An Interview With R & B Artist Woodson Michel

Woodson Michel is an R&B artist whose music has been featured on CSI. Here is a link to his website:

Q: What do you hope to express though your music?

 A: My feelings, my emotions, what I was going at the time I heard the music.

Q: What life experience do you draw from when writing music?

Break up to make up, Being single, having fun, and life itself….

Q:  What do you like about Hollywood?

A: I think Hollywood is where I am supposed to be, it’s a great place, where magic is made and stars are born.  Competitiveness and everyone whom is somebody is right around, you never know whom the next person you meet might be..

Q: What don’t you like about it?

A: For every good there an equal bad, soI would say just the bad stuff that happen, The way people go about getting their way and losing the moral to get it, Hollywood sometime brings the best and the worst out of someone.

Q:  Who are some of your musical influences?

 A: I have a lot of influential people musically from the like of Musiq soul-child ,Maxwell, Sisqo, Micheal Jackson, Dornell Jones, R. Kelly among many other, they all brings something different in their own way..

Q:  What trends in music bother you?

A: I don’t have any trend I don’t like, I am open to them all cause honestly music is supposed to be your expression, your take on how it’s supposed to sound and feel.

Q:  What makes you fame worthy?

A: I am confident in what I do. I can entertain, I can act, sing, direct, produce and write. I feel I am a total package. I can connect with most people thru what I have to say or show. That’s why I’d say I am fame worthy.

Q:  What are some of the advantages of setting up your own studio?

A: Never having to pay someone, recording whenever you like. It’s all accessible to you!

Q:  What are the disadvantages?

 A: It’s accessible! A lot of times we don’t sleep!! It’s what we do and we want to capture that moment in that session so we stay all night to get it right..

Q: You studied psychology in school. How has that helped you as an artist?

A: I think it helps me read people a lot more than most, to look at situations from more than one perspective. Writing about a situation that has a couple of sides to it. Most song are about one side.

Please note; Eliza’s interviews are done by email. All answers are unedited and come right from the lovely fingertips of her subjects:)


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