John Skeete Music

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Music has always been a means of coping and processing my feelings. It has honestly helped me to truly realize the impact music can have upon not only my life but the life of others. I am offering my services to those who want to create quality music that will impact not only themselves but others as well.

Bio:

John Skeete is a Boston based artist best known for his emotional content and delivery. At an early age John was exposed to the world of music, where he learned basic piano, played clarinet and tenor saxophone in his high-school band. John knew that music was going to play an instrumental role in his life. In 2015 he began to further explore his musical abilities with the help of his friends Donte and Gregory Weekes (better known as DWeekes and GWeekes). They collaborated on a song that John was able to perform at Boston Latin Academy’s Annual Spirit Day. After receiving positive feedback John continued to hone in on his craft.
In 2016 John began to take performing seriously, always listening and implementing constructive critiques and observances. In 2017 alone John participated in over 20 events including open mics and showcases. John was afforded the opportunity to participate in the Coast2Coast Live Competition and became a featured performer in the first East Coast Music Conference in Virginia. John has been gleaning the most out of his opportunities and building his network. John has recently released his debut EP titled Elements, which has already been featured on the “RachtheGreat Show” on the Urban Heat radio based in Boston.

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Interview with John Skeete Music

  1. Q: Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?

  2. A: I recently released a mixtape with my friend and business partner. I featured as an artist on all the songs, and I recorded and vocal comped a large portion of the project.

  3. Q: What are you working on at the moment?

  4. A: I'm working on a few solo projects for myself and few collaboration projects with other artist.

  5. Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

  6. A: Just be honest, realistic and open to suggestions with what you want done. I usually am able to to what ever is needed for a song, and if I can't, I'm not afraid of doing some research and finding out a way to bring the vision to fruition.

  7. Q: What type of music do you usually work on?

  8. A: I usually work on HipHop, Rap, Rnb and Caribbean Music (Afrobeat, Dancehall, Soca etc.) but I posses the ability to work on any type of music if I'm being completely honest with you.

  9. Q: What do you bring to a song?

  10. A: I love this question. I bring whatever the song needs. Music is such fluid entity that I don't believe that you can just add one thing to every song. A rap song is going to need something different than a gospel choir song. So with that in my I always try to make sure that whatever I add to a song is right for the song.

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