Seanetta Carson
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Seanetta Carson

Miami, Florida, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2016 | INDIE

Miami, Florida, United States | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2016
Solo R&B

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Feb
28
Seanetta Carson @ The Iberian Rooster

Saint Petersburg, Florida, United States

Saint Petersburg, Florida, United States

Feb
15
Seanetta Carson @ Sidebar Miami

Miami, Florida, United States

Miami, Florida, United States

Jan
17
Seanetta Carson @ Gramps Bar

Miami, Florida, United States

Miami, Florida, United States

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"Seanetta Carson - In The Moment"

Seanetta Carson entices with her sultry voice and heated visuals on her latest release, “In The Moment.” The singer-songwriter has been riding high on the success of the sexy track, and the new video is sure to breath new life into it and grow her fanbase even more. - HipHopSince1987.com


"Meet Seanetta Carson"

Today we’d like to introduce you to Seanetta Carson.

Seanetta Carson is a rising star from Miami known for her captivating live performances. She effortlessly blends R&B, trap, and ballads into her melting pot of colors and sound. Seanetta has made appearances on VH1’s Love & Hip-Hop Miami and worked with stars such as Mike Smiff and Sebastian Mikael.

Seanetta has triumphed over adversity throughout her life; experiencing homelessness and living in the foster care system. These themes present themselves throughout Seanetta’s music. She sees her songs as a vessel to share her life experiences and connect with anyone who has ever had to overcome obstacles. Her debut EP “Without Permission” was released in February 2019 and is available on all music streaming platforms.

Please tell us about your art.
I am an artist: singer, songwriter, dancer (sometimes lol), and an all-around creative. When growing up music was always a form of expression or escape sometimes, and it was something that was “mine.” Growing up I had little to no control over the things that happened or the severity of situations, and I had no one to speak to about it (at least thats how I felt); so I wrote poems and expressed myself on paper. It wasn’t until middle school when I wrote my first song called “I See You” and singing it gave me a whole new feeling of being free cause I wasn’t just writing it down anymore I was verbally letting it out!

Moving forward I joined a nonprofit organization called YE (Youth Expressions) where a group of us created pieces and performed around Miami. We did a performance for an HIV awareness event, and it was then I realized that music wasn’t just “mine” and my words and creation could touch someone else the way it had for me for so long. That’s when I decided I wanted to do this. I wanted to share my music and show people something real, fun, inspiring, or whatever the song may suggest. My art displays who I am as you will find when you listen to the compilation of sounds and energy that is where it shows that I am no longer afraid to speak and just be true to myself about who I am. I always tell people do not look at yourself as a victim cause after all I’ve been through I sure as hell don’t because it’s made me into the person I am today unapologetically.

What do you think about the conditions for artists today? Has life become easier or harder for artists in recent years? What can cities like ours do to encourage and help art and artists thrive?
I think conditions for artists today have become more challenging, but there are some new opportunities that have been created as well. As with many other career options, the entertainment business is definitely saturated and not easy to get into for most. However, with the advancements in technology and the growth of social media there are so many new ways and opportunities to reach people and allow them to hear your music or showcase your art without you being there which is AMAZING but some people do prefer a personal interaction with the artist cause they may be interested in your art, but I’ve started realizing that people care about getting to know and connecting with the artist as well. This is why I think its more of a challenge versus conditions being easier or harder.

To help artist thrive, I encourage their cities to support!

It’s so easy to support nowadays, and a lot of times it cost NOTHING to just support. Come to an event, stream their music, like, share, repost something, etc.

Not every artist has a bag (money) to put towards marketing and PR, but with social media, we can find ways to make things happen while working with a low budget (which most upcoming artists are).

Plain and simple SUPPORT!!! We do appreciate it. ^_^

How or where can people see your work? How can people support your work?
I recently released my first EP titled “Without Permission.”

It is available on all streaming platforms! Just type in my name Seanetta Carson, and it will be there. ^_^

Also, everyone can follow me on social media to keep up with upcoming shows and events. Find me on all SM platforms @Seanetta1 - Voyage MIA


Discography

In The Moment [May 2018]
Don't Waste My Time [Nov 2018]
Without Permission EP [Feb 2019]
Back Up On It ft. Mike Smiff [Mar 2019]

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Bio

A rising star from Miami known for her captivating live performances. Seanetta effortlessly blends R&B, trap, and ballads into her melting pot of colors and sound. Seanetta has made appearances on VH1’s Love & Hip-Hop Miami and worked with stars such as Mike Smiff and Sebastian Mikael.

Seanetta has triumphed over adversity throughout her life; experiencing homelessness and living in the foster care system. These themes present themselves throughout Seanetta’s music. She sees her songs as a vessel to share her life experiences and connect with anyone who has ever had to overcome obstacles. Her debut EP “Without Permission” was released in February 2019 and is available on all music streaming platforms. She is currently on tour throughout Florida for her Without Permission Tour.

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