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Miss Platnum: “Sold the Mercedes, I never used it”

Miss Platnum: “Sold the Mercedes, I never used it”

Pain, grief, anger and the black bile of melancholy. Lust for life, joy and a festive Balkan mood. Throw your glass against the wall! Miss Platnum is now singing in German – on a large spectrum. The former fantasy character has become an accomplished and matured artist. She knows exactly how to use a voice and how to express yourself.
Miss Platnum wears her heart on her sleeve, turning night to day and brought the Balkan to Germany. Working with top class songwriters Mario “Malo” Wesser, Marten “Marteria” Laciny and David “Monk” Conen she wrote her first German songs. One song led to another and so an early fog evolved into an artistic personality.
 Recording “99 Problems” , in which Ruth Renner addresses how it feels to be rejected by the audience
. With “Gläser an die Wand” [Glasses to the wall] she proved good ol’ Miss Platnum has not disappeared entirely.

The Balkan blood is still boiling, fortified with a look inside.
 As an artist she found herself with “Glück und Benzin” [Luck and Fuel] and implemented everything she learned over the years of her music career. Who needs security if you still look better in rhinestone clothes than others with their luxury cars? Or in other words: “Sold the Mercedes, never used it, putting on my old Nikes, I still look good in them”. Exactly!