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How did you first get into music?

Guess first ever was when I was 15 and I tore my knee ligaments, then after the doctor told me that I can't play anymore football/soccer, I started to learn guitar and get into art and stuff.

Greatest Strength/Greatest Weakness?

I think my strength is that I don't like to rush the process and my weakness is that I get in a point where I need to take a break to travel and distance myself from my work.

What interests or hobbies do you have outside of music?

At the moment I'm a physical therapist student in the Medicine College and the sports have been part of my life before I started to make music.

How do you nurture your own creativity?

Hard to tell exactly where I find my creative process or how I start, but usually everything starts with a melodic line or something from YouTube, trying new techniques of sound design.

Who has been your most influential teacher or mentor?

Didn’t have a person who has really taught me, because I learnt everything by myself, but I always followed big artists like Noisia, 12th Planet, Skrillex etc.

What are your interests outside of work?

Lately I like to read, play basketball, hangout with friends, see movies, cook.

What is your main inspiration?

Usually for me everything starts with something that I hear or an old song that I try to sample.

What is your proudest achievement as far as an artist?

Can't say I have one, cos I am still at the beginning of my career in music, but I have some nice songs with artists from other countries and get recognition from people from my hometown on the street.

Who have you been able to work with so far?

I have collaborated with artists from US, Latin America, Africa and mostly Europe artists.

Any top-level artists/musicians/DJs that have given you a shout out?

Not yet unfortunately.

What are your plans in the coming months?

Finish couple tracks, start to properly work on my debut album and finish the college.

Do you have any artistic collaboration plans?

Yes I have but I won't say what I have in the vault, going to be a surprise.

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

Hopefully playing live sets, own a studio or of not, maybe the best therapist in my town, but still making music.

Will you be delving into other genres in the future?

My next track it's a combination between drum and bass with a reggaeton switch, so I would say I like to try new things and I will always try to expand my discography.



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