Saturday, November 6, 2010

(CEO LE' NALORS) How did you get into doing some modeling?

( ANAIYAH ) Well it all started actually from my great grandmother. She was a seamstress from Jamaica and she designed everyone's clothes. I was her little doll. My grandmother's from both sides of the family encouraged me to know about poise, walk, position, and fashion.

(CEO LE’NALORS) I see your also into music … When did you first discover your talent for the biz?

( ANAIYAH ) Aside from being the doll of the family I sang in my local Elementary school from the age of 5. I would sing infront of audiences filled with people over 500 people at a time. I have a strong background in opera where I was taught from the age of seven from The University of Miami how to sight read music. There I was open to music from all shapes and forms and different dialects from Spanish Hebrew Italian and French.

(CEO LE’NALORS) What Genre of music best describes your style?

( ANAIYAH ) Since I am a trained dancer .( was taught ballet jazz african ) I wanted to get into the electronica pop genre. During my transition of getting in realm of professional music at the age of 22, I steamed from RNB, DANCE, RNB HIP HOP, REGGAE, REGGAETON AND JAZZ.
My genre that defines my music is really if I was able to relabel one would be Feel Good Music. I want my audience to dance, move, and make people feel good when you are listening to it. I write songs that can relate to my audience. I want my audience to understand that when they are going through something and they need some insight it's ok to pop my song in your home stereo , boom box mp3 or 4 , computer where ever you able to hear my voice that I understand what you're going through and I am that person who they can rely on to get through it

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