Up and coming pop artist Sonny Mackenzi made a big move last month, packing her bags and grabbing her team and heading straight for Atlanta, Georgia, the South’s most prominent hot spot in the entertainment industry.
While feisty singles like “Shoulda Never” and “Love Makes Me Stupid” helped to put Sonny, (formerly known as Madison Kiss) on the map last year, the high spirited, fun-loving tomboy is reveling in the wake of her latest adventure—creating a cool, fun, fresh new sound for her upcoming album that her fans are sure to adore. Working with the likes of Phil Tan, Craig King, Peggy Johnson, Lann Johnson and Bravo Ocean, Sonny is already making waves in Atlanta’s music scene, and what’s coming next will undoubtedly be a smash with her followers.
“I have a great team around me and together we’re creating a really awesome new vibe that’s totally unique for me and my fans.” Sonny explains. “I’m really proud of what I’m doing and the message I’m putting out there, and I can’t wait to share it with the world.”
Stay tuned for Sonny Mackenzi’s first release, coming soon.
Sonny Mackenzi is the “one-in-a-million talent” you’re always keeping an eye pealed for. Already with a noteworthy modeling career on her resume, this young lady is looking to add a blossoming singing career to her bio. And why not, she has the talent and the demeanor to take it to the top and not lose herself in the mix. Playing it by the book, this kid is learning the ropes and taking care of business; she rehearses with a dance crew regularly and is booking her own shows consistently without any problem.
Performing her brand of Pop, Sonny is already finding she’s a hot item around town. When she hits the stage she’s a lovely lady garmented in fine fashion, armed with the remarkable talent to back it up. Getting decked out and made up is a large part of her show; at a recent performance models provided a fashion show working the runway while Ms. Mackenzi delivered the goods.
“The crowd loved it,” chimes Sonny. “The show was a total success and so much fun.”
On singing other writer’s songs: “When I’m recording someone else’s song I try to feel a real personal connection with the concept,” affirms Sonny. “Putting yourself in another person’s shoes isn’t always easy when you’re singing and trying to get the emotion across, so I try to pick songs that have stories I can relate to.” This young lady has also been busy writing her own material and working with songwriters to help fully develop it. “I love writing for myself and making sure my voice is heard. I want to put songs out there that have a universal theme, a positive message; you know the girl-power, youthful, sexy kind of stuff,” asserts Sonny.
Sonny has also been working closely with some of the hottest up and coming choreographers and dancers to spice up her shows. “When I perform, I put on a SHOW! I love to surprise people!” says Sonny. This wild damsel plans to entertain the masses and knows exactly who her target audience is; there are a lot of thirteen to twenty-ish aged girls out there who really dig what
Sonny is about. “I’m aware that as I grow, my music will grow too and that things won’t always be the same,” expresses Sonny, “But right now I’m loving being young and making music that expresses that.” Down the road, she’s shooting for the stars; she sees herself in the ranks of Katy Perry or Madonna. Follow your dream girl, follow your dream.
“The function of Pop music is to be consumed.” –Pierre Boulez
God Invented Fridays is the new production of Luis Lopez. One issue that arises with the need to make a tribute to the weekend, in the words of Louis himself "I had time with this idea in mind, in recent years I have lived very intensely on weekends, almost all the great things I have done I have done there, radio, bowling, big festivals ... "
To realize this idea, Luis Lopez has had one of the best producers in the world, the Danish Thomas Troelsen, who has produced artists like Inna , Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull . "I wanted a sound overall is much the responsibility I have today to be in front of a program like World Dance Music, wanted to work with a large experience has been amazing. I fancied a change the third and retrieve the sound Dance scarce today. The major producers of EDM are doing amazing things and I have not dared to compete for that already they "
Through the almighty Internet world body, Luis Lopez and Thomas Troelsen been working several months to mature this project. "When we had the song and the lyrics look for a good vocal talent and gave to the American Madison Kiss, who has worked on other successful projects with other alias, have frankly been very happy, I needed something fresh for the summer, which could girls sing and I think we succeeded".
The Issue will be released by Sony, but for now you can already check in Preview Soundcloud.