Describe your sound in 3 words
Evolving, versatile, futuristic
Tell us a few things about “My Time” and your creative process in general.
My Time is a song about the realisation of how far you’ve come in life as an artist and a human being. My creative process in general has been to make music impulsively that I resonate with, if I don’t feel it, I’m not with it.
You produce music in your home studio. Which is your favorite instrument/synth (analog or digital) you cannot live without?
If we count the voice as an instrument (we should) then that is my favourite instrument to use in production, from making vocal chops to harmonies, adlibs, rapping and singing, the voice is my go to!
What moment in your career are you most proud of?
My most proud career moment would be on May, 29th, 2020 when my debut album “Worldwide Flex” went number 1 on iTunes R&B album charts in New Zealand and number 8 in Australia.
What would you change in the music industry?
I would change the gatekeeper culture in the music industry, we don’t need it, the industry doesn’t evolve as a result breeding nepotism and less variety.
When not writing music, how do you spend your time?
When not writing music I spend time with my girlfriend, check out new vegan restaurants and managing my indie label.
What advice would you give to your younger self?
Advice I’d give to my younger self, would be to take more risks, work hard and don’t worry about what other people are doing, focus on yourself and develop your sound.