Hip-hop/Spirituality/Freethinking. Speaking for all underdogs!
Nilooteh uses power of music to inspire others to embrace free spirit
LOS ANGELES, CA – Nilooteh is a woman with a rebel heart that isn’t meant to be tamed – a wild child with a free spirit and reckless mind. She’s the kind of free-spirited woman who is stifled in a strict regime like her home country of Iran, which forces women to cover their body and hair from head-to-toe. Women in Iran don’t have the freedom to do what they want, even when it comes to pursuing a career. And artistic pursuits are extremely frowned upon. But Nilooteh knew she had to be true to herself and break free from those constraints, so she moved to the U.S.
Now based in Los Angeles, this budding young artist is setting the world on fire with her unique sound and style. From music to fashion to art and various other forms of inspirational multi-media, Nilooteh is an artist demanding attention. And she’s showcasing that unique individuality across four new singles that she’ll be releasing every two weeks over the next two months.
The first release is “Watch Me,” a Deep House track with engaging EDM vibes meant to introduce the world to her unique brand of art. Slated for release across all streaming platforms on Sept. 9, the song embraces the idea of love in its many forms, and encourages listeners to not only tap into the energy and use it as a mood-booster, but also to consider what it means to be someone who loves without limits.
“If the Divine Source creates all that is beautiful and is working through everything, then the more you love, the more you embrace all parts of yourself, others, nature, and all beauty of the world,” she said. “This leads to better union and integration with the Source and provides true healing. As a result, you reclaim your rightful divine power. You also fully accept in yourself and others what is not of the Source – not beautiful – but realize that it is an error in understanding or choice. You forgive yourself or the other and work to achieve understanding. Ultimately I believe that women have the right to be free, and all the lyrics of my songs are about being wild and instinctive and sexual and sensual. It’s a little bit extra, but I want it to be because I want to show the world that I’m bold.”
Nilooteh said she wants to focus her music on that idea of freedom – both physically and mentally. She said too many people today are prisoners of their own thoughts and she hopes her music will become the vehicle behind which more people in the world find true freedom. She moved to the U.S. to find that freedom, and now that she has she’s excited to use her music to help free others.
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