Artists Name/Label: Judith Snow
Music Genre: Pop
Other Genres: R&B
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The Story Behind The Music.
Judith M. Snow is a musician from Orlando, Florida. She is an only child, with no siblings, and a mother of one son. Born in Savannah, GA, raised in Garnett, SC and later Estill, SC she continues to overcome incredible odds and bless her fans and followers with label-free organic music and original songwriting year after year! Writing and releasing her first R&B EP in 2005, Eni Mini Mighty Moe! She has gone on to produce 4 more full albums and 2 singles! The latest album is The Uncontrolled: GOODMORNING QUAAL!
Growing up in her grandfather’s two church’s and having a grandmother and mother who were both vocalists who mastered the piano and organ and directed up to 8 choirs over their careers put Judith in a position to absorb music in the womb. She was born singing and understood from an early age how to read, write, and bring music to life.
Her proudest moment was when she performed in front of her class, with her mother playing and by her side, she sang “The Lords Prayer” and received a standing ovation. At that moment, she knew that this was something she had to do for the rest of her life. Education was extremely important and after graduating from Estill High School in the top 10 percent of her class, she enrolled at University of South Carolina Beaufort and immediately began working on her first EP which was released in 2005 upon her graduation. With her B.A. in one hand and Eni Mini Mighty Moe! in the other, and a blessing from Chancellor Jane Upshaw, she was unstoppable! She would go on to perform at several clubs and events throughout the Coastal Empire and even gained a little radio play and a loyal fan following from her efforts.
Feeling the energy from her EP, she used that to harness more of the ever growing music she was given by the universe to create, learning how to bring the songs in her head and heart to life, she created her first complete Album, The Hardest Part in 2006, and the buzz attained was phenomenal! This lead up to her writing, engineering, producing and releasing Possessed in 2009, Another World in 2010, Speak Softly in 2013 and The Uncontrolled: GOODMORNING QUAAL! in 2021.
“The Uncontrolled is a monster. All of my albums are my children, therefore I now can say have a total of 5 children altogether, and this one is the ultimate beast.” Your gonna love it!
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Judith M. Snow,
What Musical Genre Do You Feel Best Describes Your Music And How Would You Describe Your Sound?
Pop. My sound is futuristic, encompasses many different cultures and crosses all ethnic boundaries.
How Did You Get Your Name? Is There A Story?
Judith was the name given to me at birth by my beloved mother. Its the perfect name for me and I wouldn’t change it for the world.
What Are or Have Been Your Musical Influences?
I am influenced by a broad spectrum of musicians, from Elton John to Prince to Aaliyah and even Trevor Morris. I love music, good music!
What Are You Working On Now? Any Future Collaborations We Can Look Forward To?
Right now I’m actually looking forward to the follow up to The Uncontrolled: GOODMORNING QUAAL! I do have two songs that are in development and scheduled to be recorded next month. I definitely thinking that this one is going to be released sometime in 2022, summer of course!
What Is Your Ultimate Goal In The Music Industry? What Is Your Plan Of Action?
My ultimate goal is to be heard by every ear, seen by every eye and to on every tongue. Promote, promote, promote! Talk with fans everyday, and get my ears to the ground to hear what they are saying, feeling and needing out of an artist during these times.
What Is Your Favorite Track To Perform Live and Why?
Eni Mini Mighty Moe! That is my absolute favorite. Its been over 16 years since I recorded that track and it was fun to perform then, as is now.
What Has Been The Biggest Challenge In Your Career Thus Far?
Loosing my mother in 2014 was the biggest challenge. I had to stop and grieve and all of the music in me at that time was put on hold because I was in physical pain from losing her. I could not bring myself to even think about releasing anything, even though I was on schedule to have The Uncontrolled: GOODMORNING QUAAL released in 2015. It was devastating. Yet it made me stronger, much much stronger! Looking back, I cannot believe I am even saying this now but after losing her, I could not see a future. Yet day by day… a path was cleared. The universe MADE a way. I accepted that way and I am better because of it.
What’s Your Typical Songwriting Process?
I listen to the music. I’m a very spiritual person so, I listen for that spirit to sing. I then see the “root” of the song and from there, I hear it. I write exactly what I hear and sing exactly what I hear. It works.
How Has Social Media Influenced Your Career As An Artist?
Its opened doors that never was conceivable just a decade ago. I am able to speak directly with fans, get immediate feedback, and it keeps my thoughts in check! The fans will check you if you get out of line. It has kept me professional, yet allowed me to get a little ghetto, racy, dirty, sexy… whatever you wanna call it! Social Media is the future of everything. I have embraced that with open loving arms.
What Are Some Tracks and Artists Currently On Your Playlist?
Im old school, so, Sade, Monica, Ginuwine
What Did You Do Before You Started Making Music?
I was all about education. I made good grades, went to college, and finished. That’s what I did. I went to church, I studied the gospel and respected and loved my mother and grandparents. I did work as a teacher briefly but it wasn’t my calling.
Any Advice For Young People (Men or Women) That Want To Succeed In The Music World?
You need money. You need a plan. You must look at this as a business and treat it as such. Stay independent so that you can continue to make music freely and deliver the messages you are supposed to without interruption.
What Would You Change In The Music Industry If You Were A Top Music Executive?
That’s a very tough question. I’m going to say this very simply: I would change everything, because everything has been so wrong for so long until the little bit of right that you see attempting to happen now, isn’t good enough. It isn’t good enough. Everything must change.
How Do You Feel About Originality?
Organic music is a must. Nothing destroys a song more than over treatment. It unnatural and while it sounds beautiful, it destroys the soul of the music itself. Artists MUST write their own music to be considered organic. If a thousand people are writing for you, you are not an artist, your a puppet.
Is There Anything Else We Should Know About You Or That You Would Like to Add?
I support our expansion to Mars. Mars is our future. I support animal rights. They live here too! We have to get beyond our petty disagreements, sexism, colorism, racism and any other “isms”. We are better than this.