I want my music to have
no limits but purpose.

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Alexis first encounter with her love for music was from her grandmother

Her grandmother was a concert pianist and at a very young age Alexis gravitated towards the piano.  She was determined to perform so when she was in middle school she entered the talent show by herself belting out A Whole New World in front of 900 families at her local church.

“I remember just having a feeling that this was what I was meant to do.”

After winning first place in the talent show she began to join her church choir where she cantored and joined chorus. Later on in High School she was propelled into theater where she really saw the whole understanding of putting on a production. In high school after landing a lead her freshman year in the musical High School Musical she began to develop her performance skills and started to seriously think of music as a career. Although she always felt music was her next step, education was important to her parents so out of respect for them she enrolled in Saint Joseph University in Philadelphia where she received a music scholarship and had the opportunity to minor in music with a major in Psychology.


My first love towards music

Alexis first encounter with her love for music was from her grandmother

Life is funny “I felt so blessed and privileged to be on this beautiful campus but you could always find me listening to music nonstop, developing my writing skills or in the practice rooms wanting to be somewhere else.” My junior year I was chosen to sing in Rome at the Vatican for the Pope, and at that moment I never felt more alive. Music is one of those things where you sometimes choose to let it be a dream or risk it all for your passion. Her senior year of college is where all that changed. One of her close friends passed away tragically, and “I remember singing at the mass Amazing Grace in front of all my friends and his family.”  Singing in that church and seeing how a few songs had made such an impact on people so close to me. When I went to the service my friend’s father came up to me and said, “your voice is incredible and you’re crazy to not pursue that professionally”.

 I remember thinking to myself here is this father who just lost his son, and he was so grateful and moved just by me sharing my gift with him. That was what I found so fascinating about music. No matter where you come from, no matter what your background or beliefs music can for a moment alter someone’s pain and take them to a happier place, and I knew deep down that was my purpose in life to help others and create music that had an impact on people emotionally.

My goal in this industry is to provide a platform for the good of the people.

I really want to inspire people to be better versions of themselves. I hope my music can connect to individuals and help them get through life whether it’s a tough day or blast my records when they fall in love for the first time