While progress is slowly but surely being made, we are still years away from being a well-balanced society. It will not be conducive to productivity in the long run, and despite being more socially aware of numerous concepts and ideas, societal pressures and social injustice are still prevalent. Allura, an emerging musical prodigy, is raising her voice against all such beliefs.
With a professionally trained background in music, arts, and dance, Allura is a multi-talented artist from Dallas. An embodiment of confidence and grace, her career took flight in 2019 with her charting singles from her debut album “EP Happy Birthday to My Ex (HBD2MX).”
Because the music industry is still largely male-dominated, Allura faced many obstacles early on in her career. However, her response to all that negativity is distinctly visible on her social media, where she’s always advocating for women’s empowerment. She believes in spreading positive vibes for every woman in her line of work, together with those from other walks of life.
When asked to comment on how she thought women should carry themselves in difficult situations, she responded like the queen she is. She rightly believes every woman, like every individual, comes from a diverse background. They all have their strengths, and Allura believes a little motivation to stand up for themselves can help ensure success in whatever they set out to do.
While most women who look and act in a certain way end up being condemned by society, Allura strives to stand up and face every problem head-on. She suggests that women should not deviate from their path just because a man dictates otherwise. They should stand their ground regardless of any form of toxicity they face from anyone.
Every experience shapes us into becoming who we are and how we respond to external stimuli. Allura’s vocals are sweet, yet there is a strength that grasps you as her lyrics talk about finding strength in adversity. She believes focusing on your inner self and resolving internal issues can help generate a positive attitude.
To quote her, “Your inner voice should be positive and uplifting, a direct reflection of you. I did not want my reflection to be unpleasant as well, so I realized that mental health is just as important as physical health, and you should always CHOOSE YOU. Self-care isn’t selfish.”
You will always find yourself surrounded by people trying to pull you down rather than lift you up. Putting yourself first will ensure your success. A healthy mind can make miracles happen. Choose yourself above and before everything. You are investing time to reach deep within your soul and are being faithfully yours. It will ensure that only your people find a way to you, while it will automatically defer anyone against your idea of yourself.