She needs to turn into the queen of the Swiss music scene – and is effectively on the best way! The Zurich singer Naomi Lareine (27), daughter of EHC Kloten idol Martin Bruderer (55), landed a success along with her new music “Piña Colada”, which can be pushed by the clothes multinational H & M. And with Seven (42) and Melanie Oesch (33) she shall be on the third season of the TV present “Sing my song – the Swiss swap concert” in early 2022. “I’m doing really well at the moment,” she says fortunately. “But I also work a hell of a lot for it.”
Naomi found the enjoyment of music comparatively late. “As a child and adolescent, I was much more focused on sport,” she recollects. She was a tomboy and “I once let my fists do the talking on the playground,” she says. Naomi suspects that there was a number of bullying, in all probability for racist but in addition sexist causes. Sport, particularly soccer, was like a valve for her to let off steam. And he or she was extraordinarily profitable: Naomi quickly performed within the U19 ladies’s nationwide group.
She likes Alicia Keys and Usher
On the identical time, Naomi additionally developed an ideal ardour for music. She began taking singing classes and taught herself to play the piano. Her position fashions: R&B and soul singers like Usher (42), Chris Brown (32) or Alicia Keys (40). “I noticed that I could set myself higher goals in music than in sports,” says Naomi. “That’s why I focused more on singing.” And that too with success!
Her music “Tell Me” grew to become a radio hit in 2019, in the identical 12 months she appeared at a number of massive open airs and went on tour with rapper Stress (44). In 2020, her first EP (“Unchained”) was nominated for “Best Talent” on the Swiss Music Awards. “But then Corona came and it got quieter,” says Naomi.
A tattoo artist as a good friend
She spent the previous 18 months writing new songs and in addition went to work within the workplace “to make ends meet financially”. Throughout this time she met her present good friend Gina Madskull (24), a tattoo artist from Zurich. “So Corona wasn’t just bad for me,” smiles Naomi, who derives her stage title from the French “La reine” (the queen). On the one hand, as a result of her mom comes from French-speaking Senegal, however, as a result of Naomi identifies herself strongly with a queen: “A queen is happy with what she is, she protects her folks and is a pacesetter on the identical time. I need to signify all of that. “