In the coming months, Alxxa has a lot coming up. Before more singles and what she calls a “holiday surprise,” she sat down to talk to Golden Mixtape about what’s going on now and then. From her move out west to her Rihanna cover to her fashion inspirations and more.
Life is all about balance. At least that’s what Veronica Bianqui is all about when it comes to her song constructions. Whether with The Blank Tapes or on her own, she’s always got some balancing act to work on.
We talked about her time split between being in a band and on her own and what she’s learned from the varying experiences, and she noted, “If anything, being in bands has taught me different ways to not let obstacles hold me back—it’s taught me more about how to deal with other people, including how to play with others and how to write songs with a band in mind. And with a band containing 9 members, such as mine that’s important!”
Open and honest, Veronica also opened up about her cornucopia of sound, her new single “Victim” and even made a mixtape for one of the most famous names in music along the way.
The near future holds a lot for Maris. She’ll soon be an 18-year-old leaving her small town of Montana for the bustling city of New York. A singer-songwriter with more maturity in her music than most of my peers have in their pinky finger, she’s been able to impress her way to being a viral hit that’s about to land on the stage at Carnegie Hall.
When she’s not exploring the “NYC” tag on Instagram envisioning her upcoming life being engulfed in Brooklyn, she’s working on new music, and chatting with me about all of the above, as well as working with Postmodern Jukebox, being woke and a lot, I mean a lot, more.