Interview with Alis Vibe

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Alis Vibe is a rising pop artist from Milan, Italy. She has been making a name for herself with pop music that inspires her listeners to dance and, at the same time, share a deep message.

Her intentional music represents her desire to raise awareness and develop a sense of community among her listers. Alis views herself as a singer and a performer who conveys a message of freedom and love to the world. Her influences include the legendary Freddie Mercury, the iconic visionary Lady Gaga, and other extraordinary and modern artists like Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa. However, behind her pop style is an important influence from folk, soul, and blues artists such as Janis Joplin, Amy Winehouse, Tracy Chapman, Joss Stone, Etta James, Alis Vibe has released two singles and aims to release her bigger project in the US soon. The project she is working on and the singles released are about freedom of expression, universal love, self-confidence, divine timing, self-belief, and trusting the process. She believes in spirit guides and uses her music to encourage listeners to follow their own spirit’s guidance.

Alis Vibe
Photo Credit: RKH Studio, Italy

What sets your music apart? What is unique, or at least uncommon?

My music is different first for the intention behind it. I kinda have the feeling that lately pop music got caught up in this incredibly interesting research of cool sounds, leaving behind the attention on lyrics. Words are the most powerful weapon we have. What I’m doing with my music right now is being intentional, I’m writing with the awareness that my listeners will be impacted and influenced by my words, because music always affects us, even when we don’t realize it. My pop is different for sure.

What is your current music project about?

It’s about self-awareness and universal love. It’s a journey throughout a subtle and less superficial world, into the depths of consciousness and heart. My music aims to generate in the listeners a feeling of alleviation, trust and freedom.

Would you like to collaborate with anyone? If so who and why?

Mark Ronson. He’s a GENIUS. He always brings out the best songs with the best artists.

Do you plan your music releases, or do you just finish a song and release it?

I’m a badass planner. Sometimes little bit too much, but since I put all of me in my songs and I do strongly believe in what I’m releasing out there I want it to be perfect. I love taking care of my songs as little seeds that through the right care will bloom into amazing flowers! And everyone looks at them amazed.

Who are your main musical influences?

Freddie Mercury and Lady Gaga are my biggest source of inspiration. Performers, great artists, they led to a positive change in the music history (and in the world too). They’re my idea of freedom, self-expression, self-confidence and unconditional creative potential.

I also deeply love Miley Cyrus and appreciate so much the cool sounds of Dua Lipa.

And in my influences for sure there are Amy Winehouse, Tracy Chapman, Janis Joplin, Etta James, Joss Stone, Alicia Keys. I love soul and blues music.

If you could ask your future self-one question, what would it be?

Am I still hot AF?

Do you sing in the shower? What songs?

I SING HARD. La Vie En Rose

Which are cooler? Dinosaurs or Dragons?

Dragons. Dracaaaaarys

What’s your favourite children’s story?

‘One-eye, two-eyes, and three-eyes’ by Borthers Grimm (big karma lesson)

What would be the ideal food to have cooked for you on a date night?

Sushi. Let’s go out!

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