What kind of music did you listen to growing up and how has that influenced you?
I actually grew up in a Christian household and only listened to gospel artists all the way up until my teenage years! From there, I got into Hip-Hop and RnB artists but honestly I don't think that time in my life influenced me much. However, I learned how to play keys and guitar in church which helps me make chords, but that's about it.
What can you tell us about the new single "Wastelands"?
It's a hard hitting Bass House track inspired by Joyryde and Habstrakt, so if you like those artists you'll love this! It's definitely a bit different sound than my older stuff like "Turn It Up."
How would you describe the track to someone who has never heard it?
I would say it's house music fused with dubstep!
Best show you've played at so far?
My best show I'd say was South Korea! It was my first outdoor show and I couldn't believe how they treated me, like I was a full celeb. It was crazy!
What are your upcoming plans for the rest of the year and what can we expect to see from you in the future?
My aim this year is to show my versatility, so I'll be dropping a lot of different genres and stepping out from just trap stuff. I also wanna do more self releases and not rely on labels so much, so that's another big goal for this year.
Which three words to describe you and your music?
Melts. Your. Face.
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