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Delve Into Your Not So Average Love Song With Kardias Quing

Kardias Quing is redefining love songs through mindful lyrics and unique compositions transitioning from warm vocals to an eclectic mix of production.

Finding her roots through the acoustic guitar, she has expanded her sound and joy through the grooves of Indie R&B and Alternative Pop. Kardias Quing, meaning love and sovereignty, is a creative effort of remembrance through the music of the love, divinity, and infinity we hold. Submerging us in a soothing arrangement of resounded ethers and lush acoustic guitar strums, Kardias Quing remains superior with her most recent single “Worth It.”

Rhythmically relying on the sparse incorporation of mechanical percussion patterns, her captivating R&B style draws us towards the infectious energy she transfers through vocal cascades amalgamating with the tempo. There’s brilliance so refreshing about the effects that play into the mix that leave certain components lingering in the background all while Kardias Quing’s inimitable timbres cast out glorious croons of adoration in the foreground.

Bringing forth a myriad of illustrations that leave an imprint on our mind, the courageous efforts of vulnerability flourish in a manner that leaves us tapping into our own thoughts and emotions. Poignant with the lyrical motifs she reiterates, words like ‘But your patience with my storms, and how you love me through my wrongs. Oh, allowed me to believe,’ resonate with us on a personal level that exposes the grippingly raw side of love that triumphs through any doubts we may have once held.

Kardias Quing is astonishing at transcending our anticipations of poignant love ballads that tend to take a familiar format. Creating a sound that is uniquely present to the essence of her being, “Worth It” has us feeling all types of ways long after the song comes to an end.

Thank you for joining us at BuzzMusic Kardias Quing. The striking quintessence of “Worth It” has us swooning over your talents as an artist! With this song tapping into personal emotions on the spectrum of love, what moment crafted the inspiration to birth this track? Thank you! It was truly the culmination of many moments that tuned my awareness in becoming open to writing a song like this. To be honest, I had been subconsciously playing out a conditioned belief of unworthiness (a concept I grew aware of through the incredible work of Lacy Phillips and the To Be Magnetic neural reprogramming practice) and allowed it to affect my actions and relationships. It was then out of my partner honoring her own boundaries that made me face what I had not been coming to terms with - that there was an aspect of myself that was calling for my compassion, love, and attention. After trying to work on me for others and still coming up short, it was when I realized I, myself, to transform for ME was worth the effort, was when my energy truly shifted. I guess this moment was what cultivated the space for this song to come to fruition. For some artists, creating songs about love is rather difficult. Do you find it fairly easy to get into a headspace like this when writing your musical creations? It’s interesting because we’ve been taught so many different versions of love with constant programming telling us to search outside of ourselves for it. But the more I grow mindful of what is occurring in our world presently, the more I am fuelled to expand the space of intentionally writing more about the powerful, magnificent kind of love that we all hold within ourselves.

In your own words, what significance does “Worth It” hold to you? What are you hoping your fan base can grasp from the intimate croons disbursed through this piece? Since it is one of the pieces that has really marked a pivotal point in my journey with self-love and feeling worthy to receive the honest deep love my partner was offering, it has become a holy space of remembrance for me. I hope that when others hear it and take it in, they become aware of the massive capacity we all hold to love ourselves more - however that may look like, and that by loving themselves more honestly, it can only spill outwards. How have you found yourself flourishing as an artist from your first release to the release of “Worth It?" Stepping into the vulnerable space of sharing myself with the world especially through the medium of songs, since my first release, has pushed me further to be more open and intentional of what I am expressing and how I tune into the flow. Even the writing process in the studio has unfolded into a different space; I no longer go in with expectations or concern for the end result - which has usually limited my enjoyment of the session and writing progress in general. Instead, I have learned to be present to allowing whatever wants to come through, come through, and being okay if nothing does, opening me to the beautiful experience of being in awe of it when it does. What's next for you? You’ll just have to follow along to find out.


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