Overall I’m driven by the love for the art. I wanna give Australia a better name when it’s mentioned in Hip-Hop & feed my family doing what I love.
Amanda Palmer “I would say it took me a good ten years to shed every last ounce of stage fright I grew up with.”
New Orleans is a magical city but it also has a dangerous side. The black population are so unfairly treated. I wanted to convey the pain the city is in.
Sometimes when writing a song you don’t know what it’s about until it tells you. Often I come away & think, ‘Wow, that was actually what was being said?’.
I want to build a business that helps other artists achieve their dreams, along with providing youths the tools & resources to become musical entrepreneurs.
My music is traditional country and always will be. My goal is to keep that genre alive and well and bringing new fans to real country music.
What I experienced in early life & up until now does put things in perspective. I use these experiences to write the most passionate & powerful music I can.
Music can be more universal than words to express emotion. Regardless of your mother tongue, you’ll understand & build a personal interpretation.
I messed up my life & had to start a new one. The baseline is my old life & I had to let it go. A part of me died, but in a beautiful way.
Always be kind. Life is hard, life don’t care what skin color you are, how tall or short, male or female. Some people get knocked down & don’t get back up.
Being told I would never amount to greatness, I’m worthless & have no purpose. This ignited a fire deep within me. So I write to uplift, motivate, inspire.
It’s said when you die you see a movie of your life, that’s where we start with the video. There is lots of symbolism. I’m hoping it will intrigue people.
Sitting down to create is when ideas flow for me. It’s a bit like painting. You have to layer the sounds in carefully so they balance.