Welcome to the Ms. Hollywood Magazine family.
1. Let’s start by telling the people a Lil about yourself that they may or may not know about you?
I am an artist and singer-songwriter from Poland so I speak two languages. I can write music in both tongues and have been releasing music for almost 2 years. I have songs out now on my label LHP on all Digital Streaming Platforms and I am working on my upcoming EP due out later this year.
2. How did you get your start in the entertainment industry?
I have been on the stage since I was fourteen. When I was seventeen I was a member of a choir that was always performing at a big event for Christmas in Poland. When I came to the U.S I met my producer and began performing with his band and we ended up performing in Boston, L.A, and just even did a performance in Nashville.
I think it is important to remember that music is entertainment yet acknowledge it as art at the same time. People want to have a good time and artists want to entertain while maintaining their artistic integrity. We try to strike the right balance with the live show.
3. Tell us about your new single?
Living In The Future is about focusing on the present moment and embracing the courage necessary to not feel the need to escape from the present.
This song is about coming of age in the modern world where society as a whole is embracing a force beyond the scope of perception. The track is about modernity at its core and what it represents aesthetically and morally as technology and modern lifestyles clash with who we are biologically and spiritually as humans. It is a testament to not worrying about what will happen tomorrow because we cannot always prevent certain situations from unfolding.
4. Can you tell our readers more about The difficulties that you’ve faced early on as an artist?
There is almost what the industry wants from you and then what you want to do to stay true to yourself as an artist. We all want success to some degree so for me finding a balance has been a good challenge.
5. Who inspires you as a singer-songwriter? and who do you look up to?
I have always been inspired by singers like Amy Winehouse, Adele, Jorja Smith, and Tony Bennett.
6. If you could have a sit-down conversation with anyone dead or alive who would it be and why?
Billie Holiday, Amy Winehouse, Quincy Jones, or Jesus even. Because they are amazing. I would love to talk to them about songwriting.
7. How do you turn a negative into a positive?
By writing and recording my own songs, poetry, and thoughts. When I write a song I feel I am cleaning my energy in general and transmuting all the negative emotions.
8. What kind of advice would you give a newcomer trying to pursue a career in your line of work?
Be strong, and know your worth. If you want to say no that’s good, then that is not for you and that is not what you want to do.
9. Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
I want to open my own vocal coaching school and release bigger album projects in addition to singles. Also, I would like to be performing with artists on as many stages as possible.
10. What has been the highest point of your career so far?
Definitely, the highest point has been seeing the response to my streams on Spotify and witnessing how people will find and enjoy good music, period. I am looking forward to my new EP because I have a good feeling about it, that will be an accomplishment for me.
11. If you could go back in time and speak to a younger you what words of advice would you give yourself?
I would tell myself to not waste time on people who want to take your energy away and choose your time wisely.