Updated: Oct 4, 2020
Tell us a little more about how you got into music?
Since I was a child I always enjoyed singing, writing lyrics, and taking part in school plays, church choir, and talent shows.
I took drama and music class in school as well as singing beside my mother.
My first unprofessional recording was made on a cassette player when I was 10 years old.
From there, I continued to upgrade from recording in a truck, and then studios, until I built my own studio to now owning a record label.
What is your creative process when it comes to writing songs?
Creativity should have been my middle name, lol.
I have the biggest imagination when it comes to writing lyrics.
I enjoy using metaphors in poetic styles.
My lyrics come into my head at the craziest moments, in the shower, 3 in the morning, while driving, and sometimes when I dream.
I normally jump out of bed like a ninja looking for my phone in the dark to take notes before it slips away.
It is quite humorous to behold according to my family.
When recording I love to record my own backing vocals using high notes, low notes, harmonies, and whistles.
I enjoy the final editing process because as it comes together it give me instant goosebumps.
What would you say to aspiring artists who look up to your work?
Treat music like a science project; play around, experiment, don't be afraid to do something unorthodox, and never hold back.
Do you have anything new or upcoming we can expect to see from you?
I have released a few new things lately.
Two new singles, "Forever" and "2 Sides" as well as two new albums "Reflect" and my self-titled R&B Album released on September 23rd.
Normally, I release albums with several different genres so this is rare for me to release an album dedicated to one specific genre, but I love it!
My upcoming projects are coming in 2021 and I will be dropping teasers on Instagram when I get closer to it.
Follow Fancy J London:
LinkTree: Fancy J London
Spotify: Reflect Album
Spotify: Self-Titled R&B Album