We caught up with the rising artist on their musical inspirations and their song writing process.
You’re a self-taught artist. How did you get your start in music?
I’ve always liked music, and when I was twelve, I started a YouTube channel and started up loading covers and it progressed from there.
Your debut EP Stuck explores relationships and feelings through your eyes. What do you hope listeners capture from these songs?
I really hope listeners enjoy my songs and take whatever they need from the song. If they can relate the song to something specific in their life then it will mean more to them. What I think doesn’t matter.
What song in Stuck are you proudest of and why?
I’m proudest of “Palm of My Hand." I wrote it in one night and recorded and produced it in one day with my friend Ciara who plays piano and does backing vocals.
We’d love to get insight into your song writing process. How do you tap into your creativity?
Usually late at night it's when I write down my stream of consciousness. There’s no set thing that I do each time, its different every time.