Flow coming from the future, a perfect and unique signature between afro rhythm, RnB, and Hip hop, this is how we can describe lonerkid’s music.
The artist’s latest offering “I don’t want you”, took us by surprise. the creativity, the production, loner kid doesn’t sound like anybody else and takes a well-deserved place in our list of the most creative artists of 2021.
We will make sure to follow his steps very closely. In the meantime, discover “I don’t want you”, and our conversation with the artist below:
Welcome to our redaction! Can you tell us who you are and how you started to make music?
Hi, I’m lonerkid
Music has always been in my family, it just runs in my veins! I started off as a musician, taking lessons on the keyboard from my father at the age of three. Then switching over to the drums at the age of six. I started making music because I saw others around me doing it and my cousins also had a big part in why I started. But it wasn’t until after I dropped out of college when I actually decided to take music seriously.
What inspires you to write music?
The thing that inspires me to write music is just the fact that I wake up every day knowing that I don’t want to work a regular 9-5 job. Why give up on a job that makes you happy to work a job you’ll end up hating but you have to work it because you have no other option. That’s why I spend long days and nights in the Stu because I don’t want a regular job.
How would you describe your creative process?
My creative process is just finding a beat that matches my energy of the day and just trying to catch the vibes. I’ll try to make a song that’s based off where I am today but sometimes I might throw in some references from either my past self or how I see myself in the future.
How would you describe your latest release?
My latest release “I DONT WANT YOU” is a song based on a past relationship. I was in a spot where I could either let my partner say the craziest things and make up lies to make her self look good or come in and say my piece of what the relationship was really like, give my point of view about how the fall of us wasn’t just on me. The relationship just had too many problems. Such as, secrets, pettiness, friends/family and lack of communication.
What are your plans and goals for the future?
I plan on doing some shows in the future/touring, more features from big artists and just traveling enjoying life with my day ones and family.