Currently studying at the world famous Berklee College of Music, Gianna Adams has had music in her blood from a young age, having begun song-writing at the tender age of 5. A talented actress and performer, she recently released her EP I Don’t Know, and she spoke to ThisIsTheLatest about her favourite track on the collection, the venue she’d most love to play and her thoughts on the power of social media.
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Gianna Adams: My name is Gianna Adams. I am an 18-year-old singer-songwriter from Las Vegas.
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GA: I think a major selling point for myself is that I also act and dance, which gives me great advantages in a lot of situations, and then there’s just being a total dork and really telling stories through my music for people to relate to. I think we all bring our own personal magic to things and my music and brand is really surrounded by my silly, sarcastic self just loving what I’m doing and really aiming to inspire others like those who inspire me.
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GA: The three people I have been majorly inspired by are Bea Miller, Madison Beer, and Camila Cabello. These three power house females make such amazing music, and are all writers as well which I connect with tremendously. They all have such dope sounds, and grooves, and really just put their hearts and passion on the line – you can clearly hear it through every word, and every song they sing. They all make music that I not only enjoy, but that is also very much up the alley of the kind of sound and music I enjoy and make. They have definite influences on my own music for sure.
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GA: I honestly couldn’t put my finger on an artist I necessarily sound similar to. I think if I had to choose though Meghan Trainor would be someone who has a similar vibe.
source TITL: You attend the Berklee College of Music. How is the school impacting your career in terms of what you’re learning/being taught there, and what’s it like attending such a famous institution?
GA: School is definitely impacting my career in various positive ways! I am studying music theory which is greatly improving my musical abilities; helping me play more fluidly and just allowing me to learn more about musical techniques and the language of music itself. I am also taking music marketing and techniques classes which are a huge help in developing and working towards promoting my music and myself and having more of a professional and knowledgeable approach in doing so, as well as achieving overall improvement as a songwriter. It’s such an honor to be attending this amazing institution. So many artists and songwriters I look up to have studied here, and to have this on my resume, knowing so many artists I admire have it on theirs too, is just such a blessing. I couldn’t imagine studying anywhere else.
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GA: I find so much of my inspiration through my own life and experiences I go through. I tend to write a lot about the events and moments in my life, as well as pulling ideas and inspiration from things people around me are go through as well. I also get very inspired by other music and general ideas and concepts, but I’d say I find inspiration most within myself; my feelings and moments I experience.
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GA: Well you see, there’s a funny story about that. So, a fun fact about me is that I am extremely indecisive about… well…most things, so as it was coming down to naming the EP, every time my team or my parents would ask, my answer would be “I don’t know”, because quite frankly I didn’t know what to name it. And basically months went by and we still had nothing and my dad said, “you know what, we’ve known it all along, you’ve said the name every time we ask so that just it!” So that how that happened. The recording and writing process was such a lengthy process, and hard work, but it was so much fun. Having my songs come to life and really making them perfect and finally getting to share what we had worked so hard on with all that would listen has just been surreal.
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GA: That’s a tough question, because I obviously really have a connection with all 5 songs, but I’d say one of my favorites is “No Hero”. Lyrically I was really proud of this song. It’s such a powerhouse piece that really embodies and empowers girls like me in the sense that it tells me – and them – that you don’t need a boy or anyone for that matter to sweep you off your feet and “save you”, or need that to feel worthy. You are strong and beautiful and powerful and your biggest savior and safety is you. You can do anything with love and confidence in you, and as females in society today especially, it’s really important to remember what incredible individuals we truly are.
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GA: We are currently working on setting up more performances through the next couple of months. I play shows in Vegas here and there and am working on expanding and maybe performing some around LA soon too.
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GA: I think Madison square Garden is a big one because only the best of the best get to headline shows there!
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GA: I am of course am so honored to be acclaimed by such wonderful platforms and love collaborating with the media and outlets like this, and it is important to do so. But when it comes down to it, I’m truly doing this for my fans. Being in any spotlight makes you a target for negativity of any kind from any platform whether it be the media, online, etc. but I think as an artist in the business you just have to stay true to you; to know who you are and your worth and to know why you’re doing what you’re doing. With the focus and eternal love for it all nothing else matters.
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GA: I think the nicest thing anyone could say is that I’m real and their inspiration. I just like to be silly and sarcastic and have fun and be who I am, so if people can see me and love me and my music for what it is and who I am and feel my authenticity, I think that’s one of the greatest achievements you could ask for.
TITL: Given your growing social media following, particularly on Instagram, how do you feel about the power the likes of Twitter and other sites can and do have in terms of helping an artist grow their fan-base and keep themselves current? Do you think there’s such a thing as too much of a social media presence?
GA: I think social media is such a wonderful platform for up and coming artists such as myself because it really allows you to be reach out, put yourself out there and begin growing a fan base independently. Social media is such a powerful tool and I think it is a very positive thing in so many ways. I don’t necessarily feel like there is such thing as “too much” social media, but I do agree that sometimes it is used to spread negativity and hostile things. Overall, you just need to be careful and use it positively, cautiously, and appropriately of course.
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GA: Yes, acting is something I am more then passionate about! It, like my music, is such an obsession of mine and my happy place, and I am most definitely pursuing that as well. There are so many phenomenal roles I would kill to get to play – one would be a role in a show such as Pretty Little Liars or Jane The Virgin, and I would adore to be in an action film. Anything in this craft would be a blessing honestly.
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GA: I am just writing like crazy and working towards a next single, and of course, a potential album in the near future. I’m not sure who specifically I would most like the emulate, but I’d love to emulate the careers of the many artists who inspire me and have been successful in this industry. I think believing “I’ve made it” for me would truly just entail waking up every-day feeling stable and successful, getting to do what I love and inspiring people. Not only that, but having a voice to give back to those that need it and just be a positive force in our industry and society. There is always more to work towards, so I hope to achieve my present goals and from there develop more and more to constantly and forever be growing as and artist and as a person.