Q&A with Beldina
MM: How has your life changed since you started your career as a musician?
B: I don’t have time to just go off and have a cup of coffee with my friends or help my mom as much as I used to. Otherwise it’s pretty much the same :) Music is my life and has always been around me. I’ve really been enjoying focusing more on my solo career, developing and seeing projects and ideas come to life. It feels awesome to look back and be like, ”I did that, it actually happened”. I’ve got my own company now and I work with so many talented people, I’m pushing myself forward.
MM: You lived in LA before. Why did you move back to Stockholm?
B: I still spend some of my time in LA, but Sweden will always be my home as long as my mom is here. I want to be available with my music everywhere, and Sweden feels as important as any other country.
MM: What do you want to convey with your visual aesthetic?
B: A sense of self-esteem and the art of being “you”. I’d like to inspire the ones who don’t dare to take place to do so. I’m aware that I don’t look like most pop artists in today’s media and I would like to change that. My goal is not that everyone on stage should look like me, but I’d like to inspire others to dare to make their own choices and expressions within style, beauty and in life.
MM: What club plays the best music?
B: I have a hard time with clubs, but DJ Bellaboo always plays good music, no matter what place. If she’s there, I’ll be dancing.
MM: How are you spending your summer?
B: I will eat a lot of strawberries and do a few concerts.