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Meresha Is Back


What has changed since you first started making music?


My music journey began when I was just a little sprout of 10/11 years young.  I went to my first ever concert, which was the Black Eyed Peas, and was instantly inspired to also be on stage performing one day.  After that I got into rock bands like Paramore, and my style changed accordingly. I have experienced my music change and evolve over the years, in accordance to the tunes I was listening to at the time. In recent years, however, I have been coming more and more in alignment with who I truly want to be as an artist.  These days, I see a whole purple and green universe of MERESHA, and would one day want to make it into a video game.  Refining my musical vision has been a decade long process, as it ever continues to evolve.  I feel more confident now than ever that I have all the tools I need to create, and most importantly, because I have a clear vision of  how I want to express myself, ideas flow with ease.


What can we expect from you in the future?


I am currently working on my first concept album, with a deadline to finish it by August 10th.  You can follow my journey on my social media where I share snippets of tracks I’m working on, and to get an insight into my world.  You can expect much more music with vibrant visuals to come from me in the future.


Who or what do you look up to for inspiration?


I enjoy listening to albums of artists that care about their craft, regardless of the genre.  People that channel creativity inspire me.  Am also deeply inspired by nature, the theme of which will be present in my album.  Oftentimes, my most ignited ideas come when I am on the brink of falling asleep, or just relaxing in nature, and so I always need to have a notebook handy.  Cool things come when you least expect them to. The word ‘music’ encompasses many things.  What’s your favorite part of it? Singing will always lay the groundwork for what I do.  I don’t mind finding an awesome producer to work with in the near future, so that I may sing even more.  I love delighting in the nuances of my instrument and feeling like I’m improving my agility daily.


Where do you see yourself in the future?


Can definitely see myself on a big stage, singing with a lively, engaged audience who know my lyrics.  I want to perform at venues such as Rock in Rio which hold thousands of music lovers.  However, the most important thing for me right now is to focus on propelling my creative momentum by making more music, as this is the seed that will then grow into a cherry blossom tree if I water it enough.

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