So when did you start thinking of music as a career?
“I was always around at gigs, a fan of the local scene, following rap acts like Sheikh Haikel and bands like The Great Spy Experiment, and even attending breakdance battle events. It gave me an insight on how music could help me express my ideas and thoughts.
Was somewhere in 2009 in a band and experimenting with my own recordings, releasing solo mixtapes, when I felt like I wanted more – to tour, to play on big festival stages at SXSW, that kind of thing, and I knew to achieve that, I had to take my career seriously. It suddenly felt like a calling.”