Rebecca Kemmer @rebecca.kemmer

Rebecca Kemmer @rebecca.kemmer


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Today we are pleased to present an exclusive interview with the dazzling Brazilian actress and singer Rebecca Kemmer. With a beauty that mesmerizes and a talent that transcends borders, Rebecca has established herself as a renowned international artist.

Rebecca not only shines on stage with her captivating voice, but also dazzles on the big screen with her magnetic presence. Her multifaceted talent has led her to star in acclaimed productions and perform songs that resonate in the hearts of her fans around the world. Her radiant beauty, with a blend of natural elegance and charisma, makes her an unmistakable and admired figure.

With every performance, Rebecca demonstrates her versatility and passion, leaving an indelible mark on the entertainment industry. Her bright eyes and charming smile reflect not only her physical attractiveness, but also a warm and approachable personality that wins over all who meet her.

Beyond her professional success, Rebecca is an example of dedication and authenticity. Her ability to connect with audiences and convey deep emotions is a testament to her immense talent and constant effort.

In this interview, Rebecca Kemmer talks to us about her upcoming projects, her artistic inspiration and how she maintains that balance between her international career and her personal life. Join us to discover more about this incredible woman, whose beauty and talent continue to inspire and fascinate fans around the world.



1.- Becks, tell me about the city where you were born and raised. What do you like about your hometown?

Well, I’m a country girl! I was born and raised in a city in the South of Brazil called Londrina, which actually means Little London. It’s a mid-sized city and growing up there was really good because of that – it wasn’t so big that you had big city problems but you still had some things going on. I used to walk around the city a lot and nowadays I have memories at every corner, so it’s always good to go back and reminisce! I like to think that children growing up there now are having the same happy upbringing that I had.

My WhatsApp chat group with my parents is actually called Little London (in Portuguese)! =)


2.- What are your hobbies? What makes you laugh a lot or gives you joy?

Really, art gives me joy. Seeing movies and plays and dance presentations, listening to music and watching live concerts. I also love writing and have been doing that more and more – and then it turns into work, because I am writing and suddenly have an idea for a script or some lyrics to a song (haha). I also love hanging out with my friends, the people I truly connect with, and going into nature. Actually, I should do that more. Thanks for the reminder!

I really enjoy dancing as well! I’ve taken many years of Classical Ballet and currently take Jazz Funk, which I incorporate into my singing career in performances, music videos and visualisers. As you can see, everything I do in my free time is what I would already be doing for work!



3.- Artist, singer, when did you decide to take your first steps as a musical artist? What feeling do you have achieving your dreams, your passions and being a recognized influencer woman today?

I was always singing around the house as a little girl. I also invented scripts and jingles for commercials as well as for films in my head and pretended to be acting in them… I come from a very musical family and my mother took us to concerts all the time. As she noticed how much I loved music, she took me to music training and, one year later, I auditioned and was approved at the Children’s Choir of the State University of Londrina, which is a wonderful choir, and I later learned some music theory as well.

After some years, I was approached by a modeling/acting agency and decided to start studying acting. I had already decided to be a professional actress when my boyfriend recorded me singing in the car (without my knowing) and showed it to a musician friend. They started campaigning for me to take singing lessons (haha). I ended up taking lessons with a singing teacher that a friend of this friend recommended and, a few months later, I was doing my first show!

Though I am not where I’d like to be yet, I have made some strides in my career by now and am at a moment in which everyday there is something new and exhilarating going on. After many amazing Pop, Jazz and R&B cover shows, I am currently writing and producing my first EP (Extended Playlist, like a small album) and must say that this is probably the most exciting thing I have ever done.

Every week I meet up with my music producer as we discuss legendary artists, concepts, music fusions, verses and bridges. I love it! It took me so long to get here, to find a musician and friend who I trust my dream to – the dream of making my own music, of expressing my own experience through sound and lyrics. I hope I can influence people to pursue their passion as I pursue mine because there is really nothing like being truly passionate about something.



