Review Fix chats with pop singer Plah Blah Blah, who discusses her new single, â€œWild One.â€ Also breaking down her musical inspirations and goals, Review Fix gets an inside look at the chic songstress.
About Plah Blah Blah:
Born and raised inÂ Thailand, actress and singer Plah is the quintessential high society party girl. With a new single, album, and movies on the horizon, the Thai temptress is ready to dominate the industry with her playful, yet pleasurable personality.
Review Fix: How did you get introduced to music?
Plah Blah Blah: I started singing when I was very young. My father was in the military and would throw parties in our home where he would play the guitar and i would sing for the senior military officials. I loved it!
Review Fix: What’s your creative process like?
Plah Blah Blah: I pull from life experiences, like they say, write what you know. Thatâ€™s why my music is fun, a little bit naughty, and whole lot sexy!
Review Fix: What makes â€œWild One” a special track?
Plah Blah Blah: Itâ€™s not just a powerhouse single that gets people moving, it has a message. Men, donâ€™t take you women for granted, we are strong, smart, sexy creatures who deserve your respect (wink).
Review Fix: What’s your standout song away from Wild One? how was it written?
Plah Blah Blah: Iâ€™d have to say broken heart, for which we are soon filming a music video. It tells the sad story most everyone has experienced, of love lost, and how that love leaves a lasting wound from which we never fully recover.
Review Fix: What are your goals for 2016?
Plah Blah Blah: I want to spread my music to everyone possible! social media and live performances, I hope for everyone to soon know my name!
Review Fix: How do you want your music to affect people?
Plah Blah Blah: Have fun with it! Forget the stress and demands of life for a moment and justâ€¦ let go! Dance with me, feel the music, and love life!
Review Fix: What’s next?
Plah Blah Blah: Iâ€™ve started a clothing line and hope to expand it before the year is out. As well, I have several films in pre-production and plan to perform live wherever and whenever possible!Â I am also working on a 30-minute club DJ mix which Iâ€™ll soon be introducing to the club scene.
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