Who is Evelor Savior?
In a nutshell, I’m an orphan from a caribbean island who overcame suicidal depression and now I’m using my life’s story and my music to uplift people and hopefully help transform the world, one less suicide at a time.
What inspired your new single “Spoon in My Cup” ?
Brandon Finale, the Music Producer, and I were working on a deal for a Yogurt commercial so originally we created the song for that. Then the deal didn’t go through and we didn’t want to let the song go because we thought it was a really fun song. So we tweaked the lyrics a little to make it more like a sensual jamming type song and we released it. My new single “Spoon in My Cup” is now available on iTunes, Amazon, Tiday, Spotify, Soundcloud, and pretty much everywhere online.
What challenges do you face in the music industry?
What I experienced in the past was some people I thought were professionals were just hoping to have a relationship with me instead of focusing on my art and the purpose behind it. I wasn’t having it so it was disappointing. Now things are different, thank God! I’m networking with more and more people who are about the business and have the ability to help me go to the next major level faster.
Being originally from Haiti does this impact your craft in any way ?
Of course! I’m very multi-cultural with my musical flow. I’m mixed; French on my Dad’s side and Haitian-Latina on my Mom’s side. I describe my music genre as Electronic-Pop with a Latin twist. My main objective is to connect to a large global audience because I really want everyone to feel loved and included in my art.
What plans do you have for the future ?
Mmmm….to eat yummy Mexican nachos and dance with my friends until 4am, lol. On a serious note though, I’m looking to release my debut EP in the very near future. I have a few big projects I’m working on with my team and I’m also writing my 4th book about self-growth. So stay tuned lol. Thank you again for interviewing me and I’d like to share with you one of my favorite quotes from Alicia Keys: “And the day came when the risk it took to remain tight and closed in the bud was more painful than the risk it took to bloom. This is the element of freedom.”
Thank you Celeb Fashion Mag, for sharing my story with your awesome readers!