May 3, 2019
Nashville based singer songwriter
recently made the move from longtime collaborator to solo artist.
She’s known for heavy messy pop with an electronic edge.
In our conversation for this episode, Notelle is forthcoming
with lessons she’s learning as a solo artist and advice that has
served her well. She’s also forthcoming about her insecurities. We
discuss imposter syndrome, leveraging uniqueness, the importance of
work ethic, preparedness, and quality content.
At 27 Notelle had reservations about being an open book of
emotions in her debut solo artist recordings. She's become just
that, an open book of emotions. She's now embraces it, and it’s
working for her.
- Notelle starts by discussing her most recent work, and the
challenges of openly sharing her story
- She shares her experience working with Altru Creative and her
amazing PR rep
- Notelle talks about the struggle of opening up and not feeling
special enough for people to hear her story
- What motivated Notelle to start a solo career
- Notelle shares some incredible insight for other artists that
may be contemplating a solo career move
- Notelle shares great advice she received from mentors
- Notelle's strategy for the next few years, including how she'll
- Notelle discusses how it feels to do collaborative work with
other artists and DJ's
3 Key Points
- Don’t be afraid to step out–realize that what you have is worth
- Write and create what you like
- Be your unique you, and work hard!
- “It doesn’t matter where you are on your perceived ladder of
success or anybody else’s, everyone feels the exact same way.” –
- “You, whoever you are, and whatever you have personality-wise,
those are the biggest assets you have.” – Notelle
- “Put your blinders on, and write what you like.” – Notelle
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