Alma Lake is an 19-year-old soulful singer-songwriter born in Miami and raised in Colombia. She moved to Hollywood at the age of 18 to pursue her musical passions, after awarded two scholarships to music school and winning the L.A. Voice competition. Alma has been proving skeptics wrong and definitely showing her raw talent for the music industry. Her latest efforts in Los Angeles have paid off receiving recognition on Music Connection Magazine’s “Hot 100 New Unsigned Artist” for 2016.
After moving to Hollywood, Alma has been writing songs based on real life experiences giving her music an extra layer of authenticity that pairs well with her soulful voice. After working on her craft and developing her artistic destiny, Alma has sat down to develop her singles and music videos behind them. Check out her latest music video for her single “Summer.”
Today she releases her latest single “I Won’t,” a song the artist wrote to inspire others to keep moving forward through the bad times, and to never let someone have control over your life besides yourself.
Alma had written “I Won’t” in a notebook on one of the most famous streets in the world, Hollywood Boulevard, emphasizing how she is indeed inspired by real life experiences and the world around her when it comes to making music. “It was so random, I was singing with people passing by, looking at me like I was crazy,” she said in a press release.
The artist insists it’s a happy song that will get the audience dancing. On Facebook she mentioned, “bringing musical healing is what I love to do the most. Knowing that you can change your audience mood and make them happy with your music is the feeling I live for!” It’s a nice friendly reminder when you hear an artist express their genuine love for the power of music and how it can be used in a positive way for musicians and music fans alike.