Singer / Entrepreneur

Madeline Fuhrman

It’s taken five years of trying to answer the questions “Who are you?” and “What does your music sound like?” for me to come back to the beginning: to the girl who is fearless in pursuing her dreams and would wear a suit every day even at the age of seven to prove that she means business. I stand tall at 5’2” (on a good day), wiser but certainly not weary; wide- eyed and with my shirt buttoned up because, well, I mean business more than ever. Over the years I’ve proven that I’m not just a songwriter nor am I just an artist; I’m a human, and the truth is, I can do it all! I shouldn’t be limited by definitions that subconsciously prohibit me from becoming everything that I can be, nor should you. Through music, I learned to look inside myself; to face my fears, to fail (somewhat) gracefully and to always get back up. I learned to honor my personal history and experiences because those moments have shaped who I am today. So the answer to my favorite question? My music represents humanity. It’s an echo of the voice in the back of your head that needs to speak up a little louder. The Humanizing Project is a three-part record that is as much for you as it is for myself. These songs are my paid dues: my blood, sweat and tears from the past five years, and I’ve poured every ounce of my soul into this music in hopes that you will hear it and know you’re not alone in the struggle to “define” yourself. I hope that it’s the inspiration you are looking for…