As a multi-talented rap artist of epic proportions, Miranda Writes continues to emerge as a legend in the rough. Her new single Taylor Swift is fire and there’s a remix of the track that will be out shortly. Miranda is currently on tour with the world-famous Harlem Globetrotters and continues to stay inspired as a role model for today’s women. Fortunately, I was blessed with the opportunity to converse with Miranda and gained some insights about life as an artist.

I believe that many of our subscribers will enjoy reading about Miranda’s journey in the music world and how it has carved a special place in the hearts of thousands.  Enjoy!

Warlock Asylum: Before we begin, I would like to thank you for taking the time to share some of your life with our readers and subscribers. Over the past few years, you’ve grown exponentially as a lyricist and rap artist. How are you feeling about your career and music in 2023?

Miranda Writes: I’m feeling excited, anxious, yet patient all at the same time. It’s funny because I’ve noticed for the last few years of my, I’ve asked myself would I be doing so and so 6 months from now. I’d probably say no. I think it’s a gentle powerful reminder that the universe knows what you need, and it may not even be what you expect. Plus, I just dropped Taylor Swift which I love. I’m really happy about my creative space right now. 

Warlock Asylum: Many of your fans have taken note of your recent reinvention and transformation from a female rapper on her grind to a more sensual aesthetic and seductive wordplay. Is there anything in particular that has sparked this new and progressive Miranda Writes?

Miranda Writes: Humans grow and evolve. I’m still the same me, I’m just openly sharing the evolution of me and the elements that have always been me, perhaps sides of me that I’m now vulnerable enough to show. 

Warlock Asylum: To say that Miranda Writes is on fire would be an understatement. You’ve done some serious tracks over the past two years. I mean everything from releasing Talk That Talk to working with Intell, the son of the legendary Wu-Tang Clan member U-God on the track Nothing Average. How did your collaboration with Intell come about? What did you enjoy about this experience?

Miranda Writes: A mutual friend reached out to me, telling me that Intell wanted to collaborate. I was like hell yeah! She got us together; he sent me some beats and then we hit up the studio in Staten Island. I’m very thankful to call him my friend now. Shoutouts to Agent Blurr who produced the track and is also a great friend of mine. Their energy is like no other. 

Warlock Asylum: Currently, you are on tour and working most effectively as the Harlem Globetrotter’s emcee. I know this must be an exciting time for you. Can you share with us a few details about how all of these opportunities unfolded, some of the dynamics of the tour, and working with the Globetrotters?

Miranda Writes: So, in short, they were looking for a new emcee and I ended up flying out to Atlanta for an audition. They called me a couple of days later and now I’m the emcee for their West Coast tour. We perform every day so it’s an exciting, rigorous, rewarding, and sometimes tiring gig, but I love it. I’m honored to work with a legendary iconic team like the Harlem Globetrotters. It’s an experience and I’m taking in every moment. 

Warlock Asylum: During this time, you’ve released a new single titled Taylor Swift. I love the music video and the track! Can you share with us some of the themes and concepts of the song and video?

Miranda Writes: Ah! I love this song so I’m happy you do too! In short, I wanted to make a classy, sexy, uplifting ladies’ anthem. I feel like I’ve always tried to find other songs in that lane and I just felt like it was time I created my own. It was a way for me to honor self-love for myself but for every other woman out there too because honestly every now and then we need a reminder.

I wanted the video to feel cute. fun, kinda fantasy fairytale-like. I went for bright colors and quick changes to capture the feeling of the song. I want every girl to use this as their hype anthem. Rock your crowns Queens!

Warlock Asylum: After releasing one hit after another, what are some of the things that you enjoy doing outside of music?

Miranda Writes: Running, hiking, snowboarding, meditating, reading, some Cabernet. 

Warlock Asylum: Do you ever see a time when you will start working as a music producer in comparison to your work as a lyricist?

Miranda Writes: Totally. I would love to get to the point where I can do both.

Warlock Asylum: What can we expect to see from Miranda Writes in the upcoming year? Any final thoughts?

Miranda Writes: New music, high vibrations, more wins, gratitude for the blessings. 

Warlock Asylum: On behalf of Warlock Asylum International News I would like to extend a warm blessing to Ms. Miranda Writes as we wish you all the best in your artistic endeavors.



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