Meidė Šlamaitė, who won the sympathy of the viewers of the LNK project "The Voice of Lithuania" in the spring, has not rested on her laurels and is rapidly starting her professional career. She presents her second single and video "Ghost". The track was released in collaboration with creative house Elitaz and publishing group Universal Music Group.
Not afraid of open texts
First Meidher work "Monsters"who helped her fromto compete in the Voice of Lithuania competitionėits titleToday, it has 360 000. viajuries "YouTube" and 30 tŪkst. Interviewed byų "Spotify" platforms. As the artist explains, "Ghost" is similar in mood and feeling.
"Sometimes paat the strangest times, there is a feeling that something is missingksta, maybe it's my soul remembering past lives, or maybe it's my imaginationthe fruits of it, but there's something I really long for. This feeling is oftendisappear when it gets dark and the skyų palletshere's the lunar shguest, turbūt dThat's why I became a night bird: it's easier for me to create at night, and that's how I wrote this dain", says Meidė about the energy that inspired her to create such a song.
Gediminas Jaunius, the head of the creative house Elitaz, points out that the eighth season of the LNK project "Lietuvos Balsas" (The Voice of Lithuania) has been marked by an abundance of very open and courageous performers. According to him, Meidė has demonstrated this from her first performances
"As soon as Meidė appeared on the Voice of Lithuania stage, many people started to consider her a sensitive and fragile personality. However, only very strong people can talk and sing about their experiences. I am convinced that such performers have been needed for a long time, not only in Lithuania, but also in Europe. That is why I am glad that the music Meide is creating with Universal Music Group will reach hundreds of thousands of listeners," he says about the artist's uniqueness.
Universal Music Group, an international publishing group, works with famous artists such as Billie Eilish, Ariana Grande, The Weeknd, Imagine Dragons and others worldwide. According to Petris Mannonen, the company's head for the Baltics, the collaboration with Elitaz and Meide marks a new beginning in this market, with more projects to come.
"We are delighted to be working with Elitaz Creative House in Lithuania. We trust their professionalism both here and on the international stage. We look forward to more successful projects with young talents in the future, and the first contract with Meide is just the beginning," he stressed.