An Interview With MoSoule Hill
MoSoule Hill just released an honest and relentless track called "Womanizer".
The flow is flawless and the infused guitars and R&B feel of the music gets addicting.
It's easy to get pulled into this track right from the get go. Scattered with smooth backing vocals and hooks all over the track, this becomes incredibly addicting.
The chorus is everything and this is an absolute banger from start to finish with a tasteful fire and passion.
We had to have a chat with MoSoule Hill to get an idea from where this all came from.
TSWS: So, "Womanizer" has some great flow and style to it. I think this song has some radio appeal. Where did this track come from?
MoSoule Hill: It actually came from some past experiences. I'm not really proud of some of my past moments but it made me who I am today and I've learned from them. (Lol)
TSWS: When you write songs, does it start with a beat? Or is it lyrics first for you? How does your process work?
MoSoule Hill: Most of the time I hear the music first and write to it. If the lyrics come first it was probably a poem originally.
TSWS: Listening to this track, it's pretty clear this isn't your first time around the block so to speak. How long have you been writing?
MoSoule Hill: I started writing poetry in middle school. My father likes to write songs and my mother is a poet. I wrote my first song in high school titled, "Butterflies,".
TSWS: How did this all start for you?
MoSoule Hill: I've always loved music. I gave my first on stage music performance when I was two. I grew up in the 90s and that was a great time for R&B and Hip Hop. It didn't matter what people were doing music was involved. I wanted to be apart of what brought people together.
TSWS: There seems to be a mix of older and newer styles on this single. Can you tell me what artists really influenced you? Who changed you?
MoSoule Hill: My favorite artist is Jill Scott. I love the way that she grabs your attention and takes you on a very detailed ride with her . Other artists that influenced me are the late J Dilla (R.I.P king), Missy Elliott, Timbaland, Jay Z, Aaliyah, India Arie...etc
TSWS: Are you planning on performing live when the time comes?
MoSoule Hill: Definitely! I want to share that connection with other people. There's no greater feeling than seeing someone singing your song with you.
TSWS: What's next for you? Anything coming up release wise?
MoSoule Hill: I'm just getting started. I have a new single called, "They B on 1", that I'm about to release and also a project that I'm releasing with Sha Denali. Check her out!
TSWS: Before we go, what would you like to say to your fans?
MoSoule Hill: I just want to say that I can't wait to begin this journey with y'all. I hope you enjoy it and I look forward to growing with you. Follow me on instagram: @mosoulemusic or Facebook, Spotify, Soundcloud, and YouTube @MoSoule