“One of a kind” (n) (phrase): a person or thing that is not like any other person or thing.
Meet Deborah’s Child.
@debschild is an L.A. based artist who only comes around once in a while, you know one who is just incredibly unique and original. After growing up in Orlando, FL, she moved to L.A. to start her music career and created what is known today as Deborah’s Child. Her latest release “Red Light” has this very unique hyper pop and indie pop cadence woven through it that you won’t hear anywhere else. Her keen ability to cross multiple genres together while sticking to herself as an artist is what makes Deborah’s Child so special. She has a new EP coming out titled “Don’t Drop Me” in March and her first single of 2021 will be dropping late February called “Word Problems” so be on the lookout. Some of Deborah’s Child’s biggest musical influences include artists such as Eminem because of his use of skits and character he portrays in his music. Taylor Swift and Ariana Grande are also some influences as they are continuously making experimental pop music. As you might not see direct influences of these artists, you can see bits of pieces when you pick the music apart. Some songs that she really feels influences her music and describes her as an artist are “Stan” by Eminem, “Toxic” by Britney Spears, “All I Wanted” by Paramore, and “Happiness is a Warm Gun” by The Beatles. The future looks very bright for Deborah’s Child and she’s excited for more growth and change in the next few years. Don’t forget to stream her latest release “Red Light” right now as well as be on the lookout for her new EP drop in the near future.
Written by: Austin Saffer