The latest artist emerging from the pop music industry Mac Glitzy was spotted leaving the Stanley Social House in West Hollywood CA after performing at the Lumiere Runway Fashion Show on Saturday, Feb. 12th. As part of a fashion week charity event put on by Meler Productions. The fashion week charity involvement creates opportunities through the Kaimore nonprofit organization to help underserved communities achieve stability through career development and building business opportunities.
Mac Glitzy reportedly performed a new song at the private event titled “Lucky Charm” which was produced by previous Grammy nominee producer Eric Emery of Apex Artist Studios, which is to be released in the coming months. Mac Glitzy spoke with paparazzi to pose for the cameras with their back up dancers the Damn Devillez to share a few encouraging words on their way out of the venue.
What kind of event was going on in here tonight Mac Glitzy?
Lumiere Runway show! Was a wonderful charity event with the Kaimore org. Getting to perform for a great cause was my pleasure to be involved!
What did you perform?
Just a new mix of a song and music video I have coming out next month called “Lucky Charm”!
How was the fashion show?
Oh, wonderful, you know I love all things glitz and glam so were fun to see all the beautiful fits! Plus a good causes it’s always nice to you know… Be nice! Favorite category to watch strut is Haute Couture.
We heard you’re working with that grammy nom producer?
Did you hear that? Well yeah, I am haha, his name is Eric Emery I went and recorded a few new tracks at Apex studio in NoHo.
Are you going to be on HBO?
Are you dating anyone, meet any lucky guy tonight at this event?
Did you get to keep any clothes from the fashion show?
Haha, I brought my own costume changes it was from just a Lil something from Hot and Delicious.
You got started on Soundcloud emo-trap community but have been going more pop recently?
Yes love sound cloud was a great place to build an audience and am happy to have lived through the 2nd coming of Emo/Egirl era but times are changing and I want to appeal to a broader audience plus I love to be able to make music we can really dance to! (motions to back up dancers).
Your first 2 official releases had great music videos “Bottom of the Ocean” & “Butterflies” what will this “Lucky Charm” music vid have that the previous one didn’t have?
Hmmm, a little bit of brass, a little swing to it, pimp canes being twirled our once choreo, and oh yeah the Hustler!
Hustler like Larry Flynt?
Yes I love all things Hustler and I like to think I have a nice social media relationship with Hustler… but maybe it’s all in my head haha, no we are more than IG followers were friends with benefits!
How did you go from the country sticks of West Virginia to starting to really get your footing in music industry out here in Hollywood?
Well, when I was a wild teen back in W.V. I had some really tough acting/vocal teachers that brought me out of my shell. Mrs. Miller, Bart Canizarro, Steve Glendenning, and I attended my Junior/Senior years at WV Governors School of the Arts. All they were extremely hard on me, in a good way, and I really appreciated that because the casting directors/agents/producers/ choreographers/crew peeps on set are very cut throat out here in “Hollywood” so I had that thick skin developed early and self-discipline they instilled in me, like if you want to win stuff like shut up and put in the f**king effort!
That’s part of the reason I like working with that producer Eric Emery on music and voice lessons he’s not afraid to tell me when I suck and can do better haha.
The best advice any of those teachers had given you then?
Quit following the rules. Stop, stop, stop, stop abiding by the rules. This is arts and entertainment, everyone’s formula to a good show is different. I need you to quit following the rules.
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