Tamara Mechael is a songwriter, author, actress, and entrepreneur. She taught herself how to read at age 3 and began writing short stories at age 4. Throughout elementary school, she composed short, simple children's stories that she also illustrated. Tamara began professionally writing songs in the studio at age 10, and continued pursuing a life of musical entrepreneurship. Tamara is a published author as well as an accomplished songwriter whose songs have been performed at renowned events, such as Los Angeles KIIS FM’s Wango Tango and Detroit’s 107.5 Summer Jamz. She has worked internationally with renowned producers and songwriters. This led her to a sixteen-city United States’ tour where she showcased her first book, “Utopia Poetry.”
Tamara strives to write from her soul with which people are to benefit and relate. Whether through songs or literature, Tamara aims to be the source of healing and inspiration for those who look to music and art to escape. She has nothing less than a passion for words, and her legacy will live through all people she affects through her compositions. Tamara is constantly writing new projects and sporadically releases songs, books, clothing, and content whenever she feels it is fitting for the development of the world of literature.
Tamara honors her Middle Eastern heritage by incorporating its language, sound, energy, and values into her writings. She is confident that her widespread messages will be divinely heard by those who need to hear them. Tamara bases many of her beliefs off of her life experiences and spiritual realizations. By creating music and books for people of all ages to enjoy, Tamara hopes to bring about a worldwide understanding and appreciation for writing.
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What does it mean to be free
They call us free from birth
But are we really free
If we don't know what we're worth?
Excerpt from Utopia
Do you ever just let the darkness creep in? So far ahead, yet you can’t seem to win. Thought to be strong but guess I was wrong; though is strength really measured by the battles we’ve won? Or is strength how well we restrain from the bad? In that case, strength is something I’ve never had.
Excerpt from Evolution
Success is objective. Rules change. Consistency breeds magic. Love remains.