Interview: Nicollette Sullivan

Can you tell us about your latest project? What inspired it, and what can your fans expect from it?

My latest project is a collection of songs Ive been working on. I’ve enjoyed creating them and am a bit nervous to finally release them. Its like reading my journal at times.

Songwriting can be a cathartic process. What emotions or messages do you hope your music conveys to listeners?

I hope my music helps others as much as it helps me writing it.

How has your musical style evolved over the years, and what do you hope to convey through your music now compared to when you first started your career?

Im evolving as an artist. My first album was more jazz oriented now Im leaning in a more neo-soul direction.

Many fans look up to their favorite artists as role models. What advice do you have for aspiring musicians who hope to make a name for themselves in the music industry?

I’m an aspiring artist myself ……it’s like the wild west out there with all the streaming platforms etc. It’s a lot to navigate. I’d say just believe in yourself and your music and do it because you love creating music.

In the age of streaming and digital platforms, how do you navigate the challenges of making a living as a recording artist, and what advice would you give to aspiring musicians trying to break into the industry?

Like I said above…… just believe in what you are doing and put one foot in front of the other, and trust the universe to support you.

Your image and style often become part of your brand as an artist. How do you approach your personal image and fashion choices to express yourself and connect with your fans?

I pull from references in my head from my life experience, culture, and am authentic to myself. I try to just do what I like.

The future is always uncertain, but what are your long-term goals and aspirations as a recording artist, and what can your fans expect from you in the coming years?

My fans can expect me to be true to myself. I’m making music and enjoying the moment. And I am grateful for the gift of music.




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