MusicMafia presents Montreal singer Sara Diamond
Sara Diamond started singing when she was super young. After singing for her mom’s children’s record label, KIDZUP, at around 4 (or 5?). She was completely enamoured. Sara told her parents in September of 2008 that “by next year, she was going to be living in LA”. They laughed, and it probably went in one ear, out the other. But she was convinced, and determined. Fast forward a few months, and Sara was the newest member of The Clique Girlz. The girl group lasted for about 3 months… but they had met some cool people and decided to stay in LA for a bit. A bit turned into 18 months. But as a 14 year old girl from Montreal, the LA life was a lot to digest. The following 15 months were filled with a ton of broken promises, rejections, and half-met dreams.
She told herself that if she ever wanted to sing again, to just remember what it felt like to be there and force herself to make decisions based upon my love of music and NOTHING else.
Her latest single ‘Stay A Little’, exemplifies a step in the new direction. Sara wants to give as much as possible. Sing wherever possible. Contribute wherever and whenever possible. The music isn’t about if it fits her brand. It’s about if it fits her values. If it is coming from a place of love. This roller coaster has driven Sara to want to make more music, and share it with people who need a helping hand along their own journey. Now, the most important aspects of her life are love, community, sustainability, and wonder. Because life is a gift. And she wants to appreciate it as much as she can.