Uma presents an EP with re-releases and unreleased tracks. Featuring re-released and unreleased tracks, it is an eclectic collection of carefully crafted tracks that capture the artist’s musical identity. Each song is a world unto itself, weaving elements of pop music with Latin, electronic, urban influences in a surprisingly experimental fusion. The artist works with infectious rhythms, deep and provocative lyrics, narrating timeless love stories that could have happened in any era, creating a listening experience that both moves and challenges.

With this EP she opened a recital last September 2nd and continues with presentations in the capital city, Uma German not only establishes her place in the music scene, but also opens new doors for her evolution in the urban and electropop genre, diligent with lyrics that connect with the audience. It is a declaration of artistic independence and a promise of genuine emotions and exciting sonic adventures that immerses us in musical experimentation and passion; guiding us through an unexplored soundscape of an emerging artist.

We at New Fresh Music had the opportunity to interview the South American star Uma.

Where are you from?

Who are your biggest artistic influences?
Adele, Rosalia

Tell me about how your creation part begins, and how is your workflow.
My creation part begins mostly when I’m in contact with nature, listening to music as I pay attention to how I’m feeling at that moment.
Since I noticed that’s what best works for me, I use it as a mechanism to find inspiration.

Where do you find inspiration?
In music, movies, pictures, people around me

When is your favorite time of day to create your music?

Describe how art is essential to society nowadays
People express themselves and communicate through art.
Art unites people. It reflects our history, our present. Artists speak out for other people with their creations. It will always be essential to society.

What motivates you to create?
The beautiful feeling I get when someone tells me my music made their day.
Also when I’m full of things to say but I don’t know where to start, that motivates me to write a song right away.

How do you define success as a music artist?
People want to hear what I have to say in my music

Does art help you in other areas of your life?
Yes! Art taught me a way to express my feelings and to be less introverted

How do you develop your art skills?
Studying, practicing, working, and connecting with other artists and producers, always learning.

What is your next move?
Making a new album for 1st or 2nd Q 2024 and keep having small to medium presentations with collabs around Gran Buenos Aires.

Where will we see you in 5 years?
hopefully singing for lots of people and making lots of music

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