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Virnaliz

THE KINGS ACES MAGAZINE:
first off thank you for taking time out to chat with us over at the kings aces.

Virnaliz:

Thank You for the interview, I'm glad to answer your questions.

THE KINGS ACES MAGAZINE:
So let the people know your name, what you do and where you're from.

Virnaliz:

Hey everyone, my name is Virnaliz and I'm an Indie artist. I am an R & B Pop Soul Singer from Philadelphia, Pa. I have been singing and writing music since I was 8 years old.

THE KINGS ACES MAGAZINE:

When was it that you first realized you wanted to do this profession?

Virnaliz:

 I knew I always wanted to sing when I first heard the artist Sade. I loved singing in my room and writing music and actually wrote my first song with my sister Tegan and our cousin Ceria titled 'Soon As Our Love Is Gone'.

THE KINGS ACES MAGAZINE:
how long have you been doing this?

Virnaliz:

I've been singing for about 24 years now. I've sung in my middle schools black history performance, as well as my high school's graduation ceremony and have recorded some of my tracks for my EP.

THE KINGS ACES MAGAZINE:

Who are your influences? 

Virnaliz:

I have many people who have influenced me, one of my favorite artists is Tina Marie. I also love Erica Badu, Ziggy Marley, Michael Jackson, Al Green and Demi Lovato to name a few.

THE KINGS ACES MAGAZINE:
What made you want to get into the business?

Virnaliz:

Music has always been my passion. Weather I was at a party, in my house or just walking down the street, I was always singing. Writing is my passion so it came with my singing. I would make up silly songs or make a beat on my phone and write a song for it. I just knew I would be singing and writing my own music. I have written two books and hundreds of poems. I'm currently working on my biography.

THE KINGS ACES MAGAZINE:

What are you thinking about when working on a beat or developing a album?

Virnaliz:

My mind goes to another place. I am at peace and I just let my thoughts run with the beat. My mood depends on the beat or how I make my tune. It can be a high octave with a pop rock feel or low and dreary depending on how I feel and what I want to sing about. There is so much to sing about and I have many stories and life lessons I like to sing about. Everything is from real life experiences.

 

THE KINGS ACES MAGAZINE:
Tell us what do you think listeners will get out of your music? 

Virnaliz:

My listeners will love what I sing about because it's real life and probably similar situations they've been through. My voice is nice and I have catchy lyrics that draw you in and I have a different sound that keeps you wanting more.

THE KINGS ACES MAGAZINE:
What is the most difficult thing you had to endure in life?

Virnaliz:

The hardest thing in my life so far that was very hard for me to endure were my feelings of being abused as a child. I was very young and experienced so much as a child it was hard for me to grasp and understand everything and how to deal with my many feelings of my overall childhood. There were so many people that wanted me to talk about my feelings and needed me to get over my feelings and moving on from them, I don't think I was fully able to understand life and what part I was to play in it. The situation has made me a stronger woman with a mission to one day help young girls who went through the same things and show them that regardless of what you go through in life you can still follow your dreams and aspire to become successful in life, mind and spirit.

THE KINGS ACES MAGAZINE:

What is the most difficult thing you had to endure in the music industry? 

Virnaliz:

The hardest thing I've had to endure in the music industry was getting people to hear my music and promote my music. Since I'm an Indie artist, I had to find all the music outlets and plugs for different venues and how to promote myself better as an artist.

THE KINGS ACES MAGAZINE:
How does it feel to  finally getting your break?

Virnaliz:

It feels great to finally put my music out there for the public to hear my voice and listen to real good soul searching music.

THE KINGS ACES MAGAZINE:
What do you hope to do with your music? 

Virnaliz:

Well I've always dreamed of writing music for cartoons or jingles for television commercials. That's my dream!

THE KINGS ACES MAGAZINE:
 if there was one thing about your career that you would change right now, what would that be?

Virnaliz:

If I could change anything, It would have to be putting my music out sooner.

THE KINGS ACES MAGAZINE:
when everything is all said and done, what would you like your fans to say about you and what you brought to the table?

Virnaliz:

I'd love my fans to walk away knowing my music comes from my heart and soul. Although I've been through it all, I'm a strong woman who works hard to give her fans her everything. My music is real, the songs are from experiences and my fans will always want to hear more!

THE KINGS ACES MAGAZINE:

Come back and sit with us well thank you for taking the time to sit with us and we want to wish you much success through out your career. Hopefully you will come some time in the future and we can keep your loyal fans updated on your future endeavors.