Combining her diverse upbringing and unique sound, Ivy Poise is a versatile singer/songwriter and urban-pop artist. She established her craft from the ground up, and through hard work and dedication, the budding songstress shows no signs of slowing down.
If you were setting out to write a banger, you’d be well advised to analyze this “Miami Nights”, the latest release from Ivy Poise, which switches up dynamics throughout to keep listeners interested and floods the lyrics with smart contemporary references that satisfy consistently. The pulsing, pushing combination of vocals, synths and rhythm drive the whole thing forward with terrific confidence, leaving the listener feeling like they’re in very safe hands. Weighing in at a radio-friendly 2 and a half minutes, “Miami Nights” feels like its time has come in the music industry. “Miami Nights” is a simple yet satisfying, colorful dance track, with a creatively alternative backbone. There’s plenty to appreciate within this release, whenever you choose to utilize the song the various elements in the soundscape work together to allow a moment of escapism for the listener. Whether late night or early morning, “Miami Nights” gets you feeling geared up and ready to go!
Check out “Miami Nights” here and read our interview with Ivy Poise below!
Where are you from and how did you get started in the music industry?
I’m from many places, never had an exact upbringing, I was 16 years old when I got into the industry, I was in a girl group called Savannah, we were getting signed to Universal two weeks before we broke up and since then I’ve been in my own
What can you tell us about the overall concept of your debut single “Miami Nights”?
The concept for “Miami Nights” was simple it was telling a story of me moving to Miami and understanding the culture and being inspired by its scene.
Your music seems to light up the room and lift an audience up just when they need it! Was it your intention to be this kind of optimistic artist, or is it something that simply comes naturally for you?
Comes naturally I wrote music that makes me people think, have a great time but also can relate in a way they haven’t been able to before.
How have you honed your songwriting style over time, and what do you think are the main qualities that make a song truly connect and last in the long-run?
I have honed my style, I think the main qualities of songwriting are ones that tell stories and make people imagine if they were in that situation, people connect with stories and most songs last because people connect dearly to that story.
What do you have planned for this song in the near future, and what are your next steps as an artist?
My next step for this song is to bring to the radio and overseas.
Thank you so much for taking the time to chat with us! What's the major goal for you as an artist?
My major goal is to bring real music back to the scene, music that’s unforgettable and that lasts for decades to come.
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