“Women in music, like myself, have had to fight and filter through countless encounters with people who misrepresent their intentions, often discouraging them from perusing their dreams. I am not here for that and hope to inspire others to declare Game Over on them”
-New York songstress, Michelle Sangalli on her experiences with the entertainment industry.
POP SINGER/SONGWRITER MICHELLE SANGALLI WORKS WITH FAMED PRODUCER YOBO (THE CHAINSMOKERS, TORY LANEZ, LEONA LEWIS)
Releases Heartfelt “Play No Games” Single With Hidden Meaning
November 8, 2017 (New York, NY) – With an undying passion for making music, New York-bred and proud Italian American, Michelle Sangalli has been working at her craft for years. Getting started at age 7 in her grandmother’s attic, Michelle has almost always known that music was her calling.
But despite her almost blind love of music, Michelle Sangalli has seen both the good and bad of the music industry as she’s tried to find her way to personal success.
For her newest self-written single “Play No Games“, Michelle Sangalli teamed up with the Grammy-nominated production team, YOBO, known for his work with The Chainsmokers, Breakfast n Vegas, Tory Lanez, Leona Lewis, Bad Bunny, Kim Viera and more.
At first, listen, the track sounds like a heartfelt love song, but it’s actually about her life and career in the music industry dealing with the ups and downs of trying to make it big in New York City.
“This track might sound like a love letter, but when you listen to the words, you realize my heart beats for my love of music,” said Michelle Sangalli.
Seeking to move with the times, Michelle Sangalli’s music is pop singing and songwriting at its best, as most of her songs are inspired by real-life experiences. From entering talent shows to going to auditions in New York City, she has put in the work and it’s landed her several modeling, acting and performance opportunities.
“Women in music, like myself, have had to fight and filter through countless encounters with people who misrepresent their intentions, often discouraging them from perusing their dreams. I am not here for that and hope to inspire others to declare Game Over on them,” she explained of her experiences with the entertainment industry.
“I learned that creating professional boundaries helps unblock a path for boundless creativity. For me, no genre is off limits,” added Sangalli on her musical process.
Fans of Michelle’s new song “Play No Games” should check out her trio of albums to date starting with her EP First Impressions, followed by her projects Dark Moon and Sapphire.