Zø Marie is a clever and highly gifted singer, songwriter, and composer who has just the right amount of strong vocal chords to ensnare you in her universe. Zø Marie is also a composer.
Her mother used to play her some soothing classical music before night so that she could go off to sleep. This is one of her first recollections of music. Every morning, her father would wake up and greet the day by holding her in his arms and singing her songs by the Temptations.
She embarked on a journey that culminated in the release of her newest song and music video, titled “Alright,” after recalling her childhood memories and coming to the conclusion that she enjoyed singing.
Zø Marie spent his childhood listening to soul music on the radio at home, including tracks by artists such as The Temptations, Michael Jackson, Prince, The Isley Brothers, Marvin Gaye, and Teena Marie.
On Zø Marie’s mildly seductive debut single, “Alright,” evidence of Zø Marie’s birthright into Soul can be heard. The song has a melancholy R&B guitar over a musically mellow feel that transports you to a more straightforward era.
Zø Marie’s talents as a songwriter as well as his vocal training have substantially improved while he has been working with the famous R&B/Pop vocalist Jean Carn as his vocal teacher. Working with Ms Carn has been beneficial to both Zø Marie’s voice training and her development as a person.
The English major at Columbia University in the City of New York feels that her personality puts her different as a real individual whose word is solid in an industry where people are frequently fake. She believes that this sets her apart as a standout in the business.
The audience that she is speaking to in “I Wanna Love You (For the Night)” is between the ages of 20 and something, and they are often mired in a “hookup culture.” This song was written as a response to the rude behaviour of males she experienced while living in New York City.
She penned this song late one night in response to a man who kept contacting her at three in the morning and begging her to come over. She had finally reached her limit with his condescending remarks, so she decided to write a song from the point of view of a woman who is objectifying her possible partner.
The song “I Wanna Love You (For the Night)” is taken from the album Soulmate, which is structured similarly to a braided road, complete with twists, turns, highs, and lows, and depicts her experience with love when she was in her early 20s. The songs that makeup Soulmate are her life.