Scott Storch has collaborated with some of the most successful musicians in the world, such as Beyoncé, Dr. Dre, and Christina Aguilera, to mention just a few.
To even get his attention, much alone his time and skill, is a significant accomplishment in and of itself. However, this is just what Fior, a promising young artist from Miami, has been able to do.
Independent musician Fior creates music that is slick, beat-driven, and pop-infused with elements of R&B, rock, and soul. This Spring, People magazine named Fior one of its “Emerging Artists to Watch.”
Her music has a contemporary and ethereal feel, with trap rhythms and orchestral swells providing a rich textural background for her luscious and nimble vocals. Her music has a modern and atmospheric aspect.
Her lyrics, which are based on her experiences in real life and highlight the type of vulnerability that may ultimately lead to strength, encourage listeners to acknowledge their feelings and recognize the significance of voicing their minds.
Michael Jackson, Amy Winehouse, Stevie Nicks, and Adele were some of the artists that had an impact on Fior’s unique, self-taught approach. At the age of eight, Fior began teaching herself to play the piano by ear after being given a toy piano by her father, who worked as a tour manager for bands in the 1990s.
Soon after, she began composing her own songs and producing her own beats. Along the process, she honed her own vocal tone by incorporating a husky alto vibrato with a very soulful timbre into her performance.
Fior is one of the most talented developing artists I’ve discovered in my career, Not only is she humble with an incredible work ethic, but she has an ear for music, the look, the style, and the vocal ability to compete with some of the most iconic artists of all time. Fior is the total package with a voice that transcends musical genres and generations