Joslyn-Marie: Put On This Earth To Create Music
Destiny – (noun) the events that will necessarily happen to a particular person or thing in the future. The hidden power believed to control what will happen in the future; fate.
These definitions are the defining light to the artist that we know as Joslyn-Marie. Five years ago, she had a life/death experience that opened her eyes and she feels that she received this experience as a wake up sign. With her new album, Karma, Joslyn-Marie wants to give us everything that she has through her music because living life is worth it.
“Karma is an album that reflects the last 5 years of my life,” says Joslyn-Marie. “I wanted to give up on music completely prior to this and I wanted to put music on the back burner of my life. After being hit by a car physically, my mind and my body were awakened by the impact. And it changed my life completely. I decided from that moment forward I would accept the true artist that was inside of me crying to come out.”
Joslyn-Marie feels that she was meant and put on this earth to create music on a daily basis and she intends to make music to spread harmony to others for the rest of her life.
“This album lyrically reflects the events that occurred in my life through the past 5 years,” states Joslyn-Marie. “And is also a reflection of the lessons that I have learned developing into the artist I have become thus far.”
There are some great songs on this album. Each song gives off its own vibe and vision. Though the majority of the songs are inspired by real life events, some of them are not directly about Joslyn-Marie but are inspired by friends or family members and their experiences as well.
“I write with their point of view in mind or from what they tell me,” replies Joslyn-Marie.
The entire sound of the album is good vibes and a common genre to label it is soul or r&b music. Joslyn-Marie worked with an amazing producer for the majority of the album and he knew exactly the type of sound that was intended to be made for this album.
“I want to be an album that made you smile,” says Joslyn-Marie.