EDX

September 14, 2017

I have the blessing of meeting a lot of talented artists. This artist right here is the most down to earth person that’s ever crossed my path. It was so nice to meet you and I have been a fan of your work for a long time. I sincerely appreciate you taking the time to checkout my stuff and talk about music. I’m really looking forward to spending more time with you once you return in November. It was a surreal moment to me when EDX said – who is the singer? – and then everyone pointed to me. I know I do music but I still think I’m just Katy Corva who likes to sing. It’s a crazy feeling to have evolved into Corvaa and to be doing music full time. I’m glad I still keep this mentality because I never want to be the kind of person who isn’t gracious. People see me post a lot of things and everyone has their right to interrupt but I know who I am and where I come from. I’ve never thought or felt I was above anyone or anything. My parents raised me to work hard and not let anyone else’s opinion sway what I want for myself. I always refer to the concept of walking down a hallway. There will always be other things in life trying to prevent you or pull you away from walking down that hallway but you need to find a way to continue no matter what.

Keeping a positive energy and outlook on life is why I believe I am able to do what I do. In turning thirty and doing music for the past five years straight I have been doing a lot of reflecting. I can now say that every single person in my life is full of positivity, great energy, and nothing but love towards me. Looking back it’s definitely been hard letting go of certain relationships or people but I realize why it’s happened. I believe God removes certain things so that you can continue to grow and go where you need to go. I think more people would be able to accomplish more of what they want if they weren’t scared to let go. No matter how old you get change is forever scary because you don’t know what to expect but you need to trust in faith. I’ve come to a point in my life as a young woman where I embrace change and I trust why it’s happening. I want to say thank you to every single person that’s come into my life. Whether we still talk or we don’t really isn’t the point. The point is that you all have contributed something to make me the person I am today. I’ve learned that not everyone who comes into your life is meant to stay forever but they have entered to teach you something. I’ve taken so much knowledge away from every single relationship. It’s not always easy to see the purpose but in time you always do.