An Inspiring Conversation With Talented Artist Seraphina Sanan About Her New Single And Much More!

After the excellent debut release "Left If All Behind," gifted artist Seraphina Sanan is back with a brand new track, "Nothing."

The new single is enriched by the collaboration with Rap legend Twista, on a song that perfectly blends genres. The powerful Metal arrangement creates a solid base for the two artists’ performance, giving the song an effective and exciting sound that convinces from the first note to the last!

Today, at Planet Singer, we have the great pleasure of discovering more about Seraphina Sanan and her music with an exclusive interview!


Hi Seraphina, thank you for being with us today at Planet Singer! Your new single “Nothing” is such a great track that sees the collaboration with Rap legend Twista. The single follows your excellent debut release “Left It All Behind” and signs an important new chapter in your career. We are thrilled to know more about your artistic journey, so let’s start from the very beginning. When did you discover your passion for music?

I discovered my passion for music when I was really young, around 4. I would always dance around the living room, singing songs, and that love for music never died. It has only developed over the years and my love for musical theater has only strengthened my passion for music. To tell your emotions through music is a great feeling.

“Nothing” is one of those tracks that hit the listener deep, thanks to the great songwriting and the perfect balance and artistic chemistry between you and Twista. Can you tell us more about this song?

“Nothing” is a deep dive into the courage it takes to stand up to verbal, emotional, and mental abuse from a loved one. At some point the strong gain the courage to realize that enough is enough and no one should have the power to use words to make you feel like you are “NOTHING.” TWISTA takes over the part of my therapist, my support, and someone who will protect me, as I let loose on how the abuser made me feel.

Something clear since your debut single is the importance you give to the narrative in your songs. The lyrics are relatable, honest, and based on real-life experiences, this gives your music that authenticity that is every day rarer in the contemporary music panorama. How important is it to you to make your listeners part of your journey through your lyrics?

Having a good melody is one thing, but having relatable lyrics is a whole different story. Relatability is very important in songwriting because if you can’t relate to your audience, it just sounds like a bunch of mumbo jumbo. Songwriting is about sharing your own feelings and experiences with people and if you aren’t vulnerable or truthful your music will be robotic. Anyone can be robotic, but as a musician I want there to be soul and feelings behind everything I put out. I want to be a voice—and I have to put myself out there—no matter what people say about me.

Talking about songwriting, can you reveal what your songwriting process is? How does your music come to life?

It’s different for every song but for most of my songs my producer gives me a beat to write to and then I write the chorus then the verses. Usually, I invoke the emotions I have going on in my head, as the lyrics come to me, we then change or modify the beat to fit the message or how I want the beat to compliment what I have to say.


If you could collaborate with one of the artists who inspired you who would you like to share a song with?

I would want to collaborate with Avril Lavigne or Amy Lee, (unfortunately Freddie Mercury has passed) because have so much power in their voice and they have influenced me so much throughout the years.

Are the two singles going to be part of a bigger project? A full-length album would be amazing!

Yes, so be excited!! 16 songs are completed, some including more genre mixing.

Are you planning any live shows for 2024?

Yes, the plan is for summer 2024, after I finish up my sophomore year of high school. I look forward to performing live.

Your debut single is more pop-oriented, and while the rap-metal vibes of “Nothing” hit you differently, still you sound amazing in both genres. How important is it for an artist to be free to experiment with different styles and genres?

I’m still new to the scene and I still want to experiment to know what I hundred percent want to do. I like to think that genres are like the ingredients and mixing all the ingredients together makes a great meal. Certain genres can be combined to make great music. I think more music should push the bounds of genre mixing.

Your voice is amazing. Have you studied with a professional vocal coach or are you a natural talent?

I think I have a natural talent. My family and friends have told me so but I do have a vocal coach to harness my talents and prepare me for live performances and some studio inflections.


Despite your young age, you show incredible artistic maturity. Do you think listeners your age are too focused on easy and mainstream tunes or do you think there is a need in this generation for deeper and more meaningful songs? 

My concern in my generation is too afraid to openly discuss their feeling and emotions, I want to be their springboard, open them up to know it is ok to discuss uncomfortable feelings, I want listeners to realize that life isn’t all about romance and teenage heartthrob, I want people to realize that my generation has a lot more inside of them that they grapple with and these things I want to get it out in the open so Generation Z does not keep their emotions all bottled up. I was to be the conversation starter with my music. Music is my everything. It has become my therapy, better than any psychologist or therapist, I can say and sing what I feel, appropriate or not; It is how I communicate how I really feel about the world, myself, and how I believe the world sees me.

Where do you find your inspiration?

In the small things that see every day, every day’s emotions that get stirred up… sometimes from a calm perspective but others as a ticking time-bomb off emotions that have been bottled up or too long.

What are your plans for the future?

I plan on moving to Los Angeles soon, to further my musical and acting career. I am back in the Studio, with Toxic, and we began working on some new music. 

Seraphina, it was such a pleasure having you with us today! Is there anything you would like to say to our readers?

Dream big and never stop fighting for what you want.“It’s your life, not anybody else’s” — you’re not living YOUR life if you are obsessive with what others think.

Check the links below, discover more about Seraphina Sanan and her music, and remember to add her songs to your favorite playlists!

Official Website:

Spotify: Seraphina

YouTube: Seraphina Sanan

Instagram: Seraphina Sanan

TikTok: Seraphina Sanan