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Spotlight Interview with Arianna Kant

A new and refreshing full-album release from Arianna Kant comes through with a drive of emotion and a beautifully stripped-down feel that lets you get taken through each song as if they were chapters of a story.

The Deep album is comprised mostly of piano and vocals and the songs themselves can feel theatrical, cinematic, powerful, and impactful as the artist pulls it all off in this almost unplugged approach giving everything this wonderful sheen.

Everything feels very personal, and Kant has no problem letting out what she needs to on this record. There are little boundaries and tons of upfront honesty, and these are the things that make this record have bot a youthful undertone but a mature sense as well.

These are singer-songwriter pieces performed on piano with tons of dynamic range and the ability to pull out performances that can really hit that sweet spot.

The performances both vocally and instrumentally are passionate. They have that emotional backbone that drives the songs and with that, they come through with a feeling of awe.

Kant wears her heart on her sleeves, and it makes for quite an impactful record, and she's got soul and a genuine tonality to the way she does her thing.

That stripped down feel also lets you really pay attention to the words on the songs which also helps take you on those journeys and through those chapters, experiences, and emotions.

With such a gracefully done album, we wanted to have a chat with Arianna just to find out where all of this actually came from.

Here's what happened.

RAG: Okay so let's start with "The Deep". This single has a stripped down and cinematic feel to it! Where did this song come from?

For some years I have been an actress but always music was my final goal.This song comes directly from my soul referring to music

RAG: So how did this all begin for you? When did you fall in love with music really?

I was little girl,I miss to be a singer and now finally realize my dream we this debut album.

RAG: Who is in your headphones right now?

I listen in to all kind of music my fav are: The Beatles ,Paul McCartney alone,Phill Collins,Rod Stewart,Billy Joel ,Neil Young,Barbra Streisand, Sakamoto, Carole King and some Jazz.

RAG: What inspires you to write a song?

My inspiration generally regarding what it's happening during my day.

RAG: I'm hearing some great styles on this song. Who are some of your biggest musical influences?

Mr.Sakamoto ,David Sylvian, and Billy Joel.

RAG: What are you doing when you're NOT working on music?

I'm a dancer to cause makes me happy and open my soul .

RAG: Would you say live performances are a big part of what you do?

Of course cause for a music artist is everything.

RAG: What can your fans expect from you in the near future?

I hope I can give them a new album and live performance.

RAG: Before we go, what would you like to say to fans of the music?

Music is the soundtrack of life let's never switch off it .

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