Discuss your personality.

I think of myself as a very emotional person, I feel everything too much, for the good and the bad, and I think that’s what makes me an artist. I believe in the things I want and try my hardest to get them. I love my family and friends and try to be there for them. My body and soul act as one; if I’m hurting inside I’ll physically feel bad. I love being active and productive.

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Brief us about you as a musician.

I’m a baby in the music industry and I have much to learn, but I love learning about music and I try to do so every day. I started singing as a baby, performing at the age of 5, writing by the time I was 9, composing at the age of 11 and recording since I was 13. I started dabbling in music production when I was 16. I released my first song at 17 and I’ve been at it since. I play the piano and perform with my original music.

I’m still building my style and its always changing.

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Go into details on what has changed in your life for choosing music as a career.

Nothing ever changed for me because ever since I can remember myself, music was the only option for me. I wouldn’t do anything else.

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Tell us the benefits and drawbacks of choosing music as a career.

The upside is that I get to do the thing I love the most everyday.

The downside is that it’s hard to stand out and it can even be a little discouraging sometimes; the odds always seem against you. Until one day they won’t, hopefully.

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Tell us how you will manage fame as an established artist.

If I’ll be lucky enough to touch lives of so many to be called famous, I’ll just try to make sure I’m giving back my love & support to those who do so for me, and keep passing on my messages through my music.

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Elaborate on the story line of this song.

I wrote it after my first break-up and I was devastated by the end of the relationship. One of the things I like about this song is the contrast between the down “heartbroken” lyrics and the groovy up-beat production.

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Tell us means of connecting you and purchasing your music online.

Facebook

https://facebook.com/LynnOfficial

Youtube

https://www.youtube.com/c/lynnmusic

Instagram

http://instagram.com/lynnmusicnow

SoundCloud

https://soundcloud.com/LynnOfficial

Twitter

https://twitter.com/lynnmusicnow

All my singles are available on Spotify, iTunes, Amazon, etc.

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Let us know the greatest moment of your music career.

So far, “I Used to Cry” was my most successful song, both musically and the video clip. The song is about bullying and unfortunately many relate to it. I never imagined the outcome would be so amazing and that I would actually touch people’s lives. I still can’t believe that more than 30,000 people chose to share it on Facebook, I’m so thankful for all the traffic it’s getting on Spotify, iTunes, YouTube, etc.

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Tell us the highest amount of money you have ever received from your music career and how it happened.

So far most of my income is from the digital distribution (iTunes, Spotify, etc.) where people listen to or buy a single online.

I was lucky to get a sync deal for one of my songs but not sure I’m allowed to share the financial side of it.

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Discuss your experience pertaining live performances, gigs, shows and tours.

When I was 5 my mom first recognized my passion to music and singing and signed me up to a singers group. As a school girl I jumped on every opportunity that involved performing and now at the age of 19 and at the beginning of my career, although I haven’t been touring yet, I’ve finally started performing with my original music. My gigs are typically located in pubs and bars and I love every moment on stage.

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Tell us how you relate with your fans.

It’s the most amazing feeling to have people you don’t even know give you so much love and support. They have no reason to be that kind and still they’re always there for me. It’s the purest kind of relationship there is. When I share my music and they say they relate to the things I’ve been through, it warms my heart.

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Tell us what you will like to change if you have the chance to turn back the hands of time.

Sometimes I feel like I waited too long to release my songs and I should have done so when I was much younger, but I don’t regret anything because it brought me to where and who I am today.

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Tell us the most important people that have boosted your music career and how you met them.

Number one is my dad. He’s my conscience when I don’t work hard enough, my advisor when I’m lost or don’t know what to do and he helps me with everything in my music. I don’t know how, but he has answers to everything (Google?????)

Beside him, there’s Boris Muzichuck who recorded me singing at the age of nine and always has and still believes in me. We wrote a few songs together and he always treated me as a proper musician and never as a kid. Dan “Piloni” Kark, one of the top producers in Israel and Jamaica, at some point became really good friends with my dad, and like a big brother and a mentor, started recording and teaching me at the age of 13. Beside them, there’s Asher Bitansky, another figure in the music industry in Israel that heard one of my songs and has been involved with me since, guiding, advising, and showing me the way into the music industry. Asher also introduced me to Yoad Nevo who produced my last 6 songs.

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Brief us on what you had in mind before considering music as a career.

Never had anything else on my mind.

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Discuss your good and bad experiences in life.

When I was in elementary school my family and I moved from America to Israel. Adjusting in Israel was terribly difficult for me with the cultural differences. I barely knew how to write and read the language; I had trouble fitting in and got a lot of hate from my peers. It was a very bad experience for me. Music was my escape. Starting to write and work with people from the industry at such a young age was a good and positive experience for me; it helped me get through everything, and still does.

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Name the artists that have influenced the world.

I can’t name one specific artist that influenced the world because there are so many. Artists that influenced my world are Lana Del Rey, Amy Winehouse, Demi Lovato, Adele and many more.

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Tell us about your moment of rejections as a musician and how you are able to cope and move on.

There are many places that won’t let me perform because I’m not famous enough. It’s a little discouraging sometimes but that makes every “yes” much more appreciated.

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Tell us the most negative comment you have ever received about your music.

As we all know there are many haters out there, and I try to avoid looking into it or giving those bullies what they want by responding. Even so, I’ll always remember a comment I got on my first song “Can’t Let Go” that said something like: “You sound like a mouse screaming for its life”.

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Tell us how to become a famous artist.

Still trying to figure that one out.

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Tell us how you plan to make an impact on the society.

By releasing more music, with my views, messages and feelings. I hope people relate and feel something when they hear it.

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Elaborate on the recording process of this song.

It was recorded at Nevo Studios in London with the legendary Yoad Nevo, who’s famous for his work with Sia, Pet Shop Boys and more. I played him the verses that I had for the song; he liked them and gave me some chords to improvise the chorus. Later on, in my hotel room, I wrote the lyrics and the next day we recorded the vocals to it. It was amazing to see Yoad in action. He’s so fast, precise and creative. I’ve learned a lot just by watching him work.

 


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