10 Jain Quotes about Music

” I think it’s hard when you’re a woman because the music industry is way more masculine than feminine, so you have to make your own space and fight for it. “


” My mother is half-French, half-Malagasy, so I’ve been listening to African music, like Malian and Congolese music, since I was a child. “


” Music is like my secret garden. It’s where I heal myself from every pain that I feel. It’s like a therapy. “


” My music would be very, very different if I haven’t traveled. “


” When I was nine, I was passing by a drum class and saw them playing and I was moved. That’s why I started making music. “


” For me to have the opportunity to learn the darbuka and the tabla in Dubai, it created my own thoughts for music. “


” When I was little, I was listening to the Beatles, Bob Marley, Janis Joplin, and stuff. I had a big soul music culture, and not so much a French one. “


” At 16 I was living in the Congo, and, you know, it’s your teenage time. I really wanted to find a way to express myself, so I started to write songs in the Congo, and I think that’s why my music is quite open, with a lot of different influences. “


” Well, the thing is I always listened to American music way more than French music. “


” My music was about travelling a lot and connecting with other people, and English is the voice of travelling. “



All 10 Jain Quotes about Music in picture


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My mother is half-French, half-Malagasy, so I


Music is like my secret garden. It
My music would be very, very different if I haven
When I was nine, I was passing by a drum class and saw them playing and I was moved. That
For me to have the opportunity to learn the darbuka and the tabla in Dubai, it created my own thoughts for music.
When I was little, I was listening to the Beatles, Bob Marley, Janis Joplin, and stuff. I had a big soul music culture, and not so much a French one.
At 16 I was living in the Congo, and, you know, it
Well, the thing is I always listened to American music way more than French music.
My music was about travelling a lot and connecting with other people, and English is the voice of travelling.
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