We’ve had a chance to travel all over the world, virtually to talk to creative experts and practitioners in all areas of the arts to find out what inspires them to find out how they organize their ideas.
In today’s episode, we're in the world’s live music capital, Austin, Texas. and my guest today is Moody Bank$.
Moody is an up-and-coming R&B singer-songwriter and her music has been described as “Smoky alto sounds over infectious pop hooks.”
During her creative and songwriting process, whenever she hears a beat, Moody asks herself, "What color does this beat make me feel?" By answering this question, she’s able to get a sense of how a song can bring about the feeling of color or energy. Specific colors help inspire her.
Moody understands that the more a song can bring you to a specific moment or memory or feeling, the more likely people are going to resonate with that song.
Some of her main musical influences include Erykah Badu & Jill Scott because of their writing and use of real instruments.
What guides Moody & her team during the creative process?
As for conquering the music industry, two pointers from Moody to be able to shine in this industry include:
Spotify: Moody Bank$
Apple Music: Moody Bank$
There are definitely challenges throughout this journey but you have to persevere, stay consistent & take control of your life’s trajectory. As she works on her tape “Feeling Colors” Moody’s key takeaway is “If the product is good enough, people are going to see it.”