Born and raised in a small town in Israel called Arad, Yarin Glam moved to LA at the age of 14. Yarin Glam’s Middle Eastern background shines through her music as she brings her most authentic self into each project. Her songwriting is inspired by Pop and R&B artists ranging from Rihanna to Lana Del Rey to Justin Beiber.
Yarin Glam’s core focus with her music is to share her journey of freeing herself of doubt and celebrating her diversity.
Fresh off the release of her highly anticipated single, “Unbothered,” Yarin Glam takes the artistic opportunity to douse her listeners in a pool of empowerment. Being the follow-up track to her previous releases, ‘Realness’ and ‘Shut Up,’ Yarin Glam has seen a spike in her streams as her rapidly growing fan base flocks to her overflowing charisma.
With the melodic instrumentation taking notes from her Middle Eastern background, the intoxicating creation sits in the realm of the subject matter that she discusses. With her buttery vocals shining a bright light on themes of being your authentic self, despite what society tells you, we are fully immersed in the unapologetic confidence that Yarin Glam exudes as she reiterates, “Imma keep doin’ me.” How the production taps into numerous elements of creativity are brilliant. We’re fixated on the fusion of distorted textures that accompany the soothing hues radiating in the vocal performance before us.
As we reach the end of the song, Yarin Glam can be heard speaking words of Hebrew as she chants, “Ki Ani Affa Al Azmi.” Translated to English, the intricately placed lyrics mean, “because I’m feeling myself.” With the lyrical motif of the track, we’re all for the boisterous self-assured vibrations that Yarin Glam fluently sends to her listeners far and wide.
Welcome to BuzzMusic, Yarin Glam, and congratulations on the release of your hit song, “Unbothered.” We love the message that you send out in this song! What inspired the overall creation of this track?
So unbothered for me was the perfect ending to my EP. it’s a feel-good song that’s empowering and all about self-love. I wanted the song to be fun and for the message to come across with my lyrics.
Could you please share a glimpse of what the creative process looked like when bringing this song to life?
I went into the studio with a clear vision. I wanted to bring a middle eastern vibe into the production to bring some authenticity to the song since that’s my background. I wanted an empowering song. I wanted the message to be I am who I am if you don’t like it? You don’t need to be in my life.
What is the main message that you send out to your audience through your artistry?
With this whole EP, I wanted the message to be all about self-acceptance. I shared my story of battling anorexia and the importance of embracing yourself for yourself. Not what society tells us we should or shouldn’t be.
What's next for you?
Hopefully, once covid is under control, a goal of mine is to perform my music live. And of course, keep growing as an artist, keep creating more music, share more stories and hopefully inspire more people in the process.