“The best form of promotion relies on your initial product as an artist. Music has to be great quality from content all the way to production to performance. Also never be scared to invest in yourself. Got to pay to play.”
Check out the interview with Lunatixk exclusively on Skilly Magazine Online.
Skilly: Tell us where this all began. What is your history in the music scene?
Lunatixk: It all began my freshman year in high school. Every Tuesday and Thursday we would have clubs and being that we had a recording studio in my high school it was an option. I recorded my first track and fell in love from that point. In college I linked with a music group by the name of Team Legacy and they gave me that push I needed. After two years of college I returned home and really began to take my music abilities serious.
What are the best ways to promote yourself as an artist? Any tips you can give us?
The best form of promotion relies on your initial product as an artist. Music has to be great quality from content all the way to production to performance. Also never be scared to invest in yourself. Got to pay to play.
What do you ultimately want to become in your career?
I actually want to be an actor. My role model is Jim Carrey and Al Pacino.
What is the hardest thing about being in the music business?
I enjoy every obstacle and challenge I face because it gives me drive to overcome, but I would have to say those dry moments.
What is it like in your city? What is the music scene like, and how is it like living there overall?
In my city the talent is there, but the support system isn’t as strong as it should be. Unfortunately I have no idea why. The music scene is definitely on the rise.
What are some of advice you can give and share to other artists who are still trying to come up?
Find your lane and stay true to yourself.
What is the best thing that’s ever happened in your career?
Having my single played on the radio.
What is your inspiration?
The love for music as a whole.
Do you feel anyone can be successful now in today’s world of music?
Yes. What they do once they succeed determines the longevity.