Gedem, tell us more about how you got into music?
I’ve been making songs since I was at such a young age, but my career in music really started in 2016 when I made the move from Maine to New York.
I took sound engineering courses at JCC, a local community college, during which I met and worked with many artists; a few of them I still work with to this day.
Performing live in Cleveland that very same year opened my eyes to how this whole thing could become a reality if I just stayed focused excelling and finding more opportunities to boost my career.
Ever since then, I’ve been creating and evolving.
What would you say is the most difficult aspect about launching a career in music?
The most difficult aspect about launching a career in music for me has always been generating the funds while finding the support and belief needed from those around me.
Facing many ups and downs, I'm constantly reminding myself to be patient and stay focused.
What would you say to aspiring artists/musicians who look up to your work?
Just remember you write your own story you can't blame anyone else for the outcome, whatever you do is only going to go as far as you take it.
Do you have anything new or upcoming we can expect to see from you?
You can look forward to a rainstorm of new singles.
Be on the lookout for "Growth", "Movie", "Money Dance", and more.
I’ve been working on everything with my good friend Fernando, founder of La Serena Records.
The best producer in the industry in my opinion.
I dropped a single earlier this year called, "JuiceBox" thats out now everywhere which was also produced by La Serena Records you can go check out.
You can go stream my music on all platforms, purchase on iTunes, watch music videos on Youtube all by searching Gedemtfv. All new music moving forward will be released under my original artist name Gedem.