When did you start your journey?
-I’ve always had a passion for music. I feel like everyone born in the 90s idolized a certain musician. Mine was Michael Jackson so I started young with dancing and singing but didn’t really start making my own music until 2022 when I dropped “Unfold”.
Did you get any time to reflect on how far you came?
-I have not but since you you’ve asked the question it makes me see how my thoughts that I tell through music spark peoples interest enough to support what I once thought was just a hobby can become a profession.
What’s the hardest part of your job?
-Hardest part of my job is understanding that you can ever please everyone. I’m a people pleaser and I feel like when you’re in this industry you have to be selfish to develop and build your craft.
Do you have anything new to tell the upcoming professionals who do what you do?
-Just love what you do and be creative. Don’t change or try to sound like someone else. Make a tool belt from the artist you envy and you’ll become the best version of you.
What’s does collaborating mean to you and how does it relate to you and your brand today?
-Again, I am a people pleaser and love working to make great music. If you have a sound and want to collaborate I’m here for it but I’m also not here to waste time because that is something you’ll never get back.
Why did you get into your niche?
-It’s my safe place, my outlet, I’ve delt with a lot in my life but everyone has a sob story it’s just what are you gonna do with that sob story? I choose to let it motivate me to become better
Where do you see yourself/brand in the next 5 years?
-I see my brand growing to more than just the New England Area and get some big features hope to work with a lot more local artist and be a mentor to other artist who are on the come up. God Speed 💪🏾🙏🏾