So here's little introduction of my music and me:
making music since a couple of years I have my roots in reggae music. Basically, I listened to no one else but only Bob Marley & The Wailers for almost two years with the age of 15 before I wondered who else is making music on this planet. So I learned to love hip-hop and found out that nothing makes me feel as comfortable as jazz rap and conscious hip-hop by e.g. A Tribe Called Quest or De La Soul. In my bedroom I started to create my first hip-hop beats, actually the same style that today is well-known as Lofi hip-hop or Chillhop, with the difference that back then nobody was interested in listening to instrumental beats for studying or drinking coffee.
Years went by without releasing anything. Somehow I thought I should keep it for myself as long as I still feel like crafting my skills and getting better everyday. Probably in 2016 or 2017 I heard that these jazz rap instrumentals I used to love became pretty popular as Lofi hip-hop on Spotify and Youtube. That was the point when I felt like now is the time to release it what I do everyday.
Still today I love to mix classic hip-hop beats with different elements of dub, reggae and jazz, always trying to create something that haven't been created yet. And still today it feels like a blessing that people like what I'm doing. Thank you for reading this and especially, thank you for listening. Stay tuned - there is a lot more to come.
A Tribe Called Quest, J Dilla, Bob Marley & the Wailers, Loyle Carner, Tom Misch