Conscious is inspired by the deep-rooted sounds of what he refers to as “the soul of the American music experience“; Jazz, blues and rock find their way into the contemporary theme of hip-hop and rap in a most-refreshing and melodic way. Besides being a singer/songwriter I also produce music and play guitar.
Hello all! In my personal music endeavors I prefer experiencing and creating across the spectrum, not just a single genre. I love music too much to work on one style! I have an open-minded approach, and once inspired the creativity seems endless. Lyrics come easy to me; interpreting stories and writing about specific topics and issues is certainly within a specialty of mine. My input may include the add-on of synths, a catchy and original guitar rift or perhaps some guitar chords. I will do all I can to bring you a professional product and to help you make a track that will meet and exceed your standards. I am also an actor. My last two projects were leading roles in two Disney+ series scheduled to air in the coming months where my song "Clover" will be featured on one of these shows.
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3 ReviewsEndorse Conscious
Amazing vocals, great charisma. This guy is a talent. He gave me exactly what I was looking for and more. Do yourself a favor and get this man on your track you will not regret it!
This guy is a king. He was able to take my vision and elevate it to heights I didn't even think my song could reach. Conscious is a great artist and it was a blast getting to work with such a real industry pro!
One of the easiest and most entertaining artists I have ever had the pleasure of working with. This guy shits ideas. For anyone looking for a well rounded singer/songwriter/rapper to bounce song ideas around from scratch, headlining your next project, to even having as a feature on your song; this is your stop.
Interview with Conscious
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: My work process starts by diving into either the Idea or the already produced song and feeling out the energy the song gives out. I start freestyling gibberish to help me find melodies I can use. Once melodies are found I start freestyling using words this time until I create a good outline to help me finish writing the lyrics. Most of the time the beat and the freestyles help me come up with the plot of the song I am working on.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: My studio set up consists of a sound treated room for recording acoustics and vocals. A small midi as well as a big midi piano. 2 electric guitars, an acoustic one and a bass. Apollo Twin as my Interface, Logic Pro in a brand new MacBook Pro. Two presonus E3. monitors. A viola and a saxophone and a lot of plug ins.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: I'm inspired by Jon Bellion's innovations in the studio. Ex. (When he passes his vocals through guitar amps to alter the sound of his vocals). Anderson Paak.'s incredible talent in creating a great blend between contemporary and R&B music. J Cole's amazing talent in writing lyrics that tell stories or get a point across in a melodically and catchy way.
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: Anderson Paak. because I enjoy his style, lyrics and talent. Knowing the person I am in a studio and seeing how Anderson Paak structures his studio sessions makes me feel like we would be able to connect and make good music easily.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Always have something to record ideas near you. If you're like me and can't play every instrument but still have ideas you would like to add to your production then definitely record the voicing of the idea in order to be able to show it to someone who could do it.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I don't have a usual genre of music I work in. I've been working on a lot of hip hop and Spanish music within the last week.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: My strongest skills would be finding the melodies in the song and writing the lyrics.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: I can bring everything to a song if needed! I am confident that I can help anyone complete their song and make them happy with the finished product.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: The most common type of work I do is come up with the lead melodies of the track. I tend to be the writer and the music orchestrator as well.