ArtistRack recently had the opportunity to engage in an exclusive interview with pop artist Mery Diamondz, providing an in-depth look into her latest release.

Where are you from?

I’m originally from Armenia and I currently reside in LA.

How long have you been making music?

I’ve sung from an early age, but I began doing music professionally when I met my producer, Andrew Lane.

How many songs /albums have you released to date?

So far I’ve released six singles, and there are many more to come. Stay tuned for updates.

Can you tell us about your latest release and the background and inspirations behind it?

My latest single is about a personal experience of mine where I was in a toxic relationship. I loved him unconditionally and showered him with gifts, but he never appreciated me: he just used me.

How did you first get into music, and what inspired you to pursue a career in it?

With research I was able to find a prominent vocal coach, Lis Lewis, who then introduced me to multi-platinum producer Andrew Lane a year later. It was from this point onward that my musical success began.

What do you think of the present music industry?

I think the music industry is in need of a change and I believe I can bring about that change with my unique sound and energy, unifying everyone.

Who are some of your biggest musical influences and how have they impacted your music?

Taylor Swift because of the way she influences the industry, the economy and she makes everyone around her better.

What have been some of the biggest challenges you’ve faced as a musician and how have you overcome them?

As a musician one of the most challenging things is finding the right team members. It’s critical to collaborate with like-minded individuals, who are diligent and result- oriented, so that overall we can succeed as a team.

How has your music evolved over the course of your career, and where do you see it going in the future?

With time, I continue to evolve as an artist and my vocals continue to improve. In the future I see myself taking on bigger projects and expanding my musical reach to every corner of the world.

Who have you collaborated with so far in your career?

I just did a collaboration with Big Will Simmons, one of the most sought-after choreographers in the world. He did the Super Bowl show, he worked with the Weekend, Childish Gambino, Ariana Grande, and so many more. I’m also looking forward to other collaborations that are set up for the first quarter of next year.

Can you describe your creative process and what goes into making a song or album?

I initiate my creative process by drawing inspiration from my own life experiences, which serve as the bedrock for my songwriting. These insights are methodically documented, and in partnership with my producer, we deliberate on a melody that harmonizes seamlessly with the lyrical content. This endeavor leads us to the recording studio, where we refine and elevate the composition to create a compelling connection with our audience.

How do you think you differ from other artists?

What makes me different is that I’m involved in all aspects of the entertainment industry and I’m a trendsetter.

Dead or alive, who would be your dream collaboration?

Alive. I’d love to collaborate with Beyonce because her positive energy inspires me. I believe our combined energy would be a powerful force.

What was the first album you bought?

JLO “Love Don’t Cost A Thing”

What’s your favorite song at the moment?

Keep dreaming big and relentlessly pursue your dreams. And most importantly, work hard and never give up.

If you had to sell your music collection tomorrow, what album would you leave in your draw?

Michael Jackson “Thriller”

What is your favourite saying?

Keep dreaming big and relentlessly pursue your dreams. And most importantly, work hard and never give up.

What other hobbies or interests do you have?

Tennis is my favorite hobby and I love playing it in my leisure time.

Tell us more about your upcoming project or this new project?

My upcoming project is a music video which is dropping soon. I’m also going to be releasing my merchandise and more projects soon.

What’s in the pipeline after this project?

To expand my brand, live shows and make a difference in this divided world that we live in.

Thank you for your time and may you carry on making great, fresh music. *

Thank you for the interview!