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We had the good fortune of connecting with Carla Gamble and we’ve shared our conversation below.

Hi Carla, we’d love to start by asking you about lessons learned. Is there a lesson you can share with us?
The most important lesson my business/career has taught me is that everyone is not your friend, and the entertainment business is tough. When I walk in any room, I do so with a kind, humble and welcoming vibe. It’s not always reciprocated to me in the same way I treat people. It does sting a little but the experience of keeping a small circle of friends and not giving everyone a piece of me, has been a great way of going about protecting my energy.

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Our editor Toya Haynes recently interviewed our June Artist of the Month Carla Gamble about her new album She Is. Read what she had to say about some of the songs on her new album and what it’s like being an artist in today’s Philly soul music scene during this very unique time in Black music.

PSN: When did you realize that singing was something you wanted to do professionally?

Carla Gamble: I actually started recording when I was about 13. I recorded a poetry album. It was called From My Lips to Your Ears. So we were basically you know, walking around selling albums on foot and such. An amazing producer and guitar player from Philadelphia, Richard Tucker, produced most of my songs. I feel like I really got my feet on the ground with recording at a very young age. 

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JULY 2022

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