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(New Exclusive Interview) More Than Hip Hop Talks Music With Savannah Rae | @thesavannahrae


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(New Exclusive Interview) More Than Hip Hop Talks Music With Savannah Rae

1. How long have you been creating music and what are the pro's and con's of being a singer/songwriter?I’ve been creating music ever since I released my first single at age 13. It’s been a long ride but I’ve really grown as a singer and songwriter, and have learned a lot along the way. The best thing about creating songs has to be when other people can really connect and relate to what you’re singing about. When writing songs it’s hard to be honest and open. Sometimes you even get overly critical about a piece and will pick it apart bit by bit. But, when you play it for other people and they enjoy and can associate with the song, it really kills all those doubts you had previously. It can be very nerve-wracking putting something so personal out into the world, but it’s also kind of liberating to be completely yourself.

2. Breakdown your style and sound?
My style is country with hints of pop/alternative. I would mostly compare myself to Kelsea Ballerini, Miranda Lambert, and Carrie Underwood. In my songs you’ll hear a lot of guitar and even some fiddle. I love performing with a band and really wanted to write music that would sound killer in a live setting. Very big, bright, and music you can really head bop to.

3. You just moved from Texas to California. What is the biggest thing that excites you about the move?
The biggest thing that excites me about the move is the amount of opportunity in Los Angeles. Things always spring up last minute that I would not have been able to be a part of if I had lived in another state. From premieres, red carpets, events, auditions, performances, even tapings of Disney shows, etc. All the random occurrences really make this city exciting. You never know what could happen!

4. What do you feel you bring different to the music industry that is not already there?
I think I bring something very different to the music industry, even with the way I look. There are close to zero leading ladies in the country market that have darker features. While I love my blonde haired, blue eyed ladies (girl power), I do feel I need to represent the brown haired, brown eyed, hispanic girls out there. I feel I have a very unique sound as well. I’m even doing some spanish country songs. I don’t know too many people who are doing that at the moment and I would love to pave the way!

5. Where do you see your brand and career in the next 5 years?
We’re shooting for the stars over here! I’m just focused on working as hard as I can. Whatever happens after that is completely up to the universe! I hope to be on nationwide/worldwide tours and definitely on the country music radio charts. I would love to perform at the Opry, all while making music that I care about and love. It’s only up from here!

Savvy G Music Management
Dream Werks Muzik, L.L.C.
www.savvygmusic.com

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