I began rapping and writing songs ten years ago at the age of 14 and decided to pursue music after I graduated high school at 17. Since starting my musical journey I have put out three projects as well as a number of singles helping me to acquire over a million plays across streaming platforms. I also went on a fan-funded independent tour in 2018.
As an artist myself I take my passion for music extremely serious and strive to give anyone I work with 100% so we may make the best track possible. I write quality songs inspired by love, life and visual imagery (movies, pictures, cartoons, etc.) to both relate to, as well as, captivate the audience as the sounds and lyrics mesh together to create an entire world for the listener. I specialize in making and writing R&B/Soul and Hip Hop songs typically but, due to my love for great music, am able to venture into other genres such as Pop if requested. I maintain an open line of communication when working with a client and provide clear-cut demo tracks within the agreed upon time (7 day turnaround at most unless client specifies it is needed sooner). All demo tracks/feature references are sent with my own minor mix on them, stems for the tracks are sent after the second half of the payment is received. I just got into writing for artists other than myself a year ago and I am looking to add to my writing portfolio and make some timeless music for the world!!
Please view my general rates and terms before reaching out.
- Crediting is discussed once we're in contact
- I do NOT do free samples
- I offer up to 3 free revisions
- Re-sing already written Demo - $150
- Songwriting & Demo - $250
- Songwriting & Feature - $300
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Interview with TWO32
Q: Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?
A: My last project I released in 2019 called "Back Home" makes the most proud. At that time I was dealing with a lot of hardship in life and instead of turning to bad habits I turned to music and poured everything into that project to help heal myself. It was the first time I ever recorded myself and is the reason why I still record myself to this day and have even started recording others.
Q: What are you working on at the moment?
A: I am currently finishing up a joint album with my producer of 7 years, DMC Tha Lync. The album is called "Eclectic Love" and is set to release soon.
Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?
A: I promise quality tracks, clear communication and professionalism.
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: The creative aspect of it has always been the best part to me. Being able to hear something in my head and bring it to life feels like the best blessing I could ask for.
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: I would like to work with SiR because I love his voice as well as the team he's backed by (TDE) and have been a fan of them for years. I also believe that working with him will help me to hear music differently and help me find newer approaches to creating R&B. The thought of what exactly we'd come together to make is exciting too because it's unpredictable, I wouldn't know what to expect it to sound like.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I typically work on R&B music and hip hop.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: My versatility, adaptability and ability to learn quickly.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: I bring a calm and refreshing feeling to songs, an undying passion and love for music that is evident when I sing or write. I also challenge myself to say things in ways they never were or are rarely said on tracks and through that provide an unusually mysterious yet sexy undertone to all things R&B.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: I typically sit with the production for about 30 minutes and I meditate as it repeats in the background until I am able to start visualizing things, it can be places, items, people or whatever as long as it's clear enough for my mind to begin forming a story. Once I've latched onto some type of idea I then find the key and bpm of the beat, I adjust my Pro Tools session accordingly and record a few freestyle takes to come up with a melody. After I have a melody I like I sit with that melody and put words to it, typically words that would align with the story I began forming earlier in the process and then I'd record it all. From there, all that's left to do is add harmonies and background vocals or whatever extra spice the song needs (if it needs any) to make it complete.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: It's a black room with foam sound paneling about the size of an office or typical small studio space in New York. I run Pro Tools 12 from a Mac Mini that is connected to a large tv monitor sitting on a desk. Plugged into that is the Apollo Twin interface I use to run sound. On both sides of the table are Yamaha speakers as well as a sub underneath the desk. I record on an AKG P120 microphone and use closed back Senheisser headphones for playback while recording. There are LED lights in the ceiling and outlining the desk for the ambiance.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: I'm inspired by greats such as Michael Jackson and Sade, R&B staples from the 90's such as Joe, Ginuwine and 112. Early and more current 2000's R&B artists like Sean Paul, Justin Timberlake, T-Pain, Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, PARTYNEXTDOOR, 6LACK, The Weeknd, Kehlani, Kendrick Lamar and many more inspire me as well.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: I'm usually contacted for features (hooks, verses or background vocals) or to songwrite for other singers.