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I wanted to ask you about your upbringing in St. Kitts and how you got into music.

I started making music officially in ninth grade, but the love for music was already in me as a baby, you know? My mom told me that when I was a baby, I used to get up on the kitchen counter and sing, pretending I was singing with a bottle in my mouth. And I kept making music.

In fifth grade, I used to freestyle for my classmates. I even got the school in trouble once. The Maurice Hillier Memorial Junior School, also known as Epworth School in St Kitts, because we tried to put on our own festival, something similar to Rolling Loud or Wireless, in the back of the school. And yes, the whole school got in trouble the next day.

How do you think Caribbean music culture compares to that of the US, the UK, and other parts of the world?

I think every sound is influenced by others in some way. But I love it all. I love how in the UK and the Caribbean we are very creative and authentic in everything we do.

Do you usually start with the beats or the vocals?

I start with the beats and then I start humming until I find the right words.

Tell me about this ‘Dancesoul’ genre you are promoting. What does it mean to you?

Well, it’s been around for quite a while, but I feel like no one has taken it as seriously as trap dancehall. A great example is Chronic Law from Jamaica, who has been doing dancesoul since his early days in the scene, you know? So yeah, it’s a sound that mixes modern dancehall with some R&B and hip hop.