iWantEmpire Debuts “Artist Spotlight” with Stella Sol

 

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Today we shine the spotlight on the great and powerful Stella Sol.  Let’s get into it

If you could have one gigantic billboard anywhere with anything on it— what would it say and why?

Stella Sol:    If I could have a billboard up I would want it to say: “Some Women fear the fire. Some Women simply become it.” -OR-  “I know what I want and I’m going to get it.

Something about you that would surprise your audience?

Stella Sol:    Something about me that would surprise my fans is that I am 37 years old. I feel like I look my age but everyday people seem to be shocked when I tell them how old I am. I’m often told I look more like 27. I love my age for the wisdom it’s brought but admittedly it’s exciting to know I still look and feel young.

What was the last gift you gave someone?

Stella Sol:    The last gift I bought someone was a refurbished iPhone 6 for a local I met in Fiji during a modeling trip. He’s now able to post on Facebook which has been so cool for him and some of the people who live in his village

What purchase of $100 or less has most positively impacted your life in the last six months (or in recent memory)? 

Stella Sol:    I receive gifts from fans practically everyday, but the most recent one I’ve loved the most under $100 is my Neewer Camera Photo/Video Ring Light. I absolutely love creating quality content and this gift has dramatically improved how much my clips now shine.

What is an unusual habit or an absurd thing that you love?

Stella Sol:    Something absurd that I love is the show Rick and Morty. It makes me laugh so much. I’m just about to start back on season 1 for the third time. 

What’s your favorite ’90s jam?

Stella Sol:    My favorite 90’s jams are by Nirvana and Sublime. Kurt Cobain and Bradley Nowell were such tortured souls, but their voices were magic. I never get sick of hearing the way they both sang their hearts out when they were still alive.

You walk into a market and buy only three things, what are they and why?

Stella Sol:    I walk into a market and I buy a DJI Spark drone, an extra battery, and some new Keen hiking boots so I could disappear into nature for a few days to film content from all new heights.

How did you get started on iWantClips?

Stella Sol:    I got started on IWC after deciding that I could no longer spend everyday on cams putting on shows for hundreds/thousands of people who were mostly freeloading and draining me of my passion for my work. I thrive when my creative juices are flowing and video production continues to inspire me so much. I saw that IWC was catering to a lot of fetishes so it really was a natural progression for me to choose them as my main clip store over all the other content sites. 

 What was the last job you held before joining iWantEmpire?

Stella Sol:    The last job I held before joining IWC was as a cam model on Myfreecams. Before that, I drove limousines while also working as an exotic entertainer. During that time I also worked as a glamour model, and as an art director for a radio station. I have always held a few jobs at one time and consider myself a true workaholic.

What are bad recommendations you hear in your profession?

Stella Sol:    Some of the bad recommendations I hear given to new girls is that this is easy money. It is far from easy and takes boatloads of dedication, passion, and a strong work ethic. I see girls start and then drop out early because they were lead to believe the money would come to them with ease, and that’s wrong. Money can come easier in time if someone stays diligent about developing their brand and keeping a schedule, but nothing truly great ever comes easy. 

Another bad recommendation I hear given to new girls is that they can’t do this forever. The truth is that no one can do anything forever. I’ve been doing some form of sex work for the last 19 years and I have no intention on stopping anytime soon. Telling someone this can’t be a real career is totally ludicrous.