LA-based Venezuelan-American artist Kat Meoz reminds us of the priceless art of honing your own style (aka mestyle) to deal with life in her new single “Somebody Else.” Built on blazing electronics and razor-sharp rock beats, “Somebody Else” is coated with dark hues that channel the uncertainty and thrill of finding your own path. Hit play:
On her single, Kat shared:
“It’s about not trying to live anyone’s life but your own. Just because you see people taking one path to success doesn’t mean copying that path will turn out the same. What I’ve experienced and who I’ve met is personal to me and my path. There is enough success in the world to go around and we all just have to take our own chances and trust the choices we make and listen to the signs we are given.
I apologize in the song because I’m sorry if I gave any advice that wasn’t good enough, but I had to make my own way and I had to trust myself. I don’t feel like a teacher or a mentor in this life, so I don’t pretend to be.”
“Somebody Else” is out now via Cloudkid.
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