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Leilie Mohseni | Burn Me

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Burn Me

by Leilie Mohseni

I represent to you “Burn Me” a solo singer-lyricist, work of mine which is my first ever record, away from “Home”.
Genre: Rock: Soft Rock
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I started to write lyrics while in primary school with my father’s assists, who also was a poet. Editing and making melodies for my poems and practising the songs together with my father was the second task but the most difficult challenges of all delivering the songs in front of hundreds of my schoolmates and their parents on many celebration occasions and events which I succeeded with his help and encouragements.
All my childhood memories were during the Iran-Iraq war between1980-1988. My writings, in particular my poems, were a blend of feelings influenced by my surroundings at the time where falling downs, standing ups, resistance and surviving were the key notes in my lyrics.
My professional career as a lyricist started with working alongside a musician composer friend of mine, leading to my first published album. Meanwhile, I became a member of Iranian Lyricists society and my works used in many music albums and some popular television drama series. In addition, as an actress I performed in almost nine theatrical plays, three television programs, five short films and one feature film.
As a singer however, back home in Tehran-Iran, I only could sing in private gatherings or family events but not publically, for obvious reasons understandable for Islamic law ruled countries where restrictions imposed to women. Therefore I could only sing as a choir alongside main male singers.

And finally here I represent to you “Burn Me” a solo singer-lyricist, work of mine which is my first ever record, away from “Home”.



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