Wednesday, August 11, 2021

New music video from Faithvonic is on the horizon.

After a recent work went viral, a ‘Liberian independence’ story told through photos, the artist is on to the next project. Faithvonic is gliding her way to the top of the music industry with a consistent flow of quality music, visuals and hot photos. Check out our interview below.  

What is your next project?

My new song “Come Correct” ft Stunna music video to be released very very soon. I’m excited about it, we went all the way in. 

When you create music, what is your personal purpose or goal?

To make sure my message touches people and make them feel alive despite whatever they going through. This is why I preach inspiration behind the beat. You dance and think later.

What has been most challenging aspect of your career? 

-Getting my work across Liberia. 

It’s very challenging because I don’t have the necessary push yet but my team is doing their very best to get me out . Although it takes time but one day I will be there.

What draws you to your preferred genre?

-The sound, the Afro pop and gbema 

It just make me feel alive. It awakens that spirit of joy and happiness .

What is your biggest musical challenge?

-Getting people to accept my sound. 

My sound is different from  the trending sound so getting mine out there it’s a bit difficult, but I’m positive if one of my sound hit ,it will definitely register in the book of trending sounds

Are you creative in other disciplines?

Yes, mostly in designing and creative directing. 

When did you start writing music?

-Actively in 2012

I started actively writing my own songs because  at that time I was opportune To go to studio and record my own songs.

What inspires your writing? Do you draw inspiration from poems, music, TV, or other media?

-Music and sometimes poems. 

I’m that one word turn in to a whole song type of artist.

Mostly when I listen to rappers.

She’s a “one word turned into a whole song” type of artist. Stop sleeping on Faithvonic. She is a creative force. She definitely has the potential to take the Liberian culture to the next level. 

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