Suzanne Sami interview

A conversation with alt-pop singer/songwriter Suzanne Sami

We are sharing our recent interview with a talented and inspiring artist Suzanne Sami.

Twist Online : First of all please introduce yourself to our readers.
Suzanne Sami : I’m Suzanne Sami. I’m an alt-pop singer/songwriter originally from Nashville, TN and currently live in New York City.

Twist Online : Who or what inspired you to get into music industry?
Suzanne Sami : As a kid, I would go home after school to sing on my karaoke machine until I had to go to sleep. It was the most joyful experience. Growing up, I learned how to write songs and fell in love with the process. Eventually I went on to learn how to produce for myself as well.

Twist Online : Tell us about your upcoming EP?
Suzanne Sami : My EP, ‘If, Then Part 1’ is coming out in mid December. For the last couple of years I’ve produced dozens of songs and came up with a small selection of my favorite ones. These songs represent how I felt through the journey of meeting someone and falling in love and, of course, the heartbreaks.

Twist Online : What kind of response are expecting from the release?
Suzanne Sami : I don’t know what to expect to be honest. I’m just letting my art go because I want to make more.

Twist Online : What’s your favorite music genre?
Suzanne Sami : I love all genres, pop, blues, jazz, country, classical, you name it. It just depends on the current mood; but for my own creation The mix of synths, edm, and pop is where I put my creative efforts in.

Twist Online : What’s the best part of being a music artist?
Suzanne Sami : There is no better feeling than expressing yourself through art and having someone relate. You can’t buy that type of connection.

Twist Online : Have you set some goals to achieve?
Suzanne Sami : I have.

Twist Online : Are you working on any new project?
Suzanne Sami : My EP is the biggest project I have worked on so far. I still am working on it, and have been all year. I think projects like these have a lifespan of around 2 years. There are so many elements to it including songwriting, producing, mixing, and mastering. Then, you have the marketing side; which includes making the artwork, promoting, performing in public, and all types of other creative avenues. It’s thrilling to have projects like these, the goal is to be sustainable enough to do more.

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