“My mom said I could sing even before I started talking”
We’re on Uncreative Radio with Sabela Synne
Sabela Synne is a young American songwriter and R&B singer from Miami FL who has made some huge waves in the R&B world lately.
On this episode of Uncreative Radio, Josh and Sabela discuss her music career – her motivation, and challenges she faces as a young singer trying to breakthrough in the music world.
Sabela talks about how music has been a part of her living right from when she was just a little girl.
This leads Josh to the question about hard work and being naturally gifted or wire for a particular thing.
Josh and Sabela agree that one can be naturally wired for singing or song writing, but being a master at it, takes hard work and practice.
We really have to talk about how Sabela has dealt with the different downsides that come with being an artist in this era when everyone what to sing something.
Sabela thinks it’s been easy for her to actually ignore the noise in the music industry and just focus on herself. Her actual words were “it’s been easy, just be yourself. Listen to all the noises, but at the end, it’s always about you and what you want.”
People want you to succeed on their own terms.
Josh and Sabela talk about how the Covid-19 pandemic has affected the entertainment industry.
Sabela doesn’t see the pandemic as a total disadvantage. She believes that the lockdown and all that, helped her grow first as a person, and gave her time to look deep into her thought and see what she needs to work on.
On what to expect next from her, Sabela seems to be full of optimism about the fire she is dropping in a month or two. So, watch out.
You’ve got questions, and we’ve got answers. Tune in on Thursday, February 25th at 6 PM ET for Uncreative Radio with Sabela Synne to hear what she’s been up to.
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