Five minutes appreciations chat with Ariaa: A young female singer and performer
We were lucky enough to have time with the rising inspiration and extremely talented female singer of the new era, Ariaa. In a very short period, she has succeeded to gain the attention of and become an ultimate inspiration for millions of youngsters. She is extremely talented and a true inspiration for everyone trying to ace the music industry with their melodious voice. The success that she is enjoying today didn’t come just like that. Ariaa has a success story that we all need to hear out. So here we are. Let us give you an insight into our short interview with her.
Welcome, Ariaa!! Please tell our readers more about yourself and your career background-
“Hey, thanks. Well, I’m originally from Hartford, Connecticut but now I’m based in Los Angeles. I have a dancing background and I was inspired to pursue my career in music after watching my father and older brother perform in their family recording studio.”
What are your hobbies Ariaa and do you think you came into the music industry all of sudden or were you born to do this?
“In my free time, I love to enjoy workout sessions and watch Youtube videos. I also really love to dance in my free time. It Jewish me young. Well, keeping in sight the fact that I’ve sung since I can remember, I can tell that I was always born to do this.
You have a unique voice and attractive lyrics followed by a powerful stage presence every time Ariaa. How were you inspired to make your place in the music industry? Also, tell us to do you write your music.
“My origin of inspiration was truly my father and brother as mentioned above. Growing up, we always had a home studio and I saw them record music and felt like I was born to do the same. And yes I do write my music as a rising artist, all from my personal and honest place.”
Any music artists who were ever your inspiration? Plus your fans want to know how easy or difficult was it to put your music out there-
“Yeah, I’ve drawn huge inspiration from some soulful artists of the music industry. Some of the big names are Brandy, Jazmine Sullivan, H.E.R., Tank, Jojo, and SZA. Putting out my music and being an artist is kind of new to me. I always wrote music but never found an opportunity to put it out there. Right now I have the momentum to do that and I’m not going to stop.”
People also want to know what normally your music is based upon.
“Luckily my music is always based upon my personal experiences.”
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People would love to know what you are doing currently.
I have recently dropped my single with the title “Brown skin” and it talks about communication in the bedroom.
Ariaa have you traveled around the world for your music career yet?
“I haven’t traveled around the world to other countries yet but I’m always looking forward to it and can’t wait to make that happen real soon.”
Ariaa what kind of role do you aim your music to play in society?
“I genuinely strive to be a triple threat in the entertainment industry, delivering memorable performances that have ultimately positive impact on my listeners and audience.”
Ariaa where do you see yourself when it comes to motivating our young generation? Aim to be a role model for young people and motivate them to pursue their dreams. I want to tell every single reader, listener, or fan of mine to never let giving up be an option. Keep thriving, keep hustling, keep struggling, and keep trying. I know it sounds to be cliché but this industry is going to keep testing you for your true potential, and all you have to do is keep going and going. I learn so much every day and take it as an opportunity to do more and even better. It helps me grow in my craft and skill from within, taking out my true work potential.”
Khalil ur Rehman is a proud born and raised in Abbottabad. Khalil has worked as a journalist for nearly a decade having contributed to several large publications including the Yahoo News and The Verge. As a journalist for The Hear Up, Khalil covers climate and science news. [email protected]
“Sinny Starr: The Masked Rapper from Great Yarmouth Taking the Music World by Storm”
Sinny Starr is not your typical rapper. Born and raised in the charming seaside town of Great Yarmouth, this masked artist is taking the music world by storm with his cold bars, electrifying cadence, and unique blend of R&B and rap. With a voice that effortlessly flows over beats like a wave over sand, Sinny Starr is quickly becoming one of the most talked-about artists in the game.
Inspired and influenced by the sounds of R&B and rap music. His love for the genre quickly turned into a passion, and he knew that he had to make music of his own. And so he did. With his debut single, “didn’t wanna know,” Sinny Starr proved that he had what it takes to make it in the music industry.
But it’s not just about making hits for Sinny Starr. He wants to make music that people can relate to. He wants his fans to feel seen and heard in his music, and he wants to connect with them on a deeper level. His ultimate goal is to perform in front of a crowd of people who can relate to his music, and he’s well on his way to achieving it.
Despite being a newcomer to the scene, Sinny Starr has already had a taste of success. His first music video hit 150k views on YouTube in under two weeks, and he’s just getting started. With his unique sound, relatable lyrics, and undeniable talent, there’s no telling how far Sinny Starr will go in the music industry.
Sinny Starr is a rising star in the world of hip-hop and rap. His unmistakable flow, grounded lyrics, and passion for connecting with his fans make him one of the most captivating and engaging artists of our time. With a bright future ahead of him, there’s no doubt that Sinny Starr will continue to make waves in the music industry for years to come.
Hamza Fazal is a reporter for The Hear UP. After graduating from the University of Abbottabad, Hamza got an internship at the NPR and worked as a reporter and producer. Hamza has also worked as a reporter for the Medium. Hamza covers health and science for The Hear UP.