Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber full name is Justin Drew Bieber. He was born on 1st of March in 1994 in London, Ontario. He was raised in Stratford, Ontario. Bieber is a famous canadian singer and songwriter. He was famous from his best ever song "Baby"

Carly Rae Jepsen

Carly Rae Jepsen has been an established artist in Canada for several years — with a third-place finish on Canadian Idol, two gold singles, two albums, and two Juno Award nominations to her name — Jepsen was a virtual unknown in the U.S. when “Call Me Maybe” hit it big.

The Weeknd

Abel Tesfaye is a Toronto-based singer famous by named " The Weeknd " . He recorded his all songs under " The Weeknd " name , his first song leaked in late 2010, though the identity of the individual behind the project was initially unknown. " The Weeknd " released a nine-song mixtape, House of Balloons, on 21 March 2011

Addy C

Adelynn Cuevas, or Addy C as she is known, is an 8 year old Latina from metro Atlanta, Ga. Addy loves to sing, dance , and play piano...

Céline Schmink

Celine Schmink is a french singer and also writer, journalist and Associate songwriter of SACEM. She writes in french and english in a pop folk style. Her musical work is regularly praised by the regional and national press and broadcast in France, Greece, Australia and the USA, where she leads a bilingual performing career.

Monday, 16 July 2018

Dying Van Gogh Records artist, Ed Hale talks about his latest single “The Prince of New York” in candid interview

Love Music : Let’s talk a bit about your music and what is the secret behind your success ?

Haha! I think the term success might be viewed as pretty subjective by most artists, depending on where they’re at in their career, or even which genre they’re in. So I’m not sure if I’m a good candidate to share any secrets. But I can tell you what it’s been like for us. With Ed Hale and the Transcendence we did really well on Alt Rock radio and especially on College Radio. After a certain amount of time we transitioned into the Adult Contemporary radio format, because that was the direction our label was recommending. And that ended up being a HUGE move for us. Out of the blue kind of success on the Billboard charts in a brand new genre. Not sure if I can say for sure that would have happened had we stayed in the Alt Rock world… But regardless, the key to all of it in my opinion is that we just keep doing what we FEEL... we do what we want to… But at the same time, to be really honest, we also listen to our fans. Because it’s not just a selfish thing anymore. It’s ART. For sure. So you have to follow your muse and be true to yourself. But at the same time you also can gain a lot of insight from just hearing what other people are telling you. Because you can get so caught up in your thing that you just can’t hear it. You WILL hear it, eventually. But it’ll be too late. So it’s good to do have a few people that you can count on and trust to tell you like it is and be real with you about what you’re doing. 

Love Music : Can you please tell our readers more about your forthcoming album So For Real?

Well…. We went into the studio to record a quick follow up to Ballad On Third Avenue, because that album started doing well. And of course from there it all went downhill. LOL! We ended up spending a few YEARS in the studio and recording way too many songs for one album. But I take responsibility for all of it. I know I got really sidetracked in terms of wanting to cover too many bases… maybe afraid to commit to any one “new album”… Stylistically we were all over the place. So we ended up focusing on a few different albums all at the same time. But after a while we started recognizing that we really were recording 2 to 3 new albums and we became okay with it. Luckily the guys in the band were willing to go along with it and we were able to finish them all. SO FOR REAL is the first album that the label decided to release because it’s the collection of songs that sounds the most accessible. It’s more electric than Ballad On Third, but it’s still kind of acoustic… It’s more pop. More polished. Every song is just really good on that album. It’s the first time we’ve ever recorded an album where we feel like we have 4 or 5 or 6 really good candidates for singles. Like that. There’s no fat on it. Just really cool tracks one after the other. Haha. Maybe I’m biased about this album. But man we worked so hard on this one… And so far the reception has been really positive. It’s solid. 

Love Music : Any new project do you have coming up?

Haha! Right now we’re going to put the idea for “new projects” on hold for a while and just focus on releasing and marketing these three new albums. I think if we went back into the studio to work on any new projects, people would think we were crazy!  

Love Music : Please tell us more about your latest single "The Prince of New York". 

