Throughout my life people have asked me, “What do you want out of your music?”
I usually don’t have an answer they’re excited about.
“I just love making music. I’ve been singing and writing my entire life and they’ve always been my creative outlets.”
“Sure, but how big are you looking to get?”
“I’m not trying to reach any status, really. It’d be nice, for sure, but I just know it’s what I love to do… what I’ve always loved to do.”
I wish I had some answer like blowing up on Billboard and Rollingstone and opening for Michael Jackson on his 2020 Resurrection Tour on my break from traveling the world with U2. But I’ve been singing for as long as I can remember and I’ve never looked at it as a means to an end. The sounds I choose in my music and the words I choose in my writing are direct interpretations of how I see the world. My music not only addresses what I’m feeling, but reveals to me things that would have otherwise stayed beneath the surface. While I’ve left some room for interpretation, my songs tell my stories exactly the way I knew them to be true. In collaboration with my producer, we’ve used looping and beats to visually represent the way I see the world and my experiences. I hope that in discovering myself in my own stories, people will make discoveries of their own as well.
I’m really happy you found your way here.
If you like what you hear or see when listening to this music I’d love to hear from you.