From the village of Trafalgar, Neo-Soul/R&B artist Samantha Moon, born Tracy Samantha Johnson, first discovered her love for music at an early age and has been shooting for the stars ever since. Coming from a musical background, Samantha gained a true appreciation for Neo-Soul and R&B. While being inspired by musicians of all genres, Samantha notes Regina Belle, Anita Baker, Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston, Jill Scott, and Sade as some of the top influences of her style. Channeling self love and happiness with music, Samantha also embraces nature and is an advocate for meditation.
Introducing her new sound, Samantha Moon’s latest single “I Love You” speaks to her real life experiences, vulnerability, and honesty. Produced by Try Bishop, Moon continues to clarify and take pride in expressing both her culture and artistry through her music. With new music on the horizon, the rising artist is taking her music to an international level and hopes to leave an everlasting mark upon fan’s musical experiences.
More than ever, Samantha is ready to unveil her all-new music to the masses. When discussing her all-new single, Moon says, “I think this single is a powerful record. To be able to express to others what is hard for them to express for themselves is humbling. I say that anyone would be able to relate to “I Love You” upon listening.”
In Samantha’s music lies her truth and pain as she strives for others to understand who she truly is. Facing trials and tribulations at an early age, Moon learned to overcome them with her writing skills and love for music. Raised by her mother, Samantha’s dad left her at two-years-old and she never reconnected with him until the age of 16. Moon was inspired by her sister to write her latest single “I Love You” after her sister was diagnosed with cancer. At that time in her life, she felt like the whole world was crashing around her.
Seeing a bright future for herself in the industry, Samantha later moved to Minnesota to continue her musical journey; music saved Samantha Moon.
Releasing her debut EP, “Wake Up Now,” in August 2018, Samantha began to truly step into the music industry. Throughout her career, Samantha Moon would like to make a difference and impact upon people’s lives with her music.