Madison Beer is usually forging her own path inside the music industry.
The 19-year-old singer went by posting covers on YouTube to playing This specific year’s Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago in addition to also currently she’s a presence on the Billboard charts. Her empowering single “Home With You” is usually currently #21 on the Top 40 charts doing her the only female solo artist on the charts without a major music label. A feat that will’s not lost on the young star.
“I want to be role style for people to be like, ‘I don’t need a major label to be a successful artist in addition to also to have a successful song,'” Beer tells ET. “I just want to show everyone that will you could genuinely do the item yourself. the item’s important to drive your own ship in addition to also the item’s your career so you might as well take the item by the reigns.”
Beer, whose cover of Etta James‘ classic, “At Last” got Justin Bieber‘s attention on YouTube in 2012, says choosing to go independent has also given her loyal fan base more influence on her career moves.
“Being independent, [my fans] control everything,” she says. “They are the ones who decide what songs get to be the single, they are the ones what video gets to be made in addition to also I just listen to them all the time.”
The brand-new York native recently wrapped a sold-out 30-city tour in addition to also is usually hard at work on her debut album in addition to also looking forward to bringing her music in addition to also “poetry” to life!
“The full album probably won’t be out for a few months just because the item’s about 20 percent done at This specific point in order that will means I’ve got a little ways to go,” she explains. “The brand-new music is usually definitely on the item’s way. I’m trying to get an individual out before the album.”
“I’m just such a visual person that will when I listen to a [brand-new] song all I could do is usually picture the video, me on stage performing the item. the item’s overwhelming in addition to also just gets me excited.”