Story time: I've been creating sound/music roughly since I was 8. My buddy @reisendergram
who is a fucking prodigy himself gave me an old copy of Sonic foundry acid 2.0 on a summer day and showed me the basics. He gave me one rule "don't use loops." I never have, TO THIS DAY! lmaooo. I made some really bad stuff all the way up until I was in like 8th grade. Then I got serious and started really making music. I never told my brothers what I was doing and I was serious until I was in senior year of high school. I was afraid they'd make fun of me or not take it seriously, but both of my brothers and all my friends have been extremely supportive. I can't thank any of you enough for that ever. But thank you with everything I am. It's been a long ass road but I'm finally making the moves I wanted to in high school. I'm talking with a lot of young people just starting out and it's awesome to be able to encourage them. Soak in as much support as you can cause it carries you and stays with you. I remember this conversation with @punkrockteacher
like it was yesterday. I'll never forget it. I won't give up. I have a lot of dreams and I can accomplish all of them. Thank you to everyone checking out my latest album and giving me feedback. You brighten my days. Thank you a thousand times more.