4.- What genre of music do you feel comfortable with, or do you like to sing?

I started off by singing Jazz which I have always liked and was somehow how my voice came out when I sang. Through it came many amazing opportunities, such as singing in October 2023 at the Rio Montreux Jazz Festival, the biggest Jazz Festival in the world. It was a real honor! My family, who live in different cities, came to see me perform and it was so special!

Also, I have always enjoyed singing Pop, Soul and R&B and wanted to sing more upbeat songs as well as more soulful ones. Today I see myself as a Jazzy Pop singer, if that makes sense – bringing the influence of Jazz into Pop. My EP is actually in the Pop genre as well. I love Indie Rock, Indie Pop, Trap and Hip Hop and the music I am writing now is definitely also being influenced by these genres.


5.- Which artist would you like to share the stage with?

Lady Gaga. She’s been such an inspiration to me for so long – her message, her breathtaking performances, her love of fashion and how she brought the music world closer to the fashion world and, especially, her versatility – she’s gone from Electropop to Rock and now has a Jazz project as well as is venturing into acting. I am really excited for her new movie “Joker 2: Folie à Deux”, which is soon coming up! I have even played an old school Harley Quinn in a short film I once wrote! I see myself as versatile as well and am really inspired by Lady Gaga’s journey and legacy.



6.- Acting is also part of your artistic life. What kind of characters do you like to play? Have you done music theatre? Do you like theatre, television or cinema more?

Honestly, I like to play every kind of character! Every person is amazing with their flaws, qualities, motivations and incongruences. Every character is a big character, even if their role in the movie/series/play is small. It’s so cool to learn how much each character connects to who I am and also to think what I can do to improve myself in order to not be like them or, sometimes if it’s the case, to be more like them: to evolve as a person. Every character brings the challenge of you looking deep down into yourself and discovering how much of them you actually have within you. And that is a ride!

About music theater, I once played Alice in a “Alice in Wonderland” musical! We acted and sang and tap danced… It was hard! Haha.

I think between theater, television and cinema, my favorite would be cinema, even though I like television very much. I really enjoy movie sets – they allow me to immerse myself into the character’s world on so many levels, which is something not always possible with theater. The amazing thing about theater, though, is that it really shapes you as a professional actor – you have to do the play at that time and at that place. No second chances. No editing saves. You HAVE TO deliver.



7.- What do you think is the distinctive, unique stamp of Becks in each activity carried out as a person and artist?

I believe that in everything that I do I am always trying to be authentic and not feel like a fraud. I want to wake up everyday and know that I am doing something that makes sense to me and that if musicians, producers, directors, friends and family are pleased by it, great, but if not, I stand firm and don’t back down. I would say that this is my unique stamp: I was never one to go with what everyone was doing or to be swayed to a different direction just because of what other people were saying.  


8.- What is the main virtue that any woman must have to be an artist?

Wow, that’s a hard one. I believe you either are an artist or you aren’t one. And an artist can make art at any moment and not necessarily pursue it as a career. To make it as an artist, however, is a completely different thing. First of all, you need to know that being a professional artist is what you really, really want. You then need talent, education, professionalism, good networking skills, some coldness, hopefully a little bit of money to invest, some luck and, most importantly: grit – that vital mix of resilience, determination and go-gettingness that changes the entire game. So, yeah, I would say grit is the main virtue a woman must have to make it as an artist.



9.- Are you aware of being an influential woman for thousands of girls who want to be actresses? How important is it to you to be an idol for many girls and teenagers?

I just felt a little nervous here! (haha) I have been influenced by so many artists, it’s hard to count! I hope I can inspire young girls as well.

I recently had the opportunity to meet in bone and flesh an amazing Brazilian singer, Watusi, who had a successful career in Europe, having sung in many countries for many years. She is now back in Brazil and meeting her was just so inspiring! Few artists really make it as she did and it made me reflect about all she must have gone through and all the sacrifices she had to make to get to where she got. I am honored to say that I am soon doing a participation at one of her upcoming shows!

