25th Oct 2011
When I write a piece of music, I think about how I had felt at that particular moment and think of all the other people that have been in the same position and how it made them feel and see how I can put that across into lyrics and tunes.
I find it amazing the amount of talents that are out there and although mine may not necessarily be the top, I am very grateful that I was able to work with talented individuals and put my music out for people to listen to and leave a small mark of my life out there in the domain, even if its just a small one. So I hope you enjoy it, as much as I have enjoyed writing them! There will be more to come.
I was born in Philippines and I was 12 when we moved to the UK, at that age
your outlook in life is pretty much set, and the culture change was a shock to the system. But I would never think of doing it any other way. Not only that, I have married into a colourful Caribbean background, "sweet T & T!" as my husband would say. All different cultures have made me appreciate the important things in life. I have been very fortunate to have someone in my life who has been very supportive of what I enjoy doing.
With the risk of sounding old fashioned, I grew up in the era where music is written to reflect the lyrics and no gimmicks. I am very appreciative that not everything remains static and we have to adapt to what the public demands, but I hope that I still bring back some of those times in my music.