With that song there’s not a lot I can say about the process of it… because it was one of those songs that just wrote themselves. I strummed a chord, opened my mouth to sing and the whole damn song just came out. All I did was scribble the lyrics down as fast as I could write. I mean that song CAME from somewhere else… All I did was bring it in to this world. And recording it went the same way. I played it for the guys and they dug it and we practiced it once or twice and they recorded it. Bam! That was it. Like magic. It was always one of the tracks that we just knew was special from the start. Loved working on it. Can’t believe how easy it was to bring it to life. 
But I think it’s important to say this about “Prince of New York”… That track is what it is because of the contributions of all the different people who worked on it. And for that I feel really really grateful. Roger Houdaille produced it and played bass. Fernando [Perdomo] does an incredible job on the lead guitar parts. Bill Sommer captured the rhythm track just right. It just pulses the whole time and that’s all Bill and Roger. And then we also had several musicians who aren’t in “the band” but they play regularly with us…. Matthew Sabatella added a bunch of harmony vocals and that made a huge difference on that track, like he made it sound incredible! Same with Greg Byers, the cellist. He’s a monster. His string arrangements on the song add this whole other magical element to it. Same with Paul Messina. He came in and added sax and other horns to it, and again that also amped the track up to a whole new level for us.  

Love Music : Who are your musical inspirations?

At this point I pretty much listen to everything. There’re no styles that I won’t entertain… Obviously the foundation of our music is rooted in a lot of classic 60s and 70s music, when experimentation and freedom were a lot more popular. Everything from the Beatles and Stones to Zeppelin and Bowie, Lou Reed, T. Rex, Iggy Pop, Joni Mitchell…. There was this moment in the 70s when artists were really encouraged to do their thing… Whatever that was… and they were rewarded for it. Then we lost that for a while in the 80s and 90s…. 
There’s a lot of pop right now that’s dominating the Top 40 that I personally think is starting to sound really stale. And that’s not good for the industry. People are starting to complain about “the radio” the way they did back in the early 90s until Grunge came out. After that, music just EXPLODED into all these different kinds of new genres that all became popular and for the next ten to fifteen years music was awesome. We had another British invasion with the whole Manchester scene and Brit pop, bands like Coldplay and Radiohead and Muse. Phoenix and Air from France of course were incredible. Jeff Buckley… The dream brother. He left us way too soon. Rufus Wainwright I absolutely adore. The Strokes are still one of the best. Tame Impala too. The Killers still surprise. We need that now. A new explosion of new bands and artists to rip things open and get a new party started in music. It’s all starting to sound the same again. But I have a feeling it’s not going to last long. I think this new trend of indie artists is going to blow things up again. It’s just a matter of time.  

Love Music : Do you have any advice for anyone wanting to be a professional musician ?

Haha! I’m not sure I’m someone who should be giving anyone advice. My career has been an insane rollercoaster, almost a textbook lesson in what NOT to do LOL! Mainly because I’ve been so selfish as an artist, always wanting to do what I wanted to, regardless of what was popular at the time. Sometimes that’s worked out for me. And sometimes it’s really backfired. So maybe it all depends on what each artist is going for. I’ve always turned my back on what’s happening in the mainstream and tried to stay away from it. Because I don’t like jumping on bandwagons just to make a buck. I have always liked artists who carve out their own niche doing their own thing. And that’s still possible. Maybe now more than ever before. It’s that fresh voice we’re all looking for. That fresh sound. Something new and cool and exciting. And the genre or style doesn’t even matter. You just gotta keep working on YOUR thing until you really feel like you have something new and fresh.

Love Music : Have you set some goals to achieve? 

Yeah…. Of course…. Over the years those goals change as you start achieving them… Hearing yourself on the radio is a trip. Everyone should have a chance to experience that if they work hard at their thing. Playing giant shows to a ton of screaming fans is another one that you can never describe with words… that feeling when you’re up there… Like you can do no wrong… When you become one with the audience. Of course, there are a lot of others we still haven’t achieved… And that’s probably a good thing. It keeps us working hard at the game. Keeps you fighting and creating. I still feel like our best albums are to come. And I’m not sure I’d feel that now if we had achieved all of our goals. So I see it as a positive.

Love Music : If you could perform anywhere, in the world, where would it have to be?

Madison Square Garden would be nice! That giant stadium in Rome would be another. Where you can hear the band all over the city even if you aren’t at the show… I love it there. I’d also like to see us play a series of big festivals again. We haven’t done that in a while. Things have changed a lot since then. It’s been long enough for us since we’ve toured that I think all of us would be happy to just get back out there and play for people again. 

Love Music : Please share with us your proudest moments ?

