Eleven presents: Sydney Gordon – Say What You Mean

Talented singer-songwriter from NY Sydney Gordon shared her single “Say What You Mean” which is available on all digital stores.

Influenced by the likes of Christina Aguilera, Bebe Rexha, and Demi Lovato, she creates a musical universe of her own, and she worked on her latest single “Say What You Mean” that spread alternative pop vibes and cool melody, don’t miss it.

BEHIND THE SCENES, LET’S KNOW MORE ABOUT THE ARTIST: Her parents realized her prodigious vocal at a very young age and encouraged her to pursue her musical talents. She started singing at age 7 and piano lessons followed. By age 12, Sydney’s appreciation and resolve for singing prompted her parents to engage a vocal coach to help develop her voice and work on singing techniques. Within a year, at the age of 13, Sydney was invited to perform a live show at The Bitter End, a nightclub in New York City’s Greenwich Village. Sydney’s insatiable vocal came as no surprise to her family as her paternal great grandfather, a vocalist, had his own live radio show in New York City.

In regard to her music process, Sydney said : “I started writing music in my early teens as I wanted to share my experiences and thoughts with others of the same age that were faced with the same circumstances. I felt I can’t be in this alone and I was sure other young people felt the same. I soon realized why don’t I try to tell my own story so they would know they’re not alone either.”

About her latest single, she said: “Say What You Meanis about expressing your opinions and being open with others and yourself! Knowing yourself and who you are is important- and sharing that with others is important too. I try to stay strong minded and that sometimes can come off as “hard” to other people. I follow what my mind tells me and I want my listeners to know that it is okay to be assertive and say what you mean!!!! Just be yourself.”


Don’t miss it!

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