Daily discovery: the Womack sisters speak out in “Daily”

Los Angeles-based trio The Womack Sisters are classic. Already.

It doesn’t matter that they are contemporary, that they make music and release it now. They have this timeless feel. One reason for this is the combination of their indelible voices and the powerful harmonies they create with them. Another part of that is their look, which is reminiscent of beloved doo-wop girl groups from the 60s. Truly, the members – Zeimani, BG and Kucha – aren’t hard on the eyes.

But another part is the pedigree of the trio. They are the granddaughters of legendary songwriter and performer Sam Cooke, and the daughters of renowned songwriters and producers Cecil and Linda Womack. Well, the proverbial apples didn’t fall far from the family tree.

For example, the trio’s latest single, “Daily,” a vocal track as memorable as the music itself.

The song is written about another timeless aspect: love.

“‘Daily’,” says Zeimani, “is about extreme attraction, being so stimulated and aroused, moved in every way by someone that you want to give it all you’ve got – your mind, your heart, your body and your soul – to this person. .”

And the story behind the song?

It has to do with attraction, lust, adoration, and a deeply loving relationship.

“Meeting the sexiest man I’ve ever seen,” says Zeimani. “He was handsome, buff and strong, and his spirit pulled me in like a tornado. My heart, my body and my mind were with him making love. It’s never been so good. This is dedicated to Mikhail, the love of my life.

It’s perhaps unsurprising that Zeimani sums up his trio like this: “Sexy, soulful, empowering.”

What’s more important?

And Zeimani says she wants the song’s audience to feel energized by the new track.

“We want people to seek out your thrill,” she says. “Things and people that make you happy and excited. Fight for it.

Each of the three members of The Womack Sisters says they got into songwriting naturally, early on.

“The things I was going through made me want to write down my emotions,” says Zeimani. “And they turned into songs, I was able to fully express myself.”

“At a young age,” says BG, “I remember sitting on the bathroom floor with my dad while he was writing a song, he was asking my opinion and it made me feel important, It made me want to write.”

“I saw the effect my parents’ songs had on their listeners,” Kucha says, “and I knew when I became an artist, I had to control that impact.”

And Zeimani’s favorite line in the trio’s new offering?

“My favorite line on ‘Daily’,” she says, “is: it is now.”

Why?

“Because time is precious,” says Zeimani, “and why wait for a good thing?”

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