I'm young and trying to come up, I've been writing since the 6th grade and freshman year of college I failed every class except for English which I got a B plus in. Basically writing is what I'm best at it's in my heart and in my soul.
I have written plenty of songs sadly have lost a lot of those for different reasons. As of now I have a small surplus of songs not recorded but just written down. I mostly write raps since it's what influences me the most. The main reason I want to be a ghostwriter or songwriter is because I can't really sing or rap so I need someone else to sing and/or rap the lyrics I wrote down. Like I said before I'm young at the time of writing this I'm 18. That could be seen as a red flag but the way I look at it is I'm young hungry and that's the most dangerous thing to compete against, a hungry kid looking for his spot in the world. I mean in all honesty I'm trying to fulfill a dream with writing it's my whole life the only thing that has stayed consistent throughout the years is my love for writing.
Contact me through the green button above and let's get to work.
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Interview with Stone Loitfellner
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: I'm a ghost writer or songwriter whichever you prefer to say. I don't write sheet music though I write lyrics for clients. I don't have the skill to sing or rap nor am I really about having the fame and center light, I don't need that. So I just like to write songs, I have some stockpiled and always will because I write daily if not a full song a day at least snippets of ideas and lines. However if a client wants a new song with a certain style and rhythm or perspective I'll write new lyrics inspired by what the client requested.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: I mean almost everyone inspires me because we all start from somewhere. Personally though some of my favorite artists are Eminem, Kanye, Lil Wayne, Tupac, B.o.b, Kid Cudi, Rick Ross, Action Bronson, but the list goes on and on even to Rock like Aerosmith, Led Zeppelin, and Pink Floyd.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: I used to write in notebooks but lost pages and my hand writing isn't the best. I then started typing it into notes on my phone but would lose songs and at one point lost everything I ever wrote, that one hurt. Eventually I started typing on Google docs and that's what I've been doing since, I can have multiple people work on it so if the artist wants to tweak or add something they can.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: I bring me all to a song. I don't half ass my writing I can't do that. I don't use slang as nor talk about the streets and drugs because that's not my personal story. However if I'm writing for someone and they want it based on their life I will step into their shoes the best I can and write from their perspective.
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I originally went to school for a graphic design major. However college wasn't what I expected and I didn't have the best experience. Freshman year I failed all of my classes except English which I got a B plus in. I'm on probation at the time writing this and can get kicked out with any slip up, I'll most likely drop out to purse my dream of writing.
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: I find joy in writing songs I've been doing it for a long time and it's a place to put my emotions no matter what they are. They say if you love what you do you won't work a day in your life, the only thing I truly enjoy and have for the most of my life is writing.
Q: What are you working on at the moment?
A: I'm working on getting my foot in the door and catching a dream. I've been writing since the sixth grade and have songs just collecting dust. I have confidence in myself and I'm ready to get my chance and start writing for people. As well as people to take songs I already have finished and record them, publish them.