Salomé is a solo vocalist and producer breaking boundaries and creating a disrupt, surprisingly from the country known for remaining neutral and keeping the peace, Switzerland. Teaming up with New York-based label “Nah Bro Entertainment” which is notorious for releasing underground hip-hop artists, this beauty is not afraid to break the rules. Salomé is showing the music industry that you can be a badass while hitting a high note, literally. In an industry filled with one-dimensional artist, this lyricist stands out for her versatility.
She transcends all music genres and refuses to conform and be labeled. She’s a little street, a little Jazz, but has the ability to bellow Opera music over all that noise that dictates how she should be defined. She may not be listening, but she is certainly singing.
Her most recent release is a cover of the song “When I was your man” by Bruno Mars rewritten with a slightly feminine twist allowing her to share her own story. Showcasing classic training, the songstress plays the piano in this carefully curated music video directed by Steps2Rec from Switzerland of “When I was your girl” by Salomé: She clearly demonstrates vocal range and unspoken elegance.
To follow her next move follow her on Instagram @Salomemusic.
Don’t expect to hear anything similar to this latest cover, because not only does she have more to say, but she has many ways of saying it. Salomé is untamed and unapologetic offering her audience different flavors and is clearly the artist to keep your eyes on if you like surprises.