.’”
 
“I’m watching these people take out all these emotions and literally flip upside down,” she continued. “That is the most humbling and freeing thing is seeing music and something that is a universal language actually come in and bring hope.”
 
Daigle explained that “You Say” is a reminder of “how valuable they are” and “how worthy of love they are.” The vulnerability and sound of her album seem to be…
 
 
 
 

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