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What first drew you into music?

It runs through my whole family, everyone from my father’s side was involved in music, I first tried signing, rapping, playing instruments but it never worked, until I discovered music production, but I was the very first one in my family to take it onto the next level and produce EDM.

2. Listening to your music we can tell you love incorporating interesting new sounds and techniques within each track! What inspires you to experiment and evolve?

Each sound speaks for its self in my opinion, each sound has its own emotion/feeling, for me it’s all about what the sound tells rather than who’s sound is better, with that being said, I try to tell as much as I can through my sounds

3. It seems like you already found your signature sound 😊 Do you have any tips for upcoming musicians that can’t seem to find their own sound?

I can’t stress this enough, experiment, experiment and EXPERIMENT, until you hear a sound that literally describes you as person, never try and make a sound that will make you sound like you are somebody else. Always be you, always be original.

4. Your track “Hotline” is your best track in our opinion! From its artwork to the Incredibly powerful sound we absolutely love it. Could you tell us more about the story behind this track? Also, what is your creative process like?

The story is actually pretty funny, I was calling my bank and the calling robot kept telling me “please hold, you call will be connected momentarily” and that kept on going and going so I got pissed and started working on music and the whole theme behind this song is us waiting for the call representative to finally answer our call. As far as my creative process, I don’t have a specific one, whatever flows my mind I’ll do, one day I will think of the song then recreate the idea, the other day I’ll randomly start making a beat without knowing what I’m doing

5. What are your musical goals for the future?

Become as original as I possibly can, and just learn new stuff everyday by experimenting

6. What do you have planned for the coming months? Any upcoming projects we can get excited about?

Well there are few bigger collaborations with major artists coming up which I can’t really disclose right now, but other than that I do have an EP dropping next year 🙂

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