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FireVerse Revealed The Cheat To A Successful Musical Career In Quick Interview



What first got you into music? 

I first got into music because of the energy and vibration the music brings, as a youth growing up, I would wonder how musician fit words together and turned them into creative melody’s, but it was in 2016 when I experience my friend acapella live around me without a beat, at the moment I was like yow to myself, this dude is killing it lyrical and from that following night, I was introduced to new world that change my life forever.

Who inspired you to make music? 

I was inspired by Wolde West, a friend of mine that was also a student of Edna Manley at the time. I’m also a big fan of Rihanna, Shakira, Vybz Kartel, Popcaan and Major Lazor 

all these five musicians play a big role in my career, base on the music they create and the topic they choose, my lyrics flow was mostly influenced by Vybz Kartel, the field of my dancehall cross over fusion was inspired by Major Lazor and the emotional pain and soft side of my deep emotion songs was inspired by Rihanna and Shakira. 

How would you describe the music that you typically create? 

Lets just say, I’ll start it this way 

The type of song i create is for everyone in the world, both young and elderly I mostly create various main stream and forever lasting music that will alway remain as classic even when breath leave my body, I want to always have people remembering me like Michael Jackson or Elvis Presley, that’s why all of my music I create, i try to make it leave an impact on the audience, I blend into a fusion because Iiterally you have to changed your style of genres because its not just one someone listening music.

What is your creative process like?

Well honestly my creative process got so easy that all I do whenever I go studio I only jump in the booth, put on my earphone and that’s when the magic start, the fire on the verse that spark when my melody and flows in my brain start blast it’s such an exciting moment and over the years it does take me some time to achieve that milestone, because I start to do music I wasn’t so great on it and that’s how I truly know that music choose me because it’s not like I was born with my music, I only got a love for it from the beginning, my first single I ever recorded was “Gimme The Weed” which was not release to the world until day its still Unanimous.

Who would you most like to collaborate with? 

I don’t really have no one in mind to collaborate with right now because I have done so much collaboration over the past years so right now I’m mostly focusing on myself as an individual and to put out as many singles and albums, I wont say that I won’t voice with any artist, but not at this moment maybe further more down in the year I’ll do so, but for now I’m giving it a brake, I hope musician do understand that this is not personal but i just need time to get out some more solo singles, I also got unreleased collaboration that will released soon on further notice.

If you could go open a show for any artist who would it be?

Like I mentioned before my five top influencer that influenced my musical career they would definitely have to be apart of my show 

Also Koffee would have to be on it an that’s a fact I’ll also invite some upcoming artist as well cause not only sometimes, but all the time people wanna discover new talent and most mainstream artist don’t help upcoming artist get to the spotlight so my show will be apart of both side mainstream artist and upcoming artist.

What is the most useless talent you have?

Really and truly I don’t have any useless talent because all of my talent that god blessed me with I do used on a regular basis, I’m a songwriter, recording artist, record producer and videographer, graphic designer, so I used all of my talent to my full potential as it was gifted to me for a purpose, so I have no reason to make them useless.

What would you be doing right now, if it wasn’t for your music career? 

I’ll be tutoring kids from around the world because I’m full licence esl online tutor, over the years I was working for palfish, cambly, and VIPKIDS, so maybe if music wasn’t a part of my life I’ll be teach k9 students, honestly too I actually enjoy teaching k9 kids over the years the experience Is so amazing and I enjoyed every bit of it, I just wanna give thanks and show love to all my esl associate for enlighten our future generation kids.

Do you have any upcoming shows?

Actually not at the moment but I got a few shows coming soon in Germany, but for now is just to stay focused on my career and making sure everything is on set.

How do you feel the Internet has impacted the music business?

As you know back then when there wasn’t any Internet It was more harder for musician to be heard or get discover, but give thanks for the Internet and the social platforms that bring forth our musicians to the world yeah, because look back when covid was affecting the world we could not go on any stage show to perform, we have to do live stream via social platforms so I personally think that the Internet is good for all musician in our modern world.

Which famous musicians do you admire?

I don’t really admire musicians, I admire and I love their creativity that they do, I’m more of a music admirer.

What is the best advice you’ve been given?

The best advice I get from a producer is, don’t matter what the obstacles might be to fight back cause you were chosen for a purpose that you’ll have to find out for yourself, he said to me stay focused and always stay at the top of your game.

What’s next for you? 

I got a lot of upcoming projects coming this month for release 

Including this song called “Night Fire” also I’m working on dropping an album for this year as well as getting the videos together with my production associate, so definitely you can expect a lot of great work from FireVerse.

Igor is an online marketer, a blogger and columnist at Kivodaily. He writes about business, entrepreneurs, finance and emerging celebrities worlwide.