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Interview - Lisa Ramey

Vocal powerhouse Lisa Ramey’s music discography is full of gospel, rock, reggae, and R&B-infused productions. Her creative and limitless mentality is reflected in her catalog, as she effortlessly floats between genres with unmatched versatility.

She returns with her brand-new single ‘Vagabond’. The track echoes a genre-blend of R&B, pop, and soul with a bit of a jungle beat in the production. As the songstress furthermore showcases her effortless talents and personal growth in the music industry, she embraces this release wholeheartedly.

We sat down with Lisa Ramey to discuss her music and much more. Here's what she had to say:

Hey Lisa Ramey, welcome to FLEX! How are you?

I'm feeling pretty good these days. I'm super excited to share my next release with you! You guys have been so awesome.

Congratulations on your new single "Vagabond" -what inspired this particular track?

Oh man, have you ever dated a zombie? I have and he was sexy too. These types of guys seem to wander around aimlessly, however, they're always in search of their next target. He sucked the life right out of me! I gave him all the attention and love he needed and in the end, he returned to his vagabond ways, leaving me high and dry and looking stupid. Like a tornado, he came into my life, trashed it, and left. Can I at least get a month's rent paid or something out of that relationship?

And do you have to be in a certain mood to write?

Not really. When a new song hits my brain out of nowhere, it creates the perfect mood to stop whatever I'm doing and get this song out! In the studio on a work day, I'll create no matter what mood I'm in. Music is powerful and usually lifts my mood the second I start to dig in

How was the recording and writing process?

So fun. I have the best time writing with my executive producer, Joe Capo Kent. Writing the lyrics couldn't have been more entertaining for us. It could have been the red wine and the jungle beat that brought so much truth out of me! This song is the definition of making lemonade when life brings you lemons. The vagabond in my song is such a sour lemon. At least I got a fun song from my sad experience. As for recording the track, I believe you can hear how much fun we were having. It was in the studio where we decided "oh yeah we need a sax player to come in" and he slayed.

For viewers who don't know Lisa Ramey, how would you describe your sound?

Fun, antidepressant music that tells a story and makes you think. I'm not writing Shakespeare but I like to make my audience think and follow along. Also, I couldn't stay in one lane of a genre to save my life so my genre is "Lisa Ramey". I love all genres of music and I really love blending them and bouncing in and out of them all.

And what are some of those activities that you engage yourself in when you aren't writing or recording in the studio?

I enjoy yoga, cooking, sexy dinners with sexy cocktails, and all things beaches.


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