AnnMarie Fox has got a lot of love for her land of birth but feels that the love is not reciprocal. Simply listen to this Comic-loving and super vocal
AnnMarie Fox has got a lot of love for her land of birth but feels that the love is not reciprocal. Simply listen to this Comic-loving and super vocal woman`s track entitled “Land aint loving me” and you will clearly hear her cry for some love and respect for her and her loved ones.
We were honored to do an exclusive one on one interview with her and you can read all about it down below.
Q: Can You please tell our readers your real name as well as your stage name?
A: My real name and stage name is AnnMarie Fox
Q: How old are you?
A: I love to keep the public guessing!
Q: Where are you from and Where were you born?
A: I was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York
Q: At What age did you start making music?
A: I started writing poems and composing melodies at age 10, but I’ve been involved in chorus/choir and dance classes since the age of 8.
Q: What genre of music do you particularly love?
A: I don’t have a particular genre that I love more than the other. Some days I’m in the mood for R&B/Soul, Hip-Hop, Soca, Classical, Jazz, House, Dance, Latin, Rock…I love music.
Q: Who is your favorite artist and why?
A: Michael Jackson, in my opinion, is the consummate artist. His conviction, showmanship, relentless hard work and creativity inspired me to want to perform.
Q: What are your hobbies?
A: I’m an avid comic reader and collector. “Nerd-raging” if that can be considered a thing.
Q: Do you play any musical instrument?
A: If vocals are considered an instrument I play that and I dabble on the piano a little.
Q: Where do you get your musical inspiration?
A: I draw my musical inspiration from mine and other people’s real life experiences.
Q: Do you write your own music?
A: I have written everything that I have released so far. I wouldn’t mind collaborating with another writer.
Q: If you were given a chance, which Artist would you love to perform with?
A: If given the chance, I’d love to work with Janelle Monae. She reminds me of a female Prince. Beyonce is a given.