FRESH MEMORIES 2014
2014 FRESH edition x Interview by French Vouvou & Aytwala
Los Angeles... How can you describe this area in three words for our readers? It is so hard to just choose three, but I chose exciting, opportunities, and beautiful. Los Angeles is very exciting because there is always something to do and a lot of things to see and experience. I chose the word opportunities because there are so many out here and they are endless. Finally, I chose beautiful because this city is my home and I consider it to be one of the most beautiful places and you can’t beat the weather.
Tell us 3 things you love about L.A... The three things I love about L.A. are the weather, people, and opportunities. I love the weather because of the fact that it can be 70 degrees in the winter is amazing. I love the people because you get to meet so many cool and interesting people that you just never know who you’re going to meet. I love the opportunities because, like I said earlier, there is always something to do whether there’s a festival, concert, or a show. You can never be bored.
Is it the perfect place for an underground artist who wants to shine? I absolutely think it is the best place for an underground artist because there are so many resources and connections to be made out here. The opportunities are endless and you have to make sure you take advantage of those opportunities and make the best out of them.
3 Things you hate! The three things I hate are tough because the only thing I really hate is traffic, traffic, and traffic. There is tons of it and you can’t really escape it.
How did you choose your stage name? I choose my stage name NEVAEH because of my personality & what my friends & peers think of me as a nice, caring, & fun loving person. What is the “Nevaeh” special touch? :-) What do you bring to the table? What I bring to the table is dope music that is relatable and real. That’s how I want to connect with other people. When I listened to your music, I found some similarities with Tinashe.And it is a compliment! Is she an artist you admire? Does she belong to the people who inspire you? It is a compliment. I actually get that a lot and I think the style of music we do is in a lane that hasn’t been explored too much. I absolutely admire Tinashe and I think she is very talented. I remember listening to her since her “Boss” days which is completely different from “2 On”, but that just shows her versatility.
How did you hook up with super producer Killa B? Tell us the story! I ran into Killa B while I was in a session with some friends. From there we exchanged contacts and I invited him to another session I was working on to check it out which turned out to be the first time we actually worked together. Since then, we just clicked and became really close. We still talk about that song till this day which is funny. Let’s talk about the “Cut Off” single feat. Tracy T. What has the feedback been about it? The feedback on “Cut Off” has been amazing. We didn’t expect it to get as much love as we did considering it was just something my friends over at RnBass convinced me to put out to finally put a song out. I’m really excited and I can’t wait to put more music out. Read the full interview on blvckskies.com
“I absolutely admire Tinashe and I think she is very talented. I remember listening to her since her “Boss” days which is completely different from “2 On”,
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