Fer Guinea – Tryna get some [Interview]

Describe your sound in 3 words

My sound is smooth, sensual and feminine

Tell us a few things about your new song “Tryna get some”. What is the story behind it?

Tryna get some is about opening the doors of your soul to someone with whom you share a deep spiritual connection. I wanted the beat to reflect sensuality and the strings to illustrate beauty. I wished to create through this track the journey that it is to fall in love.

For which lyric you are most proud of ?

I think I am always proud at the end of every song I write just because of it coming to life, every lyric I write is just a part of who I am.

What do you enjoy most? Writing music or performing your music live?

I am simply in love with the whole process, from writing to performing. I take great pleasure in each of these fields because it is deeply linked to creation.
Writing is much more of an internal exercise which allows me to express myself through music which is priceless; whereas performing is an outward process which allows me to connect with an audience and improvise on the spot and that is immeasurably special to me.

Your song has a very cool chill groove. Tell us a song with a groove you wish you had composed yourself.

I absolutely Dig minimalistic grooves. I would say that the simplicity but yet fullness of Lady From D’Angelo is the song I wish I would have made myself. The bassline is just divine !

Which book should we read while listening to your music ?

To be perfectly honest, I would not necessarily recommend to read a book while listening to my music but surely to roll a nice joint and relax hahaha

Should we expect an album in the near future?

The answer is yes ! Always expect more music, I can’t stop creating. There is a lot more music coming in the future, I have an EP finished which “Tryna get some” comes from and an album is already in the writing. As long as I’m still here I will always make music.

Thank you!

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