For a very long time I felt like I had to hold back on who I was and how I expressed myself, and after a while I decided: No more. Nowadays I try to silence the noise of the world, be still, assess my strong points and all I have going for me and be confident. I try to work consistently towards my goals, knowing that I want to achieve so much and that I must know sometimes patience is key. I trust the voice within and believe in myself.



10.- What was your feeling the first time in front of a video camera?

I was thrilled and nervous because the first time was when I did a movie in which I played a painter. We had an actual painter on set who would come paint on the canvas and show me what I was supposed to do while being filmed. She would leave the scene and the camera would shoot me painting on the canvas as if I were really doing it, picking up where she had just left. This went on and on until we had an actual painting by the end! We were shooting for 18 hours, it was so intense and amazing!

I am now acting on a series for TikTok, a psychological thriller called “Fatima’s Tales”, which I am proud to say I also helped script and which is coming out in the second semester of 2024. Even though the days of my first shooting are way behind me, I still feel butterflies in my stomach every time the director says “action!”.


11.- What do you think about the power of social media today?

I think it’s a double-edged sword. So many amazing things can come from it and so much damage as well, especially to our mental health. We need a break from all the comparison from time to time. Actually, I believe we need a break from almost everything from time to time.

In fact, the EP I am currently making is about mental health, as this is such a pressing matter nowadays and I feel I can say a thing or two about it. Nothing is more important than one’s mental health and I don’t think we talk about it enough.

I do want my art to be a source of enjoyment as well – I am yearning to talk about this deep, heavy matter in a light, also entertaining way. Even talking about the heavy shouldn’t get too heavy. More importantly, I want to talk about it through my own point of view, my own lyrics and concept. I am not here to preach anything to anyone, nor am I a health professional. I just believe we should continue talking about this subject more and more.

Back to social media, it’s an amazing tool and I am not one of those to complain about the changes modernity brings. You can’t stop the beat. Let’s use it to connect with loved ones, learn things, have fun and, when the case, grow professionally.



12.- How do you like to interact with your followers on social media? What’s your favorite social media?

I try to answer daily all the messages that I receive, although it’s not always easy. People like and comment with such care, I want them to know that I hear them – I want to inspire as well as entertain. It’s a balance. My favorite social media is Instagram, but I am working more and more towards being more present on Tiktok and making content more directed to it.


13.- What would you advise young people who have talent but do not dare to take the next step? What would you advise parents who do not support their children’s talents?

I once saw an interview with Matt Damon about this and, as I completely agree, I’ll pass it along. To any young person who has talent but doesn’t dare to take the next step, I would say: Don’t do it. Don’t do it, because if it’s a calling, it doesn’t matter what anybody says – you’ll do it anyway. Look deep into your soul and find out if the calling is there. See if there is something burning, yearning to get out. Otherwise, don’t do it.

To the parents I would say: Whatever your kid chooses to be and to do in life, just be there for them. You don’t have to necessarily support their decision, just be there no matter what. Because regardless of what one chooses, life can sometimes hit pretty hard. When life hit me pretty hard, my parents (and sister) were always there for me. And that made all the difference.



14.- What important lessons have you learned from the music industry?

I have met some interesting characters in the music industry and some amazing people, quality people, people that truly inspire me to be the best artist I could ever be! People that are generous like that, giving me their time, patience and knowledge. I’ve also learned the value of exchange, of collectiveness, of coming together to make something beautiful like an album or a concert. You can’t do everything on your own. Also, I learned the value of networking and building professional relationships. We sometimes don’t give networking the credit it deserves as a pivotal factor to achieve things.

Finally, I have learned that nowadays there are really no rules in the music industry and that following my gut has proven very resourceful. These are ever-changing waters. I try to stay tuned, stay connected, but know that at the end of the day, as Osho would say, everything one needs is already inside. We should only stop and listen.


