Tell us your view on old school and new school music in terms of preference.
My preference goes to old school music, especially the music of the 90s that’s something that is really close to my heart and soul.
Tell us your most memorable day as an artist.
Oh, I have so many. I’m not sure I can choose the most memorable one but will say that probably the day when I finally released my debut single “Coconut Rum and Coke” and received so much heartwarming feedback that made everything worth it.
Tell us what you would do for the people if you found yourself in a position of power.
Oh, probably the most amazing thing would be if I could get our biggest leaders to stay in PEACE and stop playing games that cost innocent people’s lives! First of all, I would stop the war in Syria…
Tell us how you protect your singing voice.
HYDRATION! H2O is the most important ingredient to take care of your singing voice. And “Halls” are one of my favorite lozenges to soothe the throat after my singing sessions.
Tell us the major reason you are into music.
My soul has so much in it that it will just explode if I won’t let it all out. And the best way for me is to live and breathe music. It’s my biggest passion.
Tell us what you think about creativity and originality in music.
I think those are the most important factors in being an artist. Not only for listeners but for an artist himself/herself. Originality – that is what nobody can repeat and no one but you can deliver to the world. Producing your own ideas into art is the most beautiful and the most unique way for a creative person to leave footprints in the history of life, in my opinion.
Tell us your future plans pertaining to music.
I’m determined to pursue my dreams to make beautiful music and sing as long as I can breathe.
Tell us the secret of success.
Determination. Never give up and get up any time you fall. When one door closes another opens. I believe that the key to success is your own willpower.
Tell us how you become a musician.
My soul was singing, I couldn’t stop it and I’m glad I didn’t. Never stop learning. I’m learning to play musical instruments. Nothing can stop me.
Tell us what makes you happy and sad about this project.
The results of my creativity and all the wonderful people that support me always make me happy… what makes me sad is just that I don’t have enough hours in my days to do what I want. That’s the only part that upsets me. 🙂
Tell us your point of view on rape and sexual harassment, and how it can be eradicated.
It’s a CRIME!
The first and major thing of course is for women to speak up! For women to have self-respect and dignity and stay true to themselves. Rape is something that sometimes you can’t control. You can be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Harassment on the other hand you can try to destroy by its roots. We must report and keep outing people who do that! Go public with your accusations without hesitation! Stand against harassment!
List the people that deserved to be given credit for the making of the song.
In the latest single, “You’re Real,” a special ‘thank you’ goes to Sergio De Anda that produced this song who is a super talented producer. He plays many instruments and felt this song really well. He was able to perfectly project the emotions that I had written within his music. And of course, it would never happen without my support group.
Tell us how you get funds to run your music career.
I do a lot of modeling which is a great help to finance my singing career.
Tell us the genre of your music and the reason you decided to go for this genre.
I would call it Exotic Pop.
It’s something fresh like a new pop but I like adding a little Reggae and Spanish spiciness to it.
I don’t know why but this style seems to be coming naturally to me. I feel it in my soul.
Tell us if you prefer to write your own songs or you prefer to write with professional songwriters.
I feel good writing on my own. I love going into space with my emotions and then share them with the world, but I also really want to learn how to be in the room with other songwriters, because my dream is to make songs with the most amazing songwriters of our time like Diane Warren and Sia.
Tell us if you prefer to produce your songs or you prefer to work with reputable producers.
I wish I was ready to fully produce my own songs, but not yet. It’s always best to put two heads together with someone who knows what they are doing. I’m always a part of the production, so my moods and emotions won’t get lost in the process, won’t change along the way. At the moment I’m learning to play the guitar and the piano and I’d like to learn as many instruments as I possibly can because it’s better to have more than one string to your bow and it gives you more versatility.
Tell us the story behind this song.
Oh, it was one of those hot August days. I had just returned home to NYC after another long and exhausting trip. The first thing the next morning I took my guitar and started playing with the chords I know… simple and beautiful… It was like taking a new breath… The song was written from the beginning to the end in just a couple of hours and what inspired me was realizing how blessed, happy, and in love, I am that it even seems too good to be true – that’s where all the lyrics came from. It’s a love song about someone who takes care of you, always lifts you up, and is always by your side, whether in heart or in person. It’s about the one you dearly love and choose to be the one for you every single day.
Tell us your favourite brand of microphone.
I don’t have a favorite one yet. But I am always lucky to be recording all my music at some of the best studios that have high-class equipment.
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