Janiece Myers – Interview

5 Apr

As a singer-songwriter crafting her own unique sound and hoping to bring something different to the UK RnB scene, Janiece Myers is proving that she has the raw talent and drive to make her dreams come true.  With her honeyed vocals featuring throughout her debut album named ‘In My Element’ (free to download at www.janiecemyers.com ), Liverpudlian Janiece describes the recording process as something she loves.  Speaking of the album, she says ‘It was recorded over a 6 month period so we had some time to experiment with different sounds and work with different producers. The theme that I went with was basically an experiment of me being in my element so to speak and just making music that I enjoy and pushing myself to see what I could create.’ Read below to find out more about the talented songstress, her music and the sounds that have shaped her to be in her element. 

When did you first realise you had a talent and passion for music? I’ve always loved music from a very young age; there was always something blaring in the speakers at my house and then as I grew up and realised that I could actually sing and I developed a passion for it. When I was 13 I joined a local choir and it bloomed from there.

What’s your favourite track on the album and why? I love all of the songs but I would have to say ‘Fallback’ because I’m a big fan of harmonies and backing vocals on a good pop tune but this is just a simple track with a beautiful melody and yet it still has popular appeal and a nice message so I would have to pick that one.

You’ve recently played several gigs.  What’s your favourite thing about performing live?

Well I’ve always done performing arts so it’s within me to perform to people and especially when I see them reacting to my music it makes me happy to know that I can entertain and hopefully inspire whilst I’m on the stage.

Read the rest of the interview here!


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