“Some people valued my appearance rather than my music for their business.”
“You’re a free bird.”
“I’ve never been conscious of myself as a woman when I’m an artist.”
When it comes to being authentic in your music, LA’s Charlee Remitz takes it to a new level….
Stan talent, stan LOOΠΔ.
“I still deal with men in the music industry pretending to form a professional relationship with me when they’re in fact looking for something personal and sexual.”
“Some people often put too much emphasis on things other than the music, for instance, what someone looks like.”
“It is difficult to survive in the K-pop market where so many girl groups are active and not even receiving public attention.”
Vero Faye, otherwise known as CZARINA, is the real life Brooklyn-based Hannah Montana – kind of. Similar to…
Irish country music sensation Catherine McGrath shares her views on the genre’s renaissance and why she thinks country is resonating so much with listeners.
Ally Ahern explains why it’s not so bad to want somebody who’s bad for you, as well as music industry double standards and high pressure demands for women to sexualize themselves.
Any girl band worth your time knows how to master the art of harmonizing together, and L.A. queens…