What music do you produce?
I write songs about love, aliens, death, heartache, dreams I’ve had, flowers, relationships, indie movies, and my feelings. I write about love a lot.
How and when did you get started?
I’ve always made music growing up. I can remembering being a kid like four or five and coming up with little melodies in my head that I would sing aloud. It wasn’t until I entered my teens that I found I could use music as a way to express myself. My cousin and I both got into rap and making music around the same time and we started doing local talent shows together, soon after we formed a group. From there I kept growing with my music and experimenting with my voice and writing. I moved out to Chicago and hit the underground open mic scene. That was really where I learned to perform. It’s a wild feeling to be able to go to an event when you don’t know anybody and nobody knows you and still be able to win over the crowd when you finish your set. I owe a lot to Q4.
In one sentence, briefly describe your sound.
Experimental cosmic rap but I sing too
How does FLATS Micro Series benefit musicians like yourself?
Streaming is definitely the wave from music, to movies, and live shows. This series allows the viewer to watch live music without having to come to the show. The Micro Series is beneficial in that it exposes the musician to an audience that might not be familiar with the music.
How is a platform to perform powerful to your industry?
Live shows are so important for an artist. I’ve always felt performing was the ultimate release of creating for an artist. Few things compare to the live show so having a platform to perform is invaluable.