Melanie Miranda


We had the chance to speak with Melanie Miranda who’s releasing her new album entitled ‘Conflicted’ inspired by Artist like Jennifer Lopez, Selena Gomez, and more Latino powerhouse artist she was driven through her personal journey and struggles during the creation of this album. She said, “I really wanted to incorporate my Latino Culture while expressing myself and sharing my journey with everyone. The Entire EP will have Latin sounds and lyrics while still catering to mainstream Pop, Hiphop and EDM.”

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The Five song EP will feature different parts of her life that are hopefully relatable and people can quickly identify with. Her favorite songs on the album thus are are ‘Luchadora’ and ‘Lately’ “These songs are the most positive and empowering songs on the album. I ’m wanting to encourage women despite their circumstances in each song.”

She’s currently in rehearsals and preparing to start performing the new album live. Her goal is to make Latino culture known within the mainstream pop culture. “While many artist have had some success with this within their music, I believe we can achieve more and we still have a lot of work to do.”

We asked her outside of music what could we find her doing and she said, “Dancing – I grew up dancing around the house with my family and I find so much joy in it.”

We truly wanted to know the biggest thing she struggles being a bilingual and cross over artist. She said, “The hardest thing is wanting to cater to both culture and figuring out in your own way how to do that. Specifically in the entertainment world with people insisting they are too different worlds. In the end we make a way, my hope is to make it easier for other artist.”

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