Debuting with her newest single “Selfish,” Eva Constance is passionate about creating music, after some years of struggle. Her main style and go-to genre is R&B and, Pop.
The song definitely brings a groove to your R&B playlist with a sick beat and her melodious vocals. The song talks about wanting to be selfish with a special someone who you do not want to share with someone else to the point that they become toxic for you. The song is perfect to groove to on lazy Sunday evenings or when you’re driving to work. She has been working on her vocals for some time now and her hard work seems to have paid off in her début single, “Selfish.” With promises to release more music in the future while Eva manages her time living the dual life, Eva Constance chose to pursue music as it is her muse.
The song has a seductive feel to it while the lyrics ask for permission to be selfish with the other person. Upon interviewing, Eva explained that the reason she made this song is that there is a saying that tells you how too much of anything is always bad for you. Having experienced such “selfishness” before in her life, she is a firm believer of this phenomenon and wanted to write her début music with something that she has truly been through in her life.
The song is quite good considering it is her début song and fits into its genre of Pop and RnB perfectly.
About Eva Constance :
Chanteuse (Eva Constance) Green started singing at age about age 7 years old in the church choir. Gaining what she learned in the choir, she wrote her first song when she was 12 years old. She got into recording soon after that and finally found her passion for music. It wasn’t til 2018 that she had an idea for her sound. Late 2018 she released her first single, ‘Hold Me’ but decided she was not ready for the music industry because there were she things she wanted to to and needed to learn so she stepped back. Eva is back and better than ever with her newest debut single “Selfish” which will be released worldwide on September 5th, 2020. She is currently getting ready to release more music this year with lots more to come.
Q: When you decide it’s time to make a new record, is that more exciting or stressful?
Ans: Making a new record should never be a stressful situation. Music is supposed to be the healing that we need whether you have friends and family there for you or not. I decided to make a new record after taking two years away to rethink my image and learn what I did not know in order to succeed as a musical artist. Honestly, there is a lot to learn and I’ll never be done learning because there’s always something I can push to do better with.
Q: How do you shut things out?
Ans: I shut things out by going to my home studio. It’s a place where I can be as creative a I want. I can be as loud as I want and work on whatever I’d like to.
Q: How easily do songs tend to come to you?
Ans: Lyrics and melodies come very easily to me. I could be sitting at home or at work and suddenly lyrics and/or a melody surfaces into my head and I just go from there.
Q: What’s your motto or the advice you live by?
Ans: The advice that I tend to live by never gives up and keep on moving. You never know who’s watching you during the good and the bad.
Q: What are your favorite song to belt out at the bar/in the car?
Ans: Lately, I have been just belting out whatever has been on the radio. I like to familiarize myself with music that is playing on the radio so I have an idea of what’s trending. I am definitely loving Roddy Ricch, The Box at the moment, among others.
Q: For our readers who have never heard your music, explain your sound in 5 words?
Ans: Smooth rhythm and catchy lyrics.
Q:Do you have any events coming up or recording going on right now?
Ans: Right now, I have a single “Selfish” being released on September 5th, 2020 and another single being released later this year. I am now almost always in the studio recording new music. I have about 20 songs and it is still building. I do not plan on stopping anytime soon.
Q: How do you handle mistakes during a performance?
Ans: I have always been taught that no matter how bad you mess up, you keep on moving and finish the set. Completely stopping the set due to one small mistake is an amateur move and not a smart move. People come to see you, so you should push through and give them what they came for.
Q: What advice would you give to beginners who are nervous?
Ans: I would tell them to never give up and keep trying. Learn all you can about music and technique. It is very important to learn. Learn things that will help you to control your nerves but not suppress them. Nerves can really help you win over a crowd if you channel it the right way.
Q: How often and for how long do you practice?
Ans: I tend to practice at least 4 days a week. I work with a vocal coach to make sure I am singing correctly through technique and building my voice well. I also practice scales at home with my own piano keyboard. I do scales and warmups most of the time before I am going to perform and/ record in the studio.
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