Interview with singer, songwriter and spoken word artist Lindsey

As a child I was intrigued by athletes like Flo Jo who broke barriers for females and people of color.

 

I had the privilege to interview Lindsey she is a talented spoken word artist, singer and songwriter. The young musician attended the Roosevelt School of performing arts. She received recognition by the National Poetry Society and has had her work featured throughout literature circulated in grammar school, high school, and college. By the time Lindsey turned sixteen, she had already written six poetry books that she sold.

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Q: Tell us about yourself and what you do?
A: R&B/Neo-soul singer/songwriter, author and spoken word artist

Q: Who has inspired you in your life and why?
A: As a child I was intrigued by athletes like Flo Jo who broke barriers for females and people of color. Later in life, my interest was captivated by genius minds like Bill Gates who also gave back to the community. Now, I am still inspired by both, but I also observe the ability of everyday people to overcome adversity, demonstrate deep compassion and possess strong determination.

Q: What is your greatest achievement so far?
A: My greatest achievement so far would have to be studying abroad in Spain for roughly a year. I had traveled outside of the country before but it was chaperoned and did not require the same level of self sufficiency. I became immersed in the culture, learned my way around and achieved a higher GPA while taking all of my business courses in Spanish at a University that was comparable to MIT.

Q: Do you have any tips for our readers that are trying to break in the industry?
A: I always encourage people to follow their dreams

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