Creating Music Feels Like Coming Back to Home, Says Vickiebandz

When she sits down to make music, Vickiebandz says that it feels like coming home. Vickiebandz notes that the high of music production is addictive. When a session nears, sweet tangled-up thoughts flood the mind. Penning them means having those thoughts flow through hands moving feverishly fast, trying to keep up with strings of entangled, abstract words, every one of which is waiting to be unentangled and bled onto paper.

To those other than musical prodigies, this process might seem baffling to the point of crazy or even scary. But to the artist, this is just how genius is born. Every lyric is another lightning bolt of an idea captured at the right moment and, like vibrant paint, splashed onto a canvas to create art that would be admired for decades to come. Marvelling at Vickiebandz’ music, fans say that Vickiebandz has a way of speaking directly to each one of them, making them feel seen and heard.

Music is cathartic to not Vickiebandz’ fans but to all those that listen in. When the ‘Looking Back’ hitmaker sits down for a production session, it feels like one disappears into another realm entirely. Such is the power of good music, Vickiebandz points out – it has the potential to transform you and take you places you had never seen. Music elicits strong, often repressed, emotions, Vickiebandz says. To her, her art acts not just as impetus but also, and more importantly, as an outlet.

Treating music like a first love instead of a highly successful career allows Vickiebandz to continue creating more hits.  Vickiebandz says life feels so much sweeter, even at times when it’s hardly so. Even after all the fame and millions of fans, to Vickiebandz, music is still the tender love she first met at a young age. And if that is what it takes to keep making more hits like the critically-acclaimed hit ‘Looking Back’, fans are ready to be put in second place on Vickiebandz’ list of soulmates!

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