Tell us your favorite instruments.

I think the voice, as an instrument is very special. Compared to other instruments it has certain uniqueness, which is something personal for each individual. But I also have a very weak spot for the piano. It’s incredibly beautiful, emotional when played right.

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List the names of those supporting you.

My family has always been there for me, supporting me financially when it has gotten rough and also been to my shows watching me perform as a dancer, actor and of course singer. My boyfriend Ronnie and my family are my biggest fans and also my toughest critiques. They always tell me their honest opinion, even if I sometimes don’t want to hear it.

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Tell us your preferred musical styles.

The music I listen to is quite far from the music I usually sing. I actually prefer male vocalists before female singers for some reason. I love smooth RnB and funky pop, my taste is quite mainstream.

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List the name of five artists that have influenced you.

Beyoncé, Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, Justin Bieber, Bono (U2) and many more.

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Share your press release and reviews with us.

LINNEA KREPPER – “Show a little love tonight” – CD Single

 

Written and produced by Georgie Davis. Lyrics – co-written by Linnea Krepper.

 

Linnea Krepper is a name to remember. With her big voice and strong personality, this girl from Sweden has managed to get her music to the USA on her own, and several radio stations have already fallen for her pop sounding tunes. Ever since Linnea was a little girl, she’s been singing in choirs and performing in musicals, dance shows and plays. Growing up she was shy and timid, but that soon disappeared during college when she realized the great potential she had, and that’s when her vision of becoming an established international artist started to form itself. After some years of music studies she started to make concrete plans in making connections with people in the business, writing songs and take every opportunity to perform for an audience. Linnea has a certain authority that reflects in her music, and a rare mix of power and softness in her voice, which creates a unique sound. With her independent and driven personality she’s already played live on Swedish radio, performed at one of the biggest music festivals in the country, been interviewed by several international magazines and released her own songs. Today Linnea is just in the beginning of her future career as an artist. Even though the music business is a tough industry, the goal will always be to inspire others to fight for their dreams and have the courage to invest in what they truly love, just like she always has.

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Tell us if you smoke and drink alcohol.

Non-­‐smoker but I occasionally enjoy drinking a glass of wine.

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Tell us your musical experience.

Music has always been a big part of my life. Ever since I was a child, I’ve been singing in choirs and performing in musicals, dance shows and plays. At every graduation I took the stage and sang. Growing up I was very shy, but that slowly went away during college when I realized the great potential I had, and that’s when my vision of becoming an established international artist started to form itself. As an 18 year old I moved out of my hometown to go and study music. After some years of studies I started to make concrete plans in making connections with people in the business, writing songs and take every opportunity to perform for an audience.

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Explain vocal training.

When I warm up my voice I usually sing some karaoke, I don’t do any special vocal exercises. I think I should start with that though!

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Discuss live instruments for recording in the studio.

Of course it can be nice to use live instruments while recording in the studio, but there are so many good digital sounds and techniques to use today so in my opinion you can come a long way using only your computer too.

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Discuss your songwriting.

Often when I write music I start with creating a beat or a melody on the piano. When the tunes are set I always get an idea quite immediately of how to sing it. I’m a very impatient person so sometimes I really need to pull the brakes a bit and stop myself from rushing through it too fast. Writing a song is easy but to write something that gets stuck in people’s minds are something else. I try not to over complicate it though because then you might just limit yourself.

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Tell us your other talents apart from singing.

I’m also a very sharp writer when it comes to non-­musical stuff. I love writing in Swedish because the Swedish language is very colorful and describing. Another goal of mine besides my music career is to write a book one day about my grandfather’s childhood and my family. There are some exciting stories to tell for sure.

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Tell us your plans in terms of your music career.

The collaboration between me and my producer Georgie Davis, who also wrote my newly released single “Show A Little Love Tonight”, has just started but our plan is to record a full album in the nearest future. We’ll first see how our newly release will be received and then we’ll take it from there.