15.- Becky, being an actress for you has been easy? Were there obstacles? How did you overcome obstacles?

I wish there was a time, any time, when there weren’t any obstacles. Every day is a battle. It’s a competitive environment and you often have to know the right people and be at the right place at the right time. Acting is a very demanding craft – it requires that you get to know yourself and are honest about your flaws and worst sides. Shooting a scene can be exhausting as most of the time you have to repeat a scene over and over and over again. It’s a lot of mental and emotional work. But I love it!

I think continually studying and searching to improve yourself is vital to grow and open doors. I took modeling classes as well as script writing classes to add to my acting and singing abilities and become a more rounded artist. I can say today that I am comfortable at a photoshoot and can handle myself on the runway. Modeling opened doors to meeting new people in the industry, being hired for modeling jobs and getting to be known as a singer and actress in different show business environments.

Script writing helps me to put out my own stories and develop the characters I want to play in them. And I have so many ideas! I have been producing some of my own projects for quite some time and have learned a lot as a producer, a lot about making what you want happen. It’s a lot of work, but very rewarding in the end.

I believe having the mindset that it is all a building process and that you have to go step by step, one day at a time, is how you overcome obstacles. You stand firm and move continually, even if slowly at times.



16.- Worldwide, women have acquired a greater role even though there are societies where they are still abused. What is your opinion on the role of women in the future in these societies?

Recently I was thinking about how grateful I am to all the women that came before me who fought for rights I now have and which I never even have to think about. But even now, everywhere in the world the fight continues – in some places more, in some places less. I can only hope that everywhere in the world women will one day be liberated to live their full potential and that merely thinking about equality is something of the past. Women are pivotal – the maternal instinct is literally what has kept us alive as a species. And in these societies where they are greatly abused, I know that they are many times the factor keeping entire families and communities together as they tend to be more empathetic and think more often about people’s general well-being. I hope, every day, that we evolve as a species and that freedom prevails, and I want to build my career in such a way as to be an inspiration, to be another woman who has made it and opened up spaces for the next ones that are yet to come.


17.- Becky, what is your motivation and what do you feel grateful for every day?

I am really grateful for the parents that I have and the grandparents that I had.

What motivates me is knowing that I have a lot to express, my spark. I know I have my own mark to leave on this Earth and that I can’t just give up. As an artist, that is my main goal: to fight to build a world in which people are able to be their full, authentic selves.



18.- Becky, Do you like to travel? What countries do you know? What other countries would you like to know and which places do you recommend to visit from your country?

Traveling is one of my passions for sure! I’ve been to Peru, Bolivia, Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, USA, Canada, Germany, the Netherlands, France, Portugal, Czech Republic, Belgium, Slovenia, Switzerland, Austria, Croatia, Hungary and Turkey. I would love to go to Iceland and India right now, but if I’m completely honest, I want to see the entire world!

In Brazil, the Iguaçu Falls are definitely a must. The Iguaçu Falls are insanely beautiful! They are huge, the water almost takes over you! It’s a must-see before-you-die kind of sight.


19.- You and I (Jaime William) are going to play ping pong. I will tell you one word and you will answer with another word that comes to your mind.


– Marriage – Grandparents

– Children – Cute

– Love – What everyone wants in the end

– Travel – Everywhere

– Abortion – Option

– Dance – Freedom

– Sing – Since I was born

– Europe – Magical

– America – Miss

– Sport – Entertainment

– Money – Necessary

– Parents – Love

– Dreams – Pursue

– Passion – Art

– Madness Percentage – My shrink hasn’t given me the report yet

– Character – Every


20.- Becks, your last words or final tips.

Thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to do this interview and to show a bit of who I am and my work, Jaime! It was an honor, really!

Final tip: No matter how long it takes, how tired you are, how many breaks you need, don’t give up on fighting for what you want. Just keep going. Evolution is what matters.






Rebecca Kemmer

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