We’re excited to introduce you to the always interesting and insightful Emmanuella Adeniyi . We hope you’ll enjoy our conversation with Emmanuella below.
Hi Emmanuella , thanks for joining us today. How did you learn to do what you do? Knowing what you know now, what could you have done to speed up your learning process? What skills do you think were most essential? What obstacles stood in the way of learning more?
I started singing when i was a little girl, but i think I learned to sing properly in middle school froma beautiful black woman named ms. Alexander. I don’t think there was really anything i could have done to speed up the process because i think a bug part of technique is ability but i think to widen my range I probably could’ve sang more out my comfort zone songs. Some essential skills would be drink hella water and push from your diaphragm. A big obstacle i still run into sometime is nerves and anxiety
Awesome – so before we get into the rest of our questions, can you briefly introduce yourself to our readers.
My names RANE and I’m an artist, and im sensitive about my shit. I am known to the public as a singer or songwriter and i like to make alt r&b neo soul styled music. I started making music seriously after I graduated high school in 2015. I have two projects out on all streaming platforms, first project called The Experience and the second called 3 Little Love Songs
: Is there a particular goal or mission driving your creative journey?
I want to be able to take care of my family simply off of providing music that not only heals but gives great vibes. One day i want my mom next to me at the Grammys
What do you find most rewarding about being a creative?
Having people to relate to, when you put out a particular song or write a solid line you might not be sure how people will respond to it or if it’ll even make sense but then I’ll perform or send my lyrics to friends and they’ll be like “omg yeeesss” “saaameee” and it’s like ok cool im not alone thats nice to know