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RGM INTRODUCING – WE INTERVIEW ORLANDO ARTIST DANNY K 

Hiya folks thanks for joining us in the virtual RGM lounge today, grab a brew and take a seat.

What made you decide that music is a thing for you?

It kind of just happened naturally but I think around the age of 18 I realized I was in love with music. 

Introduce us to you and your musical history.

I’m a one-stop shop. I make the beats, rap, engineer, etc. I’ve been creating music since I was 12. I started on DAWs like FL Studio. Now I work on Logic Pro X & I utilize UAD & Native Instruments heavily. 

The music industry is the hardest industry in the world to progress in, How do you feel you are doing?

I am grateful for my journey as it continues to unfold. 

We set up RGM USA and many other countries in the world to share music with America and the UK, good idea?

Yes!

Do you sign up to any conspiracy theories? 

No. 

Let’s share the love, what bands are doing really well in your Town / City?

Low key it’s a very close knit & humble culture. Everyone plays their part! 

What advice would you give other artists starting out?

Believe in yourself before anything else. 

Did you buy anything you don’t need in the pandemic?

Not really. 

What was the worst experience on stage?

Prior to me becoming my own brand, I felt my presence was overshadowed by my peers. Couple of instances left me disenchanted however upon separating and establishing my individuality I flourished on and off the stage!



Tell us something about you that you think people would be surprised about. 

I am deeply devoted to God in my own unique way, and to a code of decency, respect & honesty. 

If you had to describe your music to an alien how would you describe it? 

Beep beep boop.

What makes you stand out as an artist?

My art. I’m cultured by the goats. I belong with them. 

I hear you have new music, what can you tell us about it?

I just released my new song Handsome & Crisp. I produced it but a fellow engineer mastered it. He goes by Santiago Mastering. It came out really well. This is a jazzy ballad that entrances the listener. Do not listen while doing important activities. Chances are you will abandon said activities. Haha.

Talk me through the thought process of the new tunes.

Um, it starts with the aesthetic — soulful jazz. I pick the vinyl, find the sample, loop it, arrange and add a switch up and transition. The lyrics pour out like a waterfall.

What was the recording process like?

It was an intimate recording experience that reflects my solitude. I had several verses written but only a few fit just perfectly.

What was the biggest learning curve in writing the new tunes?

Pushing the boundary further. Raising the bar. Reaching for the roots.

Would you change anything now it’s finished?

No.

Is there anything else you would like to share with the world?

Be humble.

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