One of my all time favorite places in NYC has to be this club in Midtown called Slate. It’s currently only open for private parties and dining because of Covid so I’m definitely feeling withdrawals but it's just one of the coolest clubs I’ve ever been to. They have a huge dance floor upstairs with go-go dancers and a WHOLE ASS SLIDE connecting to the bottom floor where there's another dance floor and a bunch of arcade games. You can catch me at their bowling alley or the giant Connect Four.
How would you describe your music?
Genre-wise I’d definitely classify my music as being R&B, but ultimately it's music for sad bitches turned bad bitches. I pull a lot of inspiration from 90s and Y2K RnB, like an Usher-meets-Destiny’s Child-meets-Erykah Badu type vibe, you know?
How does New York influence you and your art?
The energy and pace of New York has catalyzed so much of my growth and development as an artist. The city is so unapologetic in its nature, I found myself starting to discover my most truthful and authentic voice through all of its quirks and obstacles. Firescapes specifically are also one of my all time favorite writing spots, so I’ve spent a lot of time building out my music there.
If you absolutely had to live somewhere other than New York, where would it be?
I think it would have to be Tahiti for the moment because I’m in dire need of a beach and crystal clear water after this past year.
Your most recent single?
I just dropped my latest single “Waiting” which I’m so excited about! When I had originally written the track I couldn’t get the melody out of my head and knew that I needed to bring it to life. I became set on having this single be my next release, and jumped into a session with Anwar Sawyer who produced the track! He helped me bring so much depth and complexity to the song through its production and I’m so happy with the final product. It’s definitely one of my favorite projects thus far and marks the start of a lot more to come, so stay tuned!