AMA 2018: Lexy Panterra asks fans to be passionate about their talent in exclusive interview
Lexy has been training many celebrities to get the twerk-out and founded LexTwerkOut (LTO) in 2014. Her YouTube channel has over 1 million subscribers.
The American Music Awards 2018 took place on October 9 at Microsoft theater, Los Angeles, and it was a glamorous affair. the red carpet was studded with stars from the music industry, encouraging the talent around them while having a good time. We got a chance to talk to one such star, well known for her amazing twerk in the industry along with her dancing and singing talent. Lexy Panterra, who is a celebrity twerk instructor, dancer, recording artist, and a songwriter talked to Meaww about her upcoming video for the song 'Peace sign'.
Lexy said her social media platform has influenced a lot of people: "I have been really focused on my music recently. I have a song out 'Peace sign' and a video dropping in this week. I'm so excited to be here and my platform got me here so, I'm very thankful to my fans, love them."
Lexy rose to fame through social media, she is thus called an influencer. She has been training many celebrities to get the twerk-out and founded LexTwerkOut (LTO) in 2014. The thought behind adding twerking as part of exercising came to her when she did not like the traditional workouts. Her YouTube channel has over 1 million subscribers.
Lexy's debut single was 'Lit', which was released on October 5, 2015, and since then, she has collaborated with many artists over the years. Being an Influencer is a big part of her life and to use social media to bloom as a talent is an important aspect of this identity. Lexy told her fans it is important to use social media for good and to be passionate in your talent, as someone will like it.
"I think that you need to be focused on the creative part if it's a creative thing, I am creative and I think it works itself out. If you're passionate about it you go for it and you post whatever you want an see what happens, cause someone's gonna like it. You will get the haters but you'll also get the fans and the followers too," Lexy said.