Music is one of the most effective ways of sharing stories and emotions. With music, the walls of individuality are broken down, allowing our consciousness to connect beyond the boundaries of space and time. My music not only gives listeners a look into my past but also a peek into my mind & feelings. Let’s connect.
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My love for music started at the age of 7 years; I would constantly stand in front of the mirror and pretend I was in my favorite music videos. It was then when I realized that I wanted to create my own music and maybe one day be in my own video! Since then I have explored the field, and I have learned a lot about music, its abilities, and impact. I realized that a song is more than composed & organized sounds. It is a way to connect with people.
I started writing music at 10 years of age, and I started by writing short rap verses and R&B songs & poetry, and I started to take an interest in producing so I started learning how to compose beats at age 14. It was tough because that was my first year of high school and I was being bullied every day to a point where I didn’t want to go to school. I would wake up and stay at my friend’s place who had a studio app on his computer and I’d stay there all day making house music, hip-hop, and r&b. It’s only when I was 17 when I started to record my music and try to get it heard. Music for me is more than a career; it’s my refuge where nobody could break me.
My music is a combination of sound, story, and emotion. Like listening to a storybook or movie of a kind. Imagine a film that takes place in the human mind, the human experience not bound by the physical laws, but in its purest state. That is what I aim to render into my music and my art, every single thing I went through, the lessons and the memory ingrained in each and every lyric, even to the point of using my imagination.
FREDIZN, Category: Artist, Singles: Wavybone, Top Tracks: Wavybone, Monthly Listeners: 5, Where People Listen: Heteren, Jessheim, Hamar, Durban, Cape Town