Artist Interview: Tzedeckofficial.com
Tell us about yourself and your music
I am a singer/songwriter with over 20 years in the Music business. I have worked with many talented artists from many different Genres of music. R&B, Pop. Soul, Courntry, and, Hip/Hop.
Talk to us more about your latest release
My latest release is a song I wrote with my partner Rich Sokolow that was redone in a country arrangement it is called “Send Me a Lifeline”.[/gravityforms]
What inspired you to write this release?
I wanted to reach out to a higher power of my understanding for help, guidance, love, and comfort during my personal struggles and ask him/her to send me a lifeline so I knew that power was there and that would not fail me and give me the guidance, strength, and help and comfort I needed to make it through the hard times.
Any plans to hit the road?
At this time I working on new song Ideas and writing as well as working on getting my songs and music heard by great artists who might want to record some of my work for mass appeal.
As an indie artist, how do you brand yourself and your music to stand out from the rest of the artists out there?
I do my best to make all of my promo materials and pictures of my music and work stay true to the image and vision I have my myself and my music. I try not to follow the crowds but make my image come from my true essence and beliefs I have inside myself. I want my work to be authentic and real. Even if it does not fit society’s standards.
Who have you been listening to lately?
I love the Weeknd And I am a big fan of healing and spiritual music. I love Steve Halpern. His music is vey healing. I love all music.
Tell us about your passions
I am a big supporter of social justice issues. I want to help those that have been forgotten and left our by society for a variety of different issues. I also like to give back and help others with my time or with my art and music. I love peace and relaxation.
What else is happening next in your world?
I am working on my non-profit I want to start called The Myrtle Plant Ond Dollar Fund which will be a 501C to give financial resources to all clergy abuse survivors from all faiths. I hope to incorporate my music and other artistic sensibilities to create a buzz and awareness to this project as well as attracting partners to help me with my mission.
Thanks for an awesome interview, Ms. Hadassah Havivah!