Arah Sade is a 19 year old, Brooklyn native from Bushwick who is an eclectic songstress on the rise. Her lyrics are about enlightenment and finding out who your inner self is, and by the looks of it, it seems like Arah already has herself figured out. With two music videos out for her song and spoken word “Everyday Thoughts” and “Where It All Started”, she’s already on the ball to getting her music career started. Her visuals are eye catching, and her musical influences range from Afrika Bambatta to Jill Scott. Sometimes her songs can have the pacing of poetry, which allows you to really hear and understand her lyrics. She is definitely one to watch in 2014!
Check out my interview with Arah below!
Wishing you the best,
*Music is an art medium that many choose to indulge in. What makes music special for you, and how will you use your voice to stand out?*
*Your personal style is very interesting, does it have anything to do with your musical influences?*
*What age did you start singing? And what was your first performance in front of a large crowd like?*
*If the internet did not exist, and music videos were only seen on Television, what method would you use to get your music out to the public?*
*What topic do you write about the most, and why?*
– One topic I see myself writing about a lot is enlightenment and that is a big deal in itself because ,I feel more people should tap into their spirituality and discover who they truly are. It is a very beautiful thing.
*Give us one Arah Sade fun fact.*
*How involved are you with the art direction in your music videos? Are you the kind of artist that has a concept already in mind, or do you leave it all up to the director?*
*Tell us where we can keep up with your music!*