By Tarran Carter
Song writer and artist Josephine Relli made her debut Red Carpet Runway apperance for the 62nd annual Grammy Awards ceremony, hosted by Alicia Keys. She says her interview was amazing! Everything about it was awesome. DREAM TEEN Magazine had the opportunity to interview Relli. At 18-years of age, Relli is enjoying her career in Los Angeles as she continues to develop her music.
Born in Spokane, at the early age of 13 is when she initially began to delve deeply into music. Being homeschooled for much of her high-school years allowed her to put a focus on learning and navigating the music industry.
She released her first album in 2016. She continues to further pursue the arts and the industry. Her new project Slow Down/Falling - single dropped February 2, 2020.
Relli is passionate about fashion and beauty, and hopes to launch her own lines in makeup, fashion and skincare in the near future. She’s also a strong supporter of philanthropic endeavors, including LGBTQ+ rights, animal adoption and rescue, and breast cancer research – to name a few.
Relli’s inspirations are rooted in old-school icons like Ray Charles, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sam Cooke, and Jackie. She also loves such contemporaries as Sam Smith, and Taylor Swift. DTM
Pinson is an actress, exective producer, motivational spaeker, and author.
Not only is Maya starring in an upcoming film “Indigo Child,” she wrote her first short film entitled “I’m Ready” and producing it in Spring 2020. Maya’s 2nd children’s book “Magic the Green Pillow,” is scheduled to be released in Fall 2020 Maya finds time to speak to children and adults alike about the importance of balancing work and play in their lives with her “Stop, Drop, Work, then Play” method. Maya has countless volunteer hours at various Children’s Hospitals, YMCAs, Boys & Girls Clubs, the Ronald McDonald Charity House, Child Care Centers, tutoring math, local food pantries and preparing sandwiches for the homeless. DTM