Singer-Songwriter, Eve Minor is not your average artist
Eve Minor is an up-and-coming music artist based in New York, with origins in Southern California. While she’s been involved in the behind-the-scenes of the music industry for years, the talented singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist is ready to break out on her own in 2016.
Minor has faced a multitude of trials and tribulations throughout her life, all while never letting go of her ambitions within the music world. With all that she’s learned in her young life, she aims to inspire other artists with her writing and uses her personal struggles to inspire young women everywhere.
Her latest music endeavors feature the flavor of New York’s hip-hop scene with splashes of her own California roots. Behind her playful and flirty voice is a serious musician with knowledge of the craft and experience in the industry; the production behind her music is largely developed by herself through her use of Reason, Logic, and Pro-tools, and inspired by late night adventures and new friends, as well as her difficult life story. Minor cites that she was influenced by Miguel, Nina Simone, Amy Winehouse, as well as Nine Inch Nails, Phantogram, and Citizen Cope as major inspirations for her sound, and credits Mobb Deep’s “Quiet Storm” as the song which made her enamored with hip hop.
With various influences that range from pop to punk rock to soul to hip hop, Minor has crafted an unique style and sound that is all of her own.Minor has always stated that music has saved her life, and she hopes that through her art, she can make a positive change in the world. She’d like to use her music to help people like music has helped her. Connect with Eve on social media and don’t forget to press the play button below.
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