(Behind The Music) Justine on Not Your Property

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I was in relationship, where someone wanted me to be his property. Someone who wanted to control my life. So I was sitting one day in my room,wrote a keywords and the song was written. But it’s not only related to me. This song is some kind of manifest of freedom, finally chasing dreams after living in someone’s shadow. So I think that everyone can say “oh yes I went through this!” @JustineMusicUK

Live Interview  Episode #401 http://tobtr.com/9661093

Jacqueline Jax logo photoGETTING TO KNOW JUSTINE
by Jacqueline Jax host of A.V.A Live Radio

I was in relationship, where someone wanted me to be his property.
Someone who wanted to control my life. So I was sitting one day in my room,wrote a keywords and the song was written. But it’s not only related to me. This song is some kind of manifest of freedom, finally chasing dreams after living in someone’s shadow. So I think that everyone can say “oh yes I went through this!”

Not your property

From my album and music you can expect 100% me.
On the other hand, I want to stay trendy with huge respect for legends like Michael Jackson, Queen and music from the 80s.

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I am living in London.
I realized that much often musicians and singers from UK  that are more familiar other countries. For me, the best places to go are Soho and Westminster. The first one will give you a view on multi-cultural environment and second one is a typical old English architecture and heritage.

I would love to spend 5 minutes with Adam Lambert.
Huge vocal powerhouse and role model. He showed me how to love and accept myself, how to develop as an artist. But the most important thing. He is chasing his dream and is not scared of what people are saying

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