A moment of true music with “Forget”, by Micah Willis

Saturday afternoon: our mission is to discover the best track to continue the weekend on the right foot. With “Forget”, by award-winning singer, actor, and songwriter Micah Willis, we have exactly what we need. A pleasant moment, a good dose of pure music that we recommend. 

The artist who started to make music at a very young age delivers outstanding signature between old-school tinted RnB and trap beats on “Forget”. His appealing vocal performance perfectly highlights the trap-inspired production. We were blown away by Micah Willis and his special recipe when it comes to vocal realization.

Addictive and excellent, “Forget” will bring you into a magical musical moment. Press play right now and discover our conversation with him below:

Welcome to our redaction! Can you tell us who you are and how you started to make music?

Hi! I’m Micah Willis and I can’t remember a time in my life where music didn’t exist. I was singing before I could talk. I was terrible at sports and would sneak off to the school band room to play trumpet, sing, and write songs. My father, Kenny Neal, is also a musician, and so was his father. I guess it is just in my blood. I’ve always done music.

What inspires you to write and create?

Everyday life. Inspiration can spark at any moment. I find myself recording voice memos for song ideas at the strangest time. Whether it be at a bar with friends or when I am trying to sleep. Inspiration just hits me and I have to follow it.

What is your creative process?

Just depends. I’ll write a song in an hour with some friends some days and take a whole month to really pour out my emotions. I have learned to never stick to one process because – at least I feel – that can hinder your growth as a songwriter and artist.

Can you tell us more about your latest release?

I feel like I have held back in the past when I have released songs. This time I really don’t care what people think of it. I just wanted to write something fun. This song doesn’t have any meaning besides forgetting what a terrible year 2020 was and the jealousy I have for the past. I think everyone wants to go out and have a good time.

What can we expect from you in the future?

All I will say to you about this – and I am only telling you because I love your site – a short project filled with seven new songs.