In this life, sometimes we may feel as if we are not enough, not only for other people, but for ourselves. We do what we can to try and fit into different groups that we’re not even sure we truly belong in. In the case of Loners Club, she’s found a way to transform these notions and turn it into something positively beautiful. Hailing all the way from Garland, Texas, Loners Club blossomed into the music scene in March 2016 and is rising to become a powerful voice for this generation with her personal experiences of insufficiency and positive reverberations on molding negativity into self-love.


Q: Thanks for wanting to be a part of Freelancer Magazine, we really appreciate it. So, for those who may not know you, how would you address yourself to the audience? 

A: No probs! I’m Loners Club. LC for short. 


Q: What is the meaning behind your stage name ’The Loners Club’? 

A: I was always never enough. I’m honestly  social as fuck really, I just was never enough for those around me. Not “theatre” enough, not “choir” enough, not African enough, not sporty or black enough, just never enough. I always feel alone. Especially when with people. I’ve been LC my whole life. 


Q: How long has music been a part of your life?

A: Music is the realest friend I’ve ever had.  it’s been all I’ve had since I could remember.


Q: Did you know that you always wanted to do music? 

A: Actually no, haha. I’m lowkey still surprised  that I’m doing this hoe.


Q: Where do you currently reside? 

A: Greedy Garland, Texas baby!


Q: What are some of your best accomplishments from 2016 and how do you plan to make 2017 better? 

A: My greatest accomplishment was actually putting my work out there. I just started writting in March & I’m so proud of myself for growing the balls to put my poems in audio form for people to hear. I’ve never felt so naked in my life. 2017 is definitely a year of grind for me. I plan to honestly re-train my voice &  re-learn how to read music so I can create better, as well as being hella open. And networking. Lots of networking. 


Q: What background can you give us on your latest release, Don’t Go Away? 

A: Don’t Go Away was def a song I wrote in tears, lol. The inspo came from a recent relationship I rushed into. It’s crazy cause I constantly saw my comfort in being alone, we were both toxic, yet my dumbass ass was too scared to be alone at the time. 


Q: What’s the message behind Don’t Go Away?

 The message behind “Don’t Go Away” is to def fix yourself, know yourself, LOVE yourself before you try to love someone else. Please. 


Q: How would you describe the music that you make? 

A: I describe my music as being free. Being free is saying what you want, however you wanna say it, do it, make it. That’s what I’m about. You’re not free til you can talk about how that nigga really fucked you over. You’re not free til you can talk about what really haunts you. 


Q: What goals do you hope to achieve in 2017? What are some things you want to accomplish/do in 2017? 

A: I plan to be consistent this year. Consistent in visuals, consistent in music, consistent in pictures. Being a girl in the industry already isn’t easy. Especially cause I’m not holding a gun & im wearing my clothes. So I really building & pushing this year. I hope to headline  my own show at the end of the year, instead of the showcases I’ve been apart of. That’s a must. 


Q: Will you be dropping any albums in 2017? 

A: Oh no, not time!


Q: If you could describe the future of your music in one word, how would you describe it? 

A: Colorful.


Q: Is there anything you would like your supporters to know? 

A: Be the you you think they’ll laugh at. That’s the you that makes shit pop. That you is more then enough. It’s perfect. That’s what I’m doing. Thanks a million for even listening to me, I hope you keep feelin’ me. 


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