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Tell us your worst experience in your music career.

The absolute worst experience I’ve had when it comes to my music career is when I performed at a pizzeria quite many years ago. We had a band of three and my friend and I were singing. I started to sing a solo when I heard the pianist play in the wrong rhythm. I tried to count him in again while singing but he got so frustrated by the situation so he stood up from his chair and left in the middle of the performance. I then sat down by the piano myself to finish the song and my friend had to hold the mic to my mouth while I sang. That was an awkward moment I assure you.

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Discuss sexual harassment in the music industry.

The music industry consists of and is run by mostly men still. I’ve never been in a band or played with female musicians. Almost everyone I’ve ever worked with when it comes to production, sound engineering, instruments (non-­vocals) and management has been guys which tells a lot about how the music industry is built and how it works today. I know I’m not alone in this situation, as a female singer you’re very exposed and not taken seriously in many ways. When I first started I didn’t know how the industry worked and what to look out for and sure there have been times where men has been trying to take advantage of their title and the fact that I was young and new in the business. I’ve been very lucky though never to have experienced worst things than being a bit ignored by other fellow musicians and not taken for a professional. Girls and women need to claim their space, not only in this business but everywhere. If we don’t learn to say no and speak what’s on our minds we’ll never be heard fully.

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Discuss your song and album.

My new single “Show A Little Love Tonight” is recorded in Zoetermeer, Netherlands and written by Georgie Davis and co­‐written by myself. It’s a song about love, like many others, but this love is the kind that you give away without getting anything in return. It’s desperate in an angry and confident way, knowing what you’re worth and fighting to break free. If you’re in this kind of relationship I want to give you the energy to say no and the courage to walk away. Something better is out there waiting for you; you just need to take the chances when you see them. The thing I really like the most with this track is it’s timelessness. It has a 90s vibe that appeals to me and reminds me of the greatness in that kind of songs which was released and loved during that time.

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Tell us what fans are saying on your music.

My fans and followers seem to really like where I’m heading with this track. They enjoy the video and show their support by writing sweet comments and massages and of course by sharing the song and video.

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Elaborate on your music project.

Now it’s about promoting the new single and reaching a bigger crowd. I have a long-­term vision and a goal of what I want to accomplish with my music but I’m trying to be flexible because short term plans can easily change. I want to stay as open minded as possible right now so I don’t put myself in a corner.

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Discuss multi-­genre and switching from one genre to another.

Just as people music is a living thing and therefore it can also change. Hopefully I’ll grow and develop my musicality even more in the future the further I go in my career and I’m sure my taste and expression will develop as well. I think it’s healthy for an artist to find new ways and explore their musical journey but in a similar genre. If an artist switch genre totally the fans can be confused of course, I’m sure I would. The fact still remains though; every human being should always stay true to themselves and do what makes them happy without thinking about other people’s judgments.

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State the links to your stores and website.

 

Website

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Explain the title of the song.

The title “Show A Little Love Tonight” is kind of an ultimatum, if you don’t show me love I’ll walk away. There’s a certain amount of heartbreak every person can take in a relationship I think and if you reach that limit there’s just no turning back. Everyone deserves to be loved and looked out for by someone. If you’re in a relationship, whether it’s in a romantic way or as friends and family, and you’re not being treated with love and kindness it’s just not worth your efforts. Sometimes it’s best to let bad things go so that the good things have a chance to find you.

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Tell us the official date of release.

The release date for “Show A Little Love tonight” was the 21st of March 2018.

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State the reason you are into music.

Music allows me to feel without having to think. When I sing I’m very aware of the moment but at the same time my mind is completely somewhere else. Through music I can express all of my emotions, which are too strong and difficult to say only with words. The industry is very challenging but also very stimulating. For me, who’s an extremely energetic and emotional individual, this business have a way of making me feel both frustrated and exited all at the same time which sometimes can be a bit confusing of course. As long as my music gives me happiness and energy I’ll continue doing what I do.


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