- What inspired you to pursue a career in music, and when did you first realize you wanted to be a musician?
We’ll, what inspired me to be a musician was really my parents, I was influenced mom ,my father is a productions engineer, and my mom is an artist I first realized i wanted to be a musician when I was six, that’s when I really learned how to rap and make words and syllables flow together, and used FL studio for the first time.
- What are some of the biggest challenges you've faced as an emerging artist, and how have you overcome them?
The feeling of incompetence, Right now at this moment it feels like no matter how hard I work it will never be enough, but i know if I work hard enough i’ll be able to live to see it out when i go back and really pay attention to my progress like insights and stats, it makes things a whole lot easier for me to bounce back and get into my zone with it.
- Who are some of your biggest musical influences, and how have they shaped your sound and style?
Kanye west, Drake, Tyler the creator, travi$ $cott, lil uzi vert, and lil Tracy. I feel like they^really helped me understand the differences in the culture and creativity and vibes in music. And how important to tone,mood, or vibe tends to be.
Shouts out to mike dean fa tha drumkit XD
- How do you approach the songwriting process, and where do you draw inspiration from for your lyrics and melodies?
I used to write songs pretty frequently really fast and then realized i can eliminate the middle man and just lay it all out, when it comes to recording I can engineer, so I punch in often. I find inspiration from melodies in classical music , ambient noises, synthesized compositions and trance drums and draw inspiration from personal experience and third person experience when coming up with lyrics.
- What can listeners expect from your upcoming album or project, and how does it differ from your previous work?
Listeners can expect a new variety of sounds and more quality production.
Next project i’m trying to go for a more minimalistic approach to ensure a place for the listener in the music to ensure experience and expression through sound
Most songs in the past were about heartbreak and drama, so a new album about letting go of burdens and creating space between the listener and their stresses. It would be a breath of fresh air.
- How has your background or life experiences influenced your music and artistic vision?
Growing up I moved around a lot so I seen many people in many different situations and places in their lives, but personally, I believe moving around alot made me feel like i needed a place to belong, and i always searched for somebody or something to make me feel like that.
i often found relationships (physical and mental) searching for a place to belong but slowly realized how I was driven to chaos looking for worth and purpose in the wrong places. This has impacted the majority of my influence and creative directory and every piece of my music comes from my mental space. and my main objective is to help listeners see from my view.
- Can you talk about a particularly memorable or inspiring performance you've had, and what made it special?
My First 3 shows, were all in one night an experience I’ll never forget and What made them completely special, was the fact that they were completely unplanned.
Went to three parties, and All 3 were having issues w music ( the first one we crashed ) and I took this as an advantage to promote myself musically with performance
And after seeing the reactions of the audiences, It inspired me to take risks regardless of the fear or consequences that may occur.
- What do you hope listeners take away from your music, and what message do you want to convey through your art?
Don’t be a fucking rapper lol (never let anyone tell you what you can and cannot be or achieve the power is within you all it takes is action )
- How has the music industry changed since you first started, and how have you adapted to those changes as an artist?
i think the industry took a turn for the worst, its shown me that everybody wants to sound like everybody. I notice a huge lack of not only creativity but lack of effort.
I guess you can say there is really no adaptation, because i’ve remained myself and have remained in my own creative lane.
- What advice would you give to other emerging artists who are just starting out in the industry?
Be yourself, and regardless of what anyone says to you, YOU can do whatever you put your mind to. Regardless of negative mindsets, regardless of The cards you were dealt when you were born, and regardless of the hate.