Since we last caught up with Macy Krew on the eve of her debut single release for “Wherever You Are”, the sparkly and sassy country singer-songwriter has been keeping busy with building up her firecracker of a solo career, which reaches new heights with her fiery new song, “Playin’ With Fire”.
Premiering last Halloween on Netflix, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina follows the bewitching escapades of Sabrina Spellman, the teenage witch of Archie Comics fame. As half-witch and half-mortal, Sabrina must deal with the competing forces of the occult world and the mortal world. Though deceased in the comics, leading to Sabrina being under the guardianship of her aunts Hilda and Zelda Spellman, her mortal mother Diana Spellman, played by Canadian actress, Annette Reilly, is present as a spirit and is prominent in Sabrina’s journey.
In an exclusive interview with The Hudsucker, the multi-talented actor, director, and producer talks to us about her bewitching experience on the Netflix original series and her upcoming film projects.
Macy Krew learned how to sing before she could talk. It’s this early aptitude that clued her into her life’s calling as a musician. Over the years, Krew has continued to foster her passion for performing, singing on stages since the age of 13, performing originals and covers for her YouTube fanbase, and chasing her goal of becoming a country singer with her own music on the radio.
Tomorrow, the now 21-year old Krew debuts her first single, “Wherever You Are.” Before the big release on August 17th, we chatted with the up-and-coming country artist about her new song, her inspirations, and her hopes and dreams for her music career.
Multi-talented performer Ricky He is acting and singing (and even dancing) his way into the world of entertainment, and his projects this summer are poised to lead this rising star’s into his big breakout moment.
He has amassed a multitude of credits in television, including The CW’s The Flash, Fox’s Wayward Pines, Freeform’s Beyond, SYFY’s The Magicians, CBC’s The Romeo Section, and his current role on NBC’s Trial and Error alongside Jayma Mays and Kristin Chenoweth.
Next, Ricky merges his two talents together once again on the Disney Channel’s movie-musical of Freaky Friday, based on the namesake musical and the original film that inspired it.
On the eve of the movie-musical’s premier, we chat with Ricky about Freaky Friday, his role on NBC’s Trial & Error, and how he balances his love for acting and music in his work.