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Transparent and Vulnerable: Sammie

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“That’s when I realized like, oh, if I really think about my life, and really dive in and be transparent and vulnerable and tell them what I’m going through, they get more attached to not just the music, but the man I’m becoming,” Sammie says passionately. “So I, I took heed to that. And then from that day forth, everything that I create, I just give them all of me, you know what I mean? Unfiltered. And they appreciate the rawness. I think there’s that organic factor that makes them really, really feel connected. And that’s what I did with the ‘Everlasting’ project. I was going through a breakup and to be honest, that was my way of healing. That was my therapy, you know, my music. I was a little nervous because I didn’t do that album with my fans in mind, per se. I just was hoping that they would fall in love with the story. And then I knew some of those same subject matters would relate and correlate to someone else’s lives. And it worked.”

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