I wouldn’t even know where to begin. Honestly. I look back and there are so many. We’ve had the chance to meet a lot of incredible artists that we’ve admired since we were kids…. We’ve done so much together that wouldn’t even seem like a big deal to people outside of the band… things that might seem like no big deal… I know what you’re asking…. A shout out of all our “formal acheivements” like awards or hit songs… And yeah all those things are awesome… But I notice that my mind starts thinking about different things… like when we finished the All Your Heroes Become Villains album. That was HUGE. When we finally finished it and got the first CDs in our hands and popped it in… It was just a BIG project… Took forever… The band even broke up for a few months during the process. It was such a contentious album for us. We argued amongst ourselves for months. But in the end it came out so good. Things like that. Same thing with all the albums really… Each one is an adventure, and if you all survive it and it ends up sounding good, like you wanted to, that’s an incredible feeling. Of course yeah I could say that when all those songs started climbing up the Billboard charts and suddenly everyone starts calling you… I mean, that’s something too. I’m not going to downplay it. It feels AMAZING. You work hard. You do your thing and sometimes it hits big. That feels really good. Can’t deny that. 

Love Music : Are you active on social media?

Yeah. I try to be. It’s hard to keep up obviously. But I try. Most of the time I find that staying connected with people on social media is a better way to stay in touch with what’s going on than mainstream media these days. People are on top of things now. So social media is a good way of staying informed and tuned in. And we’re good about staying connected with our fans. We appreciate each and every one of them. Sincerely. Now more than ever due to how crazy it’s become in the music business… it’s the fans that keep you going. We use both FB and Twitter to keep people informed of what’s going on. Facebook.com/edhalemusic and @ed_hale

Friday, 8 June 2018

Interview with Olliray

Olliray is a singer songwriter from London England. He plays the piano and guitar and works with synthesisers and drum machines. He has been composing for many years ranging from classical piano to electronic and a few in between. He has just started to release music in 2017 with BoxRox as his first single. Soon to complete the final music on his latest album and release.
Born in the South of England he moved to London in his early 20s and currently still lives there.

Love Music : Which famous bands/musicians do you like?

I love Radiohead and The Cure and Bjork, Elbow, Mumford and Sons, and the National and always listening to new music that’s just out.

Love Music : What new bands/musicians are you listening to right now?

I’m loving Davide Squillace’s new album Once upon a time in Napoli great name and some of the beats are just amazing. Nick Mulvey too I’ve just gotten into – suddenly realized that about 4 of his tunes I’d added to my playlist (olliray on itunes) without even knowing it was the same person. Tom Rosenthal to is great. Lots more on my playlist – have a listen if you like.

Love Music : Describe your first instrument. Other instruments:

I used to play the violin which was my first instrument I picked up, ooh actually the recorder first but then everyone had to play that right? I played the violin for about 8 months and then gave up as the teacher used to shout at me and on top of that all my friends were doing gymnastics through the glass in the PE hall. I still can’t do a handstand but I can work out what note I want to play on the piano which is almost as good.

Love Music : Describe your family member's musical interests and abilities?

I’ve got three brothers and they can all play an instrument. Two even write music too and I hope they release it soon as I think its really good. The strange thing is our parents don’t play anything.

Love Music : Have you ever thought about joining forces with one of your brothers or anyone else?

Yes a few years back my brother Dave and I started to put together some music and it was sounding great. I’m not sure what happened to that, perhaps we should pick it up again. Currently I’m working with a female singer and also a sitar and viola player and so hope to have some interesting new music out soon.

Love Music : Please tell us more about your first single ?

BoxRox – this is really the first tune I managed to get into a finished enough state to release. I could work forever on each tune trying to get it more perfect but I thought this is ready enough and managed to release it through Ditto Music which then opened up a world of possibilities for me in creating and releasing. The track itself is a blade runner style fantasy type tune which just came to me one day magically, probably after I had watched too many Scifi Movies.

Love Music : What motivates you to do your best work as a singer songwriter ?

I usually get inspired by real life events and I’ve had a lot of crazy things happen in the last 2 years with my “day job” and so I’ve been writing about that a lot and events happening around it. In a roundabout way its pushed me to put more time into my music and actually release some tunes and so its not all bad.

Love Music : Do you have any advice for anyone wanting to be a professional musician ?

Usually the inspiration I have is in the first 30 minutes of making a track and then the rest is down to hard work and being organized and focused. I edit and produce the music myself and I spend most of the time doing that.

Love Music : What are your future plans ? Your vision for the coming years.

I’ve just started DJing and really enjoying it and bringing in to ideas I have built on other people’s ideas or tangents to it into my music I create. I am hoping to play out globally mixing in what I have created and some other people’s great tunes. I am working on about 5 new original tracks right now I hope to release in the near future.

Love Music : If you could perform anywhere, in the world, where would it have to be?

Ah I’d probably be up for a performance on Mars if Elon will fly me out one day.

Love Music : Are you active on social media? what’s the best way to follow you ?

I’m active on Instagram as ollirayofficial also soundcloud too as olliray

Wednesday, 30 May 2018

Interview with Chunjay, frontman of conscious, American hip-hop group, Royal Ruckus

See our previous interview with Chunjay here:
Interview with Chunjay of Royal Ruckus

Love Music : We been hearing a lot about you, so we notice you're starting to gain a lot of attention how does it feel?

Thanks so much for the feature. The thing that I always find amazing is the connection between a musician and the listener. When I pour my heart, soul, and creativity into a song or bigger project, and someone takes the time to reach out and say, "You know, I really love that one song, and it reminds me of something I went through," or even just a, "Hey, that one song is really funny, I shared it with all my friends," it's just incredible. I do this music thing a little bit for me, and a little bit for the listener, and it makes it all worth it when others notice and enjoy it.

Love Music : Can you please tell us about your new EP?

Sure, it's called World's Okayest Rapper, and is a 7-song collaboration with my long-time friend CookBook of LA Symphony. He produced the music and vocals, and all around just made everything that much more amazing. It's really fun for me to work with him, because when we were getting started, we really looked up to LA Symphony, and Pigeon John, another member of their crew, was very helpful to us back then, even producing a demo for us back in the day. So to work with another member of LAS, and one that I've done several songs with before, is just fun and a great way to continue on this Ruckus journey.

The record is a little bit of humor, a little bit of heartbreak, a little bit of love for my parents, siblings, and nieces, and all love for the world and everyone in it.

Love Music : What has been one of the most exciting achievements of your career so far? 

Oh gosh, there have been so many amazing highlights. Festivals, Nashville music business stuff, collaborations with amazing arts, the list goes on. But really, there is nothing better than what I said a minute ago: connecting with a listener. Last year, I played a show near Chattanooga, TN, and this fella came out for his 30th birthday, and had been listening to us since he was in high school. We had a chance to visit, and that sort of thing really encourages me.

Love Music : How do you achieve your goals? 

I'm actually chasing a number of goals. I have a weekly phone call with a group of guys, called Goal 100. It's a goal setting accountability group, and we check in with each other in the various areas we are trying to challenge ourselves. I have goals related to my job, my music, and my personal life, which includes physical and spiritual dimensions.

Love Music : When you're writing a song, how do you know it's your best work?

That's tricky, because it's hard for me to be objective about my songwriting. Usually when I write a song, I mull it over for months and months, and gradually refine the lyrics in multiple sessions. Sometimes in the process, I decide to throw away a whole song or verse, and start from scratch. A lot of times the future writing sessions blow the older sessions out of the water. Finally, with this record, World's Okayest Rapper, and the previous one, The Summer of the Cicadas, I worked with in-studio producers to refine my lyrics and delivery, and that's how it gets to be the best it can be!

Love Music : Did you choose this industry as a career or as a hobby?

I suppose it's a little bit of both. It's been a career and a hobby, depending on the time, and the line between those two isn't always clear, as most independent musicians can attest. The main self-criticism I have on this, however, is that I didn't have a clear vision of what I wanted early on, and was willing to settle for either. Never settle. Choose. And then go get it.

Love Music : What kind of training have you had?

I grew up taking drum lessons, and even played in the orchestra at my high school. I also took piano lessons for a few years. I can't stress enough how important playing an instrument can be for a young cat coming up, if it all that is available. It's great for enjoying music, helps with math, and just helps to make a more well-rounded person. I highly recommend it.

Love Music : Do you have any advice for anyone wanting to be a professional musician?

First of all, nobody will take you seriously if you don't. You can overdo it, but believe in what you're doing. Second, live and breathe the music. Finally, surround yourself with people who are on the same path as you or who have achieved the results you want. Convince them to mentor you, and follow their advice.

Love Music : Everybody needs time away. Where do you like to travel?

Well, I love traveling to play shows. Touring has shown me parts of this world I would never have seen otherwise. So that's a huge deal to me, and something I endeavor to keep doing in the future. I also have friends or family all over the US, so I usually try to go at least once a year to California, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, and Louisiana, and the last few years I've also had time for Texas and a few other places. I'd really like to go back to Hawaii soon, but with the volcanic eruptions lately, I'm not sure how soon I'll get back to the Big Island.

Love Music : Are you active on social media? 

Yeah, very much so. Here's a list of relevant sites and such:

Facebook: http://facebook.com/royalruckusofficial
Music videos: http://summerofthecicadas.com/videos
Website: http://royalruckus.com

I really appreciate you featuring me again! You're the best!

Ricardo Reyes from Guatemala has signed with Hollywood label

Now the Guatemalan Artist Ricardo Reyes set his goal towards an International Career and a place on the Hollywood Music-Scene. Ricardo Reyes has signed an Exclusive Deal with XCX Artists and together with the well renowned Hollywood Music Producer Geo Slam. The recording of new music with an International Sound is in progress.

Geo Slam is a Swedish Record Producer/Songwriter based in Los Angeles. He has worked with many of the world’s best-selling recording artists (including One Direction, Jason Derulo and the BackStreet Boys etc) and has contributed to an array of popular albums that have earned gold, platinum and even multi-platinum certification internationally.

“Never in the history an Guatemalan Artist has made it to Hollywood so a collaboration like this is quite unique,” says Ricardo Reyes Management-Team. “We are sure it will send an inspirational message to the youth of Guatemala that Everything and Anything is possible if you just follow your dreams and work hard.”

This collaboration will also potentially open doors and build bridges between Hollywood and Guatemala, and put Guatemala on the map for the US Music Industry and the rest of the world.

Monday, 28 May 2018

Interview with Revilution - A stylistically unique Rock & Roll Band

Love Music : How and When did Revilution begin?

REVILUTION officially started in October of 2011. The concept and name of the band had actually come to me a few months prior out of frustration at my inability to get accepted into bands I had been auditioning for. I had also begun working on new songs, and needed a way to record them. Upon hearing of this,Marie bought a 16-track digital recorder, and REVILUTION was born.

Love Music : Have you worked with someone inspirational in your music career? and who do you get the most inspiration from?

Thanks to Rock And Roll Fantasy Camp, I've had the fortune to meet and work with quite a few artists that inspired me, including Gene Simmons, Sebastian Bach, Kane Roberts, and Kip Winger. There are also a few local musicians that I'm good friends with, such as Matthew Montoya (Radium), and watching them stick with it and continue moving ahead despite the brutality of this industry continues to give me hope for my future in it. But I probably get the most inspiration from Phil Soussan, formerly of Ozzy Osbourne and Vince Neil's solo band, and current bassist for Last In Line. He's ridden the highs and lows of the industry, performing and recording with one of the biggest acts in the world during the metal heyday of the '80s (and being self-confident enough to leave it before he could get hosed by the management of the same act). I've seen him perform in small restaurants in Sherman Oaks as well as the Whisky A Go Go, and he's currently on a European tour with Last In Line. He's stuck to his guns, gotten in where he fit in, and never, ever, given up.

Love Music : You are working on a new EP, Tell us about the process?

Honestly, this is a new thing for me, working with an outside producer. Up to this point I've done everything myself; performing all the instruments (except on "GirlStuff," "Mother Freedom," and "Walking Dead"), recording, mixing, and mastering. Two of the three songs we're recording are already in our set list, so the whole band is familiar with them.

Love Music : Tell us about the crowd response to your music when playing live?

We've always gotten great response and feedback from our live shows. It's great when I can look out onto the floor and see members of other bands getting into our stuff, bobbing their heads, tapping the tables with their hands, that kind of thing. It's even better when they come up afterward and tell us how much they enjoyed our stuff! 

Love Music : How often and for how long do you practice?

As a band, we practice once a week for about two hours, going through the entire set list and working out problem areas in songs when they crop up. Everyone also puts in time working stuff out at home, so every practice we sound like we've been practicing together several times a week. I'm fortunate to be surrounded by musicians who are so dedicated, and better than me, to boot!

Love Music : What do you all do in your spare time when not working on your music career?

I like to work on vintage cars and stereo equipment (I'm listening to a reel-to-reel tape deck I restored myself as I write this). Scott is pretty much all music, all the time, composing songs for other bands and background music for radio stations. Mikey likes to ride his bicycle out in the open air. Joe likes to race cars and be outdoors, and he enjoys exploring the places around LA for food and unique things to do.

Love Music : You have recently signed on with BSquaredMGMT. What are your plans for the future?

We plan to be putty in Birdee Bow's hands haha! Seriously, we'd love to do all the things our heroes do; record, tour, do interviews, with the added benefit of making a living off our music, which is seemingly rare these days. Myself, I plan to change the face of the industry, showing the world that there is still great music being made by good musicians, people that can actually play and sing and write great, hooky songs with memorable riffs and awesome energy! 

Love Music : Any expected release date of your new music?

I don't have an expected release date yet, but I'm pretty sure we'll have music ready very quickly once we can get in the studio. We all know our stuff very well, so the process should be pretty smooth.

Wednesday, 16 May 2018

Interview with Tim Spriggs

Love Music : Tell us a little bit about yourself. Your background, education etc. ??

I grew up in a small town, Halls Gap has a population of around 600 people. I think being creative was kind of what I did to keep myself entertained. I grew up around a lot of music and saw quite a lot of bands and artists growing up, I don't think there was any particular moment that made me decide to create music of my own. Just a collection of experiences and things that all fell into place. I've created and produced music as a hobby, on and off for around 20 years now, but I've only just decided to pursue it properly.

Love Music : We've been hearing a lot about you, so we notice you're starting to gain a lot of attention how does it feel?

To be honest I probably enjoy the creative side of music the most, theres much quicker and better ways to get attention than creating the type of music I do, in the way that I do it. I'm not a big fan of personal attention, I'd prefer if the songs themselves are what grabs peoples attention.

Love Music : Please tell us more about your EP " Something Else "? 

The EP is a collection of songs that I've mostly written over the past year, I had initially already written an EP, but decided those songs were better suited for an album. While I was in the middle of recording I was also going through and cleaning up a bunch of old songs I had, and made the last minute decision to add the last song which was written at least 4 years ago. The songs are about different things, I'll let the listener interpret it for themselves.

Love Music : Who are your musical inspirations?

I grew up listening to a lot of heavier music, only in the last 5 or so years I've gained an interest and appreciation of melody. It's amazing what you can do with the right chords and a great melody. As far as inspirations I'm inspired by whatever I hear and like, it doesn't matter who wrote it.

Love Music : Do you have any advice for anyone wanting to be a professional musician ?

I'm not sure I'm the best person to ask that question, like with anything I think the answer is to just keep learning and applying what you learn, don't give up.

Love Music : What motivates you to do your best work as producer & actor?

Why not aim big, everything you do kind of defines you. You can aim small and still fail, theres no harm in trying.

Love Music : If you could perform anywhere, in the world, where would it have to be?

I wanted to perform on the late show with David Letterman, I loved that show ever since I was a kid and used to find ways to convince my dad to let me stay up and watch it. That's no longer a possibility, but I suppose wherever my music takes me.

Love Music : Everybody needs time out. What do you do in your free time?

I don't have a lot of hobbies outside of music, I enjoy going to the movies where you can sit down and watch without distractions, I'm also a fan of MMA. Despite the boneheaded nature of it, it's quite analytical when you get into it. I love to travel and see new places.

Love Music : What are your future plans ? Your vision for the coming years.

Theres a lot I want to do and I'd do it all if I had the time. I hope to put out a few albums, maybe write a book at some point. I think the best we can do is to just move forward.

Love Music : Are you active on social media? 

Yes you can find links to all that at www.timspriggs.com

Wednesday, 9 May 2018

Interview with Illuminati Beatz

Love Music : We been hearing a lot about Illuminati Beatz, so we notice your starting to gain a lot of attention how does it feel?

It feels great, but we still have a lot of work to do.

Love Music : What are your goals as " Illuminati Beatz "?

We just want to do our part and provide quality music for the fans.

Love Music : How would you describe your musical style? 


Love Music : What are you working on now ?

Various projects

Love Music : What motivated yall to build " Illuminati Beatz "?

The moment we started taking music seriously as a business, Illuminati Beatz was born.

Love Music : Do you have any advice for anyone wanting to be a professional songwriter ?

Hard work pays off.

Love Music : Everybody needs time out. What do you do in your free time?

Free time? We're always working.

Love Music : Where do you see Illuminati Beatz in five to 10 years  time ?


Love Music : Are you active on social media? 

Follow us on twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @illuminatibeatz