I remember going to Trinidad along with five musicians to record this song, for an album I was working on. The vibe in the studio was good. I felt like we had a special track on our hands. My artistic work is very autobiographic and inspired by my daily life. “When Things Go Wrong” describes a specific issue I was having in a relationship at the time. While recording I went down memory lane and relived the experience…
Working with exceptional musicians that have years of experience in their craft brought out the best in me! It's a very inspiring environment to be in, and we blended together perfectly.
“Minerva” is the cultivation of an intense love story. The year it was released, the song was a #1 hit and I received a gold record. That happened unexpectedly and said a lot about the
story I envisioned.
I have a very versatile style. At the time of recording my album Sweet Sugar Candy, I was in the Caribbean and found myself inspired by the local music scene. I feel traveling as an artist is an experience that shifts your creative way of thinking. Especially when the environment hits close to home.
My roots have always been within gospel and soul music, so that will always be a reoccurring theme within my music. I experiment with different sounds and move along as time progresses, but the essence of my sound has stayed the same throughout the years.
Sampling has become an important part of the music we love. We all get inspired by others, and sampling is an extension of this. To incorporate something that's been an inspiration within a creation of your own is also a token of respect.
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