Since the independent release of her debut EP Confidently Lost in 2016 on Soundcloud, Sabrina Claudio garnered much critical acclaim for both her vocals and lyrical content. The EP amassed over 3 million cumulative plays in just under six months, ultimately leading to a record deal with Atlantic Records. The Miami born and LA raised singer/songwriter would follow it up with a 12-song collection, About Time that shot to the top of R&B charts and enable a feature on the soundtrack for the movie, Fifty Shades Freed, with an original song called “Cross Your Mind.” Her latest project, the EP No Rain, No Flowers, was written and recorded within a short span of a few months, having been released on August 15th via SC Entertainment/Atlantic Records. Regarding the new material, Claudio states, “No Rain, No Flowers is an inside look into my journey of healing and growth. Rain symbolizes darkness but also represents an essential part of rebirth. If there is no rain, there are no flowers.” Currently on her first nationwide headline tour with numerous sold out shows, Sabrina Claudio continues to impress audiences and critics alike.
B-Sides met up with Sabrina Claudio before her sold-out San Francisco show to talk about the personal aspect of No Rain, No Flowers, how she envisions her stage show to evolve and more. Check out the interview-