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Jodi Good is an up and coming singer/song writer. If you haven’t heard of her yet, you’re sincerely missing out. Keep reading below to read our interview with her and find out lots about her and her music!

But before you check out our interview with her, check out her music and become a fan. 

L.I.F.E. Press: Tell us a little bit about yourself.
Jodi Good: Hey! I’m a 23 year old singer/songwriter from NYC. I am an animal lover, a child at heart, and a total flirt! I feel like I’m applying for a dating site! haha 

LP: When did you decide to pursue singing professionally?
JG: I decided to sing when I was around 19 years old…when I realized I literally couldn’t do anything else…can’t work a cash register…can’t cut hair…

LP: Who are your main musical inspirations?
JG: This is always a tricky question for me to answer because I’ve always been most inspired by people’s words, conversations, and lives. That being said, I STRIVE to make an album that helps/impacts people the way P!NK’s “Misundaztood” and Christina Aguileras’s “Stripped” did for me.

LP: I saw on your Facebook that one of your songs was recently played on project anti bullying radio, how did you get involved with project anti bully? 
JG: Project Anti Bully actually reached out to me after I retweeted them! How lucky??

LP: What made you want to get involved in that particular anti bullying campaign? 
JG: Having been bullied, I know what it can do to your spirit. There is still a residue of pain left on my heart from those mean kids in elementary school. We can’t let them win! It is scary to think of all the potential that is crushed by bullies - it has to stop.

LP: Do you plan on using your music as a way to help get involved in other causes? JG: Absolutely. I want my music to form a platform that I can use to help others. 

LP: You recently started doing music mondays, what made you want to do that? 
JG: I think consistency is important. If you put out enough videos, people will have to look at atleast one.

LP: Are you ever worried that you will get fans solely from your cover videos who will only want to hear your covers and not your original songs as well? 
JG: That thought has crossed my mind, but I think covers will open the door for people to hear my original songs. If they don’t like my original stuff, they can just be fans of my covers! I think it is more important to have true fans than A LOT of fans. Everyone has different tastes and I appreciate every fan even if they don’t like everything I do. 

LP: Where do you see yourself in 5 years time?
JG: I wish I had a clue! Life can take so many different directions in just a few months time. In five years, I HOPE that I can modestly support myself by singing and songwriting and that I have the ability to give back.
LP: Anything else you’d like to add? 
JG: It is so important for me to spread my messages of acceptance and love. If I can better even just one person’s life, my life has not been wasted.

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