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Sheen Magazine is a national and international distributed publication. On November 14th, 2017, they did an interview with Alli Fitz.
Give us a little background about yourself and how you found interest in singing?
Well, I started originally with this app called Vine. It’s like no longer around anymore but I use to make short videos on there. It drastically gained a lot of followers that supported me in everything that I do. I started to do what I originally wanted and that’s singing, so once I got those followers and supporters, I started posting singing video’s and people started to like them and I just kept doing it.
How old were you when you first started singing?
I started really singing when I was about eight. My sister and I would go in my basement and we would just sing all of the pop songs that were out at the time and that’s what we did that kind of like made me better because I practiced in the basement every day.
Did you write the lyrics to your new song Disease and how did you decide on the name?
Yes, I did write the lyrics. For the title, it related to my life because I was in a toxic relationship. It was not a relationship… basically there was no title on it. It was really confusing and stressful for me. That’s where I got the inspiration of the song Disease.
Alli what message can you share with other females who are experiencing toxic relationship?
If they feel like the relationship is toxic and feel as if the guy is playing you and they are not going anywhere… you need to get out of that relationship like right now. Find your friends, have a sleep over, and talk about that relationship because it’s not worth it.
It is not worth it at all. Do you have anything else you would like to share with us?
Yes, I just want to say I love my fans and everyone who supported me, and I can’t wait to put out more music for them to hear, we just recorded a song yesterday and I can’t wait to put that one out for everyone.