‘Till Death Do Us Part’: A ‘Torn’ Music Video About The Music Business
Posted On July 15, 2021
Posted August 25, 2018 08:31:10In a new video for her new album, ‘Til Death Do We Part’, the singer and producer tells the story of her first career as a music producer.
“You’re not going to make it to the top unless you work for a great company.
And when you get there, you’ve got to do something you really love.
You’ve got a great music business to go to, and the music business is the best, the best place to make money.”
When I heard about the new album I didn’t know who she was, or how I was going to work for her, but I was inspired.
I didn´t know if she had ever done anything like this before.
She has the talent and the guts, and she’s got a lot of love and support.
“She’s going to have to fight for her career, but she´s going to get there.
She`s just going to be a real champion.”
I met with her in London, to talk about the record, but then I was in Australia and the whole thing had gone wrong, and I had to go back and change everything and make it right.
“We´re all so grateful to be working with you.”
You have a lot going for you.
You have your family, you have the support network and a good life, and you have a beautiful, beautiful album.
You don´t have a family yet.
How do you cope with the fact that you have no family yet?
The first time I saw her, she was in her dressing gown, and we were just chatting.
I said to her, ‘I want you to go home with me.’
And she said, ‘Oh, that’s alright.’
I thought she was joking, and when I saw the video for ‘TILD DO US PART’, I said, “I want to be on the video.”
“It´s just a really great song.
I really enjoyed working with her, and it was really fun to work with her.”
You are not a child anymore, are you?
She didn´ve been singing and performing for a while, but now she´ll be able to play the part of a child.
She was singing and playing, but it was a different time.
“She had a really good voice, and as a result, she can sing really well.”
How did you go from being a child singing to becoming an adult, singing again and playing the part?
She had the whole world watching her.
I think she just really took to it.
She didn’t have to worry about being in front of a camera and being a star.
She just had to do what she loved and was comfortable with, and that was really empowering for her.
You were the first person to tell her when you wanted to stop singing.
How did you find out?
“I had a long, long relationship with her.
She started dating me when I was 19.
I was 27, so it was quite a bit before we got married.
She had been in love with me for a long time.
I remember being in the kitchen with her when we first started dating, when we were dating, and in my head, I was like, ‘Well, what do you think?
Do you think we should just start dating?’
I didn`t even have a clue what that meant.
I just thought, ‘No, she must like me.’
But I think that really started the transformation.”
You grew up in a rural area.
Did that have an impact on the way you sing?
I think it definitely had an impact.
I grew up very isolated, and singing in a studio or a studio was something that I could do anywhere.
But she had so much support.
She always had her mum, her dad and her sister with her on tour.
She always wanted to know what was going on.
I can relate to that.
It´s a lot easier to sing in a small, rural area, but when you grow up in the city, that can get a little bit of a challenge.
“I was always the quiet, bubbly type of girl, and everyone thought I was really shy and quiet.
But the more I got to know her, the more she got to learn, and everything started to change.
She really took on a new persona.
She became a different person, which was a big step for me.”
You were always so positive.
What is your biggest negative?
She was always a really caring person, and always had such a positive spirit.
She never gave up, no matter what she did.
She wouldn’t give up, even when she was feeling down.
I don´ts know what her greatest regret is, but her biggest regret is she never got the chance to see a doctor, because she had a bad back.
I think there were so many things that I was looking forward to and