DNoRRi, tell us a little more about how you got into music?
I got into music at an early age.
As a kid, hearing my mom sing around the house, in the car music turned up loud; singing along to some of her favorite songs; I couldn't help but embrace music.
She later introduced me to my first studio while living out in California and bought me a karaoke recording machine to get practice on; to get more comfortable with recording the songs I wrote.
I fell in love quickly with recording songs in the studio; almost obsessed with recording lol.
It felt familiar like home and from there I continued working in different studios getting more experience.
I was recording day and night to get that sound right.
I couldn't imagine life without music, I know it saved me in many ways; so I'm going to always put my all in it.
Your music is a vibe! What does your creative look like when it comes to making songs?
I listen to a couple of hundred beats for about 5 to 30 secs, that's usually enough time to let me know if I can use it or not.
I pick a couple and listen to them a couple of times to get a better vibe and then I like to start writing a hook, from there I can work it, then it's 100.
You are a very respected artist; what would you say to aspiring artists who look up to your work?