Talent Flows Through Jersey City: Mirah Supreme Talented Teen

We love young people who are creative and want to express themselves through their art.
Checkout Mirah Supreme as she tells us about herself and her music.

Mirah Supreme
Mirah Supreme

How would you describe yourself as an artist ?
-I would say I’m diverse being that I listen to all genres of music I am able to write songs for all audiences.

How do you think you differ from other artists?

– I think what makes me different from other artists is one I’m a “jack of all trades” I sing, rap, and write music which in itself is hard to find. In my opinion, artist today don’t give their songs meaning I try to give every song a story that’s what makes them all so special to me.

Right now who do you look up to ? Who do you think is a real game changer in the music industry?

– As a singer I would say Beyonce’ and as a rapper Drake. To me they’re on top and in the position I want to be in as an artist.

Triple Threat
Triple Threat

What attracts you to hip hop and r&b?

– I just like the feel the excitement and the energy of hip-hop and r&b. It makes you want to dance, laugh, cry, whatever. Don’t get me wrong, any type of music can do those things, but hip hop and r&b music always does it for me.

What kind of identity or image do you want followers of your music to see when you perform ?

– Honestly I haven’t really settled on the image I want, however I do know that when my followers or “the supreme team” as I like to call them, sees me I want them to think of me as a role model. I want them to feel inspired by my story and what I represent I want them to feel as if she can, we can.

What are the main inspiration for the lyrics you write ?

– When I hear a beat or instrumental for the first time I listen closely for words. If the beat says nothing to me, I know it isn’t for me.That probably sounds crazy but that’s how I choose them. Once I hear the words from the beat I think of something I went through that relates or something someone has told me .

What would be your dream venue to perform ?

– I’m a very shy girl so even thinking about this makes me nervous but , I would have to say Madison Square Garden. I know that’s a common answer but everyone big in the industry has sold out or even performed at the Garden, and I want to be one of those legendary people one day.

M!R▲H ~$UPRΣM
Manager/PR: Shakeema Bryant
Fan Page: Mirah Supreme
Youtube: Mirah Supreme/Looking Ni$%as

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Stephanie Fairfax is a fashion stylist, personal shopper, and fashion writer from the NJ/NY area she specializes in men's styling but also has women clients. She is a graduate of the Misa Hylton fashion academy in New York. She has worked with celebrities such as R&B group Intro ( styled "I didn't sleep with her video and live performance) Ed Lover, Mr. Cheeks, Black Rob, Gregg Wayans and Summer Wayans. She has contributed to jmariemagazine.com and fashionnymag.com.

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