What inspires you as an artist?
Nearly everything. To be specific to artists though, at this current moment I am heavily inspired by: Kendrick, Logic, Drake, Travis Scott, Jon Bellion, Alicia Keys – too many to name. My artist inspirations change pretty frequently. Disney is always an inspiration –detail, color, concepts, characters. Disney always has a deeper message than is perceived at first glance and I try to make my music the same way. As far as TV shows, right now I am watching Gilmore Girls and the witty banter has certainly heightened my puns. My friends are an inspiration; freestyling with them constantly and bouncing around ideas. I get inspired pretty easily by a lot of different things.
Your website features an array of incredible music videos. What can you share with us about how you produce these?
It’s pretty much me saying to someone “Hey, hold the camera right here” the day before I need to drop it. Music videos are one of my favorite aspects of music and one of the most important. Those videos have come about in different ways but generally I edit and direct all of them. I like attention so dancing around in front of a camera is pretty easy.
Where do you plan to take your music in the future?
Everywhere. There are so many rapper household names. Think about it...Nas, Eminem, 50 Cent, Jay Z, Kanye, Kendrick, Rakim, Tupac, but nobody ever lists a woman. I want them to list me.
What advice do you have for other women in the pursuit of big dreams?
I’ve never stopped to think “Hmm, I have boobs, I must have to do things different,” and neither should you, homegirl. You’re more capable than anyone will ever admit.
Where can our readers listen to more of your (amazing) music?
Either @sinawynne on Soundcloud or sinawynne.com. I’ve had to remove most of my stuff but more is on the way.