Sonia Gosain overcomes her personal struggle on being judged with “Freak”

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Honest, upbeat and truly empowering!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Hi Sonia, welcome to LA Music Review! Tell us a little bit about you and your music.

My name is Sonia. I am an independent artist who wants to spread the message to empathy and understanding with the help of music. I am new to the world of music and Freak! is my first single. Through this song, I want to bring forward the issues of stereotypes, judgement and anxiety.

Congrats on the release! What was your inspiration when you were writing this project?

Released on November 6, 2022. I wanted to create a song that displays the frustration and the pain of an individual who feels constantly judged and struggles to express these emotions. Having felt this myself, I felt that there must be more people going through this in their lives too, and would require an outlet like this song.

Start streaming “Freak” here:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

What is your vision for this song?

My vision for this song is to communicate the internal and external struggles that one goes through (judgment first rather than understanding).

What lessons would you like to impart with your audience?

The lesson I wanted to impart to the audience is that we all need to understand first. We need to listen to and know people before judging them. Rather than advising people what they should or should not be doing, we need to understand why they are doing it and what they really need.

What is your favorite part of the song?

My favorite part is the Outro. It completely changes the course of the song. It also strongly expresses the emotions trapped inside. It not just clearly talks about what others say but also conveys the need to be free from all of the ideas holding us back.

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