"Enjoy my music and come along for the adventure" #musicmoney meets Urban Dropout
By owston, Nov 15 2017 02:32AM
Where are you from?
I originally was adopted from Russia at a very young age, by my 2 wonderful parents who at the time lived not far outside of New York City. Now, I go to a small college in North Eastern Vermont, and cannot wait to graduate and move west.
Describe your sound:
I have been working on finding my sound in the electronic dance music and hip-hop world for a while now. I still believe I haven’t quite perfected it yet, however, many describe it to be “Supreme.” Early 2018, I will be releasing new music that many have been patiently waiting for.
Tell us about your latest project:
My latest track, Sriracha, I did with Los Angeles based artist Kyrie was a great experience for me. I have never worked with a female artist, specifically a female rapper. I had sent her a few of my beats originally, but she wasn’t really feeling them. She sent me some songs she had in mind for me to listen to, and a few days later I actually sent her an older beat I had been sitting on, and she was all about it. She got back to me with a first version fairly quickly, and when I listened to it, I became very excited. After releasing the final version now, we are excited for the world to hear it.
Who inspires you?
First, I started to take piano lessons in middle school. I remember always having the hardest time reading sheet music. My teacher would assign me sheet music homework but instead, I enjoyed sitting at the piano trying to create my own melodies, or learn a song I heard on the radio.
How did you get into music?
Today, I am a Music Business Industry major at a small college. I haven’t had piano lessons since senior year of high school. Instead, I produce electronic dance music and beats off of Logic Pro X. Artists such as Diplo, Carnage, Metro Boomin & Murda Beatz, are all considered inspirations to me.
Where do you see your career in 5 years?
In 5 years from now, I hope I will have done a tour or few, and have a track or few, as well, that reached platinum.
Where can we check out your sounds?
I post my music to SoundCloud, Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal and a few other streaming services. I would really appreciate it if you followed me on them.
Tell us something about yourself that the people need to know:
I am about to start the next wave, from my dorm room at a small college in a state that not many people are aware of. I hope you enjoy my music and come along for the adventure