1.It’s an honor to speak with you today. Why don’t you give us some details about you and your story. How did you get to where you are today?
Of course thank you for having me. I got here today by the trial in error in life honesty. I was raised by my beautiful strong mother & myself. Life showed me luxury & struggle at a young age so I saw both. Also traveling over seas and living there for years & coming back to the USA showed me & taught me a lot such as diversity strength resilience. I saw the try differences in people & the world at a young age. I started making music @ 15 in a trailer in South Carolina with no lights or water at one point. Music was always my peace my get away .
Every song I can relate to in certain way, every one. That’s why my genere of music is versatile & so is the music im able to make. From rock to country to r&b & rap I like it all honestly. The the trials and tribulations of like I’m still here going strong & a lot of things have changed around me & about me but the love for music never stops & never will. I started taking music serious( as in recoding at the studio & performing) in 2020 & I don’t plan it. With god on my side he’s just taking me further & further. I thank him my mother & my brother for who I am today.
2.I’m sure your success has not come easily. What challenges have you had to overcome along the way?
Honestly my biggest obstacles or challenges are myself & people. I’m my own enemy I can struggle with consistency sometimes & just say to say to life can make you wanna quit. Not having my biggest motivation & inspiration around (my brother) is one of the hardest things I deal with.
Not being able to go thru life with him crushes me harder then it does other days but it’s never better. & people , I was always bullied growing up, as a new girl every where I went I moved around so much & I was always different (too white) or (too black) or I dressed weird or walked weird or w.e it may be.. people around me never understood me & even now as an adult it’s hard for me to relate to people. But I also consider it a good thing because I know there’s women men out there who can say the exact same thing. I wanna be the voice.
3.Let’s talk about the work you do. What do you specialize in and why should someone work with you over the competition?
I specialize in melodies , feel good music. I specialize in smooth sound waves. I’m versatile in my music so I do have a rock song and a island song now & almost everything in between but every song is relatable in one way or another. I honestly don’t see any competition, there are a lot of women & men making music now a days .. but I’m more than 100% there not me and can’t bring everything I bring to the table. Inside & out im just different. & I can talk to the WHOLE world not just local or the USA … did I say I speak different languages? I do but that’s not the reason why I say I can talk to the whole world , but that helps of course.
4.What’s your best piece of advice for readers who desire to find success in their life?
Don’t give up, NEVER give up. Your loved and we are all the same in a way so your not alone twin.
5.Speaking of success, what does the word mean to you?
It means me and all my loved one & there loved ones are okay forever. It means im able to do for the world & that my music/name helps & is heard everywhere .
6.What’s next for you?
The real question is what isn’t lol
I’m on gods path idk where he’s taking me but I have faith. He knows me and what me & mines need. But definitely shows, visuals, more articles like this, travel & expansion.
7.Finally, how can people connect with you if they want to learn more?
You can follow me on Instagram @yanimelaniib
There’s a linktree in my bio that takes you wherever you wanna go. From YouTube Spotify & other articles & more .
Thank you again for having me .
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With a background in artist management and development, Poetic Muse is no stranger to hard work and dedication. Hailing from Los Angeles, she draws inspiration from her personal experiences, family, and influential West Coast female artists like Lady of Rage, Sylke Fine, and YoYo. Her artistic journey began in her youth, hustling on the streets of Las Vegas where she and her friends would write raps, using their daily struggles as fuel for their dreams of making it big in the music industry. Over time, her music evolved into a more personal and poetic expression, providing an outlet to vent emotions, express feelings, and connect with others.
In July 2021, Poetic Muse released the first four poems in her series titled “Phenomenal I Am,” inspired by the works of Maya Angelou’s “Phenomenal Woman” and Tupac Shakur’s “Rose that Grew from Concrete.” These pieces take listeners on a journey through her life, showcasing her thoughts, emotions, and diverse talents. Her debut in the music scene came in 2021 when she was featured on Long Beach Rapper Monsta Yo’s single “Don’t Wanna Lose You.” Then, in May 2023, she released her first single titled “Letter 2 My First Born,” a touching tribute to her son. A few months later, on July 1st, she dropped her second single “Click Clack,” featuring Los Angeles rapper Engine 5ive.
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