Latin artist

Jaime Arbella, a Latin artist with music from the heart

(Editorial from The Magazine Plus): – Los Angeles, CA, December 17, 2021 ( – What’s your name and where are you from?

Jaime Arbella, I am from Cuba.

What makes you different as a person and as an artist?

I have always had a strong determination to achieve my goals in life, constantly improving myself and learning from my mistakes has been my driving force, as an artist I have never looked for a way to be different, when you were born with art in your veins already you are different from everyone, but i believe exploring different musical styles, experimenting and taking risks in my songs as a singer and songwriter has made me a better artist.

What do you want to accomplish in life?

Every day I appreciate and celebrate each of my accomplishments, I believe that there are no small or big victories, they count, every step taken along the way is worthwhile and we must be thankful for where we are and where we are going to be, every day I appreciate my accomplishments and believe that the biggest thing I want to achieve is to keep intact the ability to enjoy my music in its purest and least pretentious state

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

In five years I see myself all over the world, surrounded by art, smiles and pure life, I see myself very happy !!! like today

What do you bring to the world of music?

When you make music that comes from the heart, without thinking about the latest trends in the music industry, you create something different, unique and above all irreversible, with my songs I give joy to the world, sometimes melancholy, life experiences, I give everything I wear in songs.

What legacy do you want to leave?

It’s a question I’ve honestly never asked myself, I think I live too deep in the present to think about such a distant future, every song I write, every note I play on my guitar, or with each melody that comes out of me is part of this legacy which will remain one day, perhaps for a few people, perhaps for whole generations, something that matters to me and a lot is that if finally a legacy remains , it is above all an example of perseverance, I want those who listen to my music when I am no longer physically present, to think that achieving happiness and fulfillment as an artist lies in their ability to create from of their soul, namely to love each other and never give up even if it seems impossible.