Laura Brehm
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Greetings from India.. Love your songs.. I know its a silly question but what's your hair colour?? Blonde or black.. And also name a singer you want to collaborate with.... Again love your sings (especially Valkyrie and follow the singns.)


Laura Brehm responded on 06/09/2019
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Hi! Thank you for supporting my music. :) My hair colour is naturally blonde but I have dyed it black. A singer I would most want to collaborate with is Anna Yvette.

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Are you releasing any new music on Monstercat?


Laura Brehm responded on 06/09/2019
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Yes! I have a new release with them this month.

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Greetings Laura.
Hope you're fine. My question is how many languages can you speak? If so, what languages are these?
Have a great day.


Laura Brehm responded on 06/09/2019
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Greetings! I speak English and a little bit of Spanish. I hope you have a great day too!

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First of all🗿, i am your biggest fan.. I would love to sing but i know i will suck at it so leave.. My question is
When did you came to know about your music talent?? And is there any singer or musician in your family??? Love you Laura.. A fan from India....


Laura Brehm responded on 05/04/2019
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Thank you! I knew I wanted to be a musician since before I can remember. Both my parents and both of my brothers are musicians as well. :)

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Do you consider Voice acting as one of your career options?I mean you have a really sweet Voice.


Laura Brehm responded on 05/04/2019
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Thank you! And yes, that is something I am starting to get into! :)

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How many hours do you sleep and practice?


Laura Brehm responded on 05/04/2019
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It varies from day to day, and from week to week!

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Hi! Greetings from Philippines. Can I know who is the first artist you work with and what song had you made?


Laura Brehm responded on 04/07/2019
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Hi! The first artist/producer I worked with was Nick Cocozzella. He produced my first two albums, 'Day to Day' and 'Dreams' which can be found at www.laurabrehm.bandcamp.com :)

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What inspired you to write vocals and what do you think was the biggest contribution to where you are now?PS:Love you laura,i wish you the best and for you to keep on creating music


Laura Brehm responded on 04/07/2019
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I can't remember a time when I didn't want to sing and be a musician, because it started at a very young age. I think the biggest contribution to where I am now is releasing on various EDM labels with my collaborations such as Monstercat & NCS, as well as working with producers who have a prominent following such as TheFatRat.