“The ‘MF Life’ is about the ups and the downs. It’s about the balance of life. It’s about the yin and the yang. It’s about showing people that you just have to ride that wave. Sometimes life is that mighty fine life. Sometimes life is the mother f-in life.”
What genre does Melanie Fiona feel her music falls into?
“Stadium Soul…I needed these songs to be big and stand on their own in a stadium with out the melodies.”
Melanie continued on to say, “Soul isn’t a genre, it is a feeling. It’s that thing that moves you. That thing you have inside you.” Melanie’s connection to her music is something that sets her apart from her peers. “SuperNova became a moment that was bigger than the album. It was one of the most powerful creative moments I have ever had because I felt the universe, as crazy as that sounds, speaking me.”
Fiona ends part one of her intimate talk with Frequency TV by revealing the biggest risk she took as an artist. Check it out below!
Click here to listen to “4 a.m.” off of MF Life.
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