Scars of Venus Artist Kelly Monrow Finds Peace & Solace In Her Music
Texas-native singer-songwriter and actress, Kelly Monrow has been very active lately on her social media platforms. It’s refreshing to see her share intimate parts of her soul with the public. The artist, who had last dropped her debut album Scars of Venus, continues to win over people’s hearts by genuinely connecting with them every chance she gets.
Monrow has been dropping snippets of her In the Spotlight interview, where she comes clean about her past relationships: “We meet people for a reason, season, or a lifetime and I know some people have come into my life to help me birth certain ideas or birth the initial spark of creativity….Not all people stay but I am certain now why they come in.”
In the short video, Kelly explains: “I feel like it’s an evolution and a process of all the experiences that I’ve had in my past. And what’s really cool is along the way, I really feel like we meet certain people in our lives who are supposed to get us along the way. I call it a midwife if you will. It’s almost like an old school biblical reference of, like, somebody that comes in and helps you deliver that baby and then they step out.”
In another post, Kelly Monrow restates the main narrative of her album Scars of Venus: “In a world that often tells us to conform and fit in, it’s easy to forget the power of our individuality. We each have a unique voice, perspective, and set of experiences that make us who we are. Embracing our differences and celebrating our individuality is not only important for our own self-discovery, but it also contributes to a more diverse and inclusive society. So let’s be brave, let’s be ourselves, and let’s inspire others to do the same.”
Enlisting popular singles such as “Wounds” “Mama Said,” “Wake Up,” “Ain’t Mine,” “Jagged Heart” and “The Woman,” Scars of Venus has surely marked a before and an after in Kelly Monrow’s career.
Watch Kelly Monrow’s Full In The Spotlight Interview on YouTube:
Listen to Scars of Venus below: