I begin my music journey in middle school band, started out playing the snare drum. One day while eating breakfast, my big bro was beating on the table with his hands, from that day I was inspired by music. My brother was really heavy in the streets and music comes with the city life, especially hip hop and rap. I was always in between primary Michael Jackson and Jay-Z, though I listened to other artist like DMX, PAC etc... One day about the age of 11 years old I pick up a keyboard without prior lessons and just started playing Michael Jackson smooth criminal, later I had a spiritual encounter with the angle of music and every since, I just stuck to music, from making beats, rapping and playing in marching bands.
Music is my piece of mind, my mental safe haven!
My Music dream would be to travel the world performing my music!
I have no desire to change the world, change begins with me and I aspire to just do my best and may someone be inspired by my life and music!
Smooth Criminal by Michael Jackson.
Michale Jackson for pop, Jay-z for Rap, Lincoln park for rock!
Music has a spirit of its own that connects to those whom it chooses, I want to connect with others, people and their journey inspire my music!.
" No matter what in life, there are no lost only lessons, everything in life is a lesson, learn the lessons, pass on what you learn - TyeWil "
Free and like the greatest servant ever.
Social media has so much peer pressure on musicians career today because people want to be entertained more than they care about the person, I'd say care about the artist more, make them feel like its okay to be normal.
Drooble Makes Music Social Media A Better Place.
I cannot say I necessary get frustrated by anything, although I do feel people don't appreciate the work & dedication that goes into music.
I support people locally out of love, I'll feature their music on social media and even offer studio time, insight whatever I'm capable of, I do for those around me, just outta love!
Just make sure the words and music are clear and decent quality in the 21st century there's no excuse for bad sound quality as the finished product.
Artillery Da God, Chef Token, Caleb Ortiz, Soft White Records, Special K, CCE Movement, Cj Bracey