Recording artist Richie Re recently released her new single “Goldmine” and also the video for it. Richie is on the rise and she is ready to show the world all that she’s got. We recently had a conversation with her where she talks about the single and her journey thus far. Check it out below.
RESPECT.: I see that you have a new single you’re out promoting.
Yes it is called Goldmine
RESPECT.: The feature on the track is QC’s Kollision. How did that collaboration come about?
We actually met in April and we started working together then. It wasn’t anything set up. He just came into one of my sessions, heard the beat, and wanted to jump on it. It was up from there. In Goldmine I never tried to name the song until y we finished it. Goldmine is a song about a woman. A woman being independent, boss, and her sex appeal. All of those are things are goldmine.
RESPECT.: In what ways did Kollision bring star power to the song?
The melodies were right. When he started doing those melodies I was surprised because I never thought he could sing. He has so many talents in his treasure box.
RESPECT.: What would you say is in your treasure box?
I don’t like to put myself in a box. I want to be known as a music artist. I want to play with my sound. When he did that he made me comfortable. I’m now taking singing classes because I just want to do it all.
RESPECT.: Have you ever had somebody in your ear? Telling you to stay in a lane.
All the time that are opinionated. I am very big on accepting and keeping an ear open. I am also big on being creative.
RESPECT.: You seem like you’re very self-aware. How long has this journey been for you. How long have you been in the game?
A year now. I started August 18th last year. I recorded in my house. I went out and bought all the studio stuff and everything I needed. I love everything I’m doing and I met so many people.
RESPECT.: In your bio, I saw that you are coming from Michigan to Atlanta. Was that a nervous move?
Nope! Before that I was in Charlotte. I left charlotte then came to Atlanta. You can do what you want and be who you want in ATL.
RESPECT.: What else do you have on the way?
I have a new single coming out called “Big Money” and it actually has Trina on it.
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