How do you want to make a difference with your music?
I want to encourage people to dream and to hold on to hope. I like to tell stories with my songs and offer my listeners an escapism. I think it’s so powerful that I can connect with others through my music, and if it can put a smile one someone’s face then I’ve done my job!
Do you keep someone or something in mind any time you’re writing new material?
Yes! It really depends on the “story” I’m telling in the song. I use my personal experiences for my music, that’s my therapy. Sometimes I might write from a character’s perspective or maybe from a particular situation I’m inspired by. There is always a piece of me in my writing.
Is there any particular order you go by when you make a song from start to finish?
No, sometimes it’s a melody that comes first and the words come later, other times I just write without stopping and I can extract a couple songs out of that. Sometimes the music has already been written and the track inspires both the lyrics and melodies. I try to not force it, it’s always best when it happens organically.
Do you feel like there should always be a rhyme and reason for everything you do in your music?
Yes! Music is fueled by emotions, and as a writer I need to connect with my lyrics. Even if the overall vibe of the song is carefree and laidback, it still has a reason why it exists. Whatever emotion or situation that inspired my music is very real to me, it’s my motivation to write.
Do you consider yourself a perfectionist?
Yes, but I know I will never be and there is a time when you just have to let it go and move on to the next project. Easier said than done!!
How much time are you spending right now on new music?
Right now, I’m trying to balance my time between music, fashion, and producing.
Give us all your links/ where to stream!
Thank you so much! You can connect with me on my socials and stream my music on any major streaming platform like Apple Music, Spotify, and Tidal!
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