Get to know what she wants to do for her next video and where her pop music ambition arrives from!
You have a song named “Hater Lemonade.” What is hater lemonade? How do you handle haters and not drink their lousy beverage becoming a hater yourself?
“Hater Lemonade” is a message to my haters in the form of a beverage. I have learned in this business, not everyone is going to like what I do with my music. Which is life. In that song, I’m basically telling my haters, “If you want to hate, then go ahead, but at the end of the day, it’s a waste of time.”
Time spent hating is time spent being negative and not being productive. Every person has the ability in them to do great things and be the next best. I try to not pay too much attention to my haters, but sometimes it is hard not to, and “Hater Lemonade” was the outcome.
Are the girls in your music video supposed to be haters of anyone, or do they have fun at the haters’ expense?
The girls in my music video, “Hater Lemonade,” are both models. Sara Dianne and Jamie. I asked them both to be in my video if they were feeling the song. So they represent girls that are feeling my movement. In the beginning of the music video, we have two actors who represent the “haters.”
What would you love to do in a music video that you haven’t done yet?
I would love to travel and to have a story line in one of my music videos. My next music video coming out is “Behold The Fairy Tales.” It was the most fun I had with shooting a music video. I worked with a lot of talented people on that set. Though, for what I haven’t done yet, I would really love to travel to another country and shoot a music video there. That would be exciting.
You’ve been at it with singing since 2003. What’s different now about you with your evolution?
I was raised by a musician, my father, and in a musical family. I was always surrounded by music. Though since 2003, my evolution with singing i have developed into a more well rounded artist. My vocal ability has grown, and I have learned to engineer, produce, release and promote my own material.
What do you want people to think of your work?
I want people to think of my work, however they interpret it. I don’t want to force anyone to think what they should feel about my work. I can only hope that the people who like what I do, continue to like what I do. Also, those who are just learning of my music like it as well.
How can we buy your songs?
My songs can be purchased at iTunes, Amazon, Pandora, Spotify, Google Play and most everywhere on the Internet.