Sammi Constantine

Interview

Posted on: December 10th, 2021

One of Australia’s hardest working pop artists, Sammi Constantine, has released ‘Lost My Mind‘ – the second single from Sammi Constantine’s upcoming EP ‘1721’, set to be released in early 2022.

 

Produced by critically acclaimed Melbourne based producer Cam Bluff (Amy Shark, Allday, ILLY, Hilltop Hoods etc) and co-written with Cam’s long time writing partner Jon Reichardt the three penned ‘Lost My Mind‘ back in 2018 on one of the hottest days in early January, where Sammi recounts, “I think the heat actually made me lose my mind that day… That was actually the inspiration for the chorus hook. I’ll never forget how uncomfortable we were in that heat but nonetheless how determined and motivated we were to get this song down. We all played our parts and it came together really organically, despite the heat!”

 

Sammi Constantine’s upcoming NFT collection ‘21 Faces Of Tragedy’ was also featured at super-producer Timbaland’s NFT launch in New York City on the 2nd of November, hosted by Monegrpah. Constantine has joined forces with Monegraph Studio’s and long time collaborator Trystin Sinnott to create her NFT series ‘21 Faces Of Tragedy‘ (Melpomene). In essence, it is a collection of [digital] emotions portrayed throughout her previous single ‘The Show‘. A selected few musicians showcased their upcoming Music NFT Collections at the event including not only Timbaland but Wu-Tang’s Mathematics, Chanel West Coast, H3rizon, WILSON and more.

 

With talk of live entertainment and music venues opening back up after this lockdown, Constantine is ready to take her new live show to the stage, as she gets ready to share her first body of work. Live Shows for 2022 will be announced over the coming weeks, with the first on January 15th at Oxford Art Factory.

Hear Sammi Constantine join us to unpack the new single on The Music Weekly:


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