A conversation with music artist Audio Soothe

We recently got an opportunity to have a conversation with music artist Audio Soothe. We had a conversation about his start of music career, recent music and other things our readers would be interested to know.

Thanks for taking the time to do this interview Tell us a bit about yourself, your name, age, where you’re from and an interesting fact if you like…
Thanks for having me everybody, my name is Audio Soothe, I’m 28, from Seattle WA & I love working out and making music.

How long have you been singing?
I been singing Since the age of 4. I love it

What first got you interested in becoming a artist?
Family telling me I’m an amazing singer, watching music videos & listening to R&B when I was younger.

What/who inspires your music?
Life experiences from the past & future or ideas that pop in my mind at the spur of the moment.

Do you see being an artist as a career, or as a hobby? Career, I have the talent & potential. Just need the right people on my team.

What are you trying to do with your music? Do you want to help your community? Are you trying to get rich? What is your goal for your music?
I would love to get rich & support my community! You get what you give in life.

Have you ever performed live? How did it feel?
Yes, I had a euphoric feeling. Performing live is like nothing else.

Do you have any kind of  management, publishing or distribution team behind you? If so what are their responsibilities?
I work with a celebrity publicist (Danie Cortese) & the director of World Top Records (Devin Scott). Both, help me with promotion.

What are some accomplishments that you have achieved, and are most proud of?
Surviving to be 28, going to college & being a remarkable man.

Have you ever made any contact with major artists or other high positioned people in the music industry and do you keep in contact with them?
Yes, we communicate every other day at least.

What one tip would you give to other aspiring independent artists?
Consistency, courage & ambition. Oops, that’s more than one.

What do you see is in the future for the music industry? How do you think it will evolve/change?
Most artists will become indie or make hip hop music.

How do you think social networks such as Facebook and Twitter have affected the music industry?
Social networks help promote artists in a positive & negative way. Some only care about the fame & fortune.

Are there any music start-ups that you think we should keep an eye on?
Listen to my five song demo (Doubt, Inseparable, Bathroom, Control Your Emotions & My Muze). Feedback is truly appreciated!!

Where can we hear your music online?

Spotify,  iTunes, Apple Music

What projects are you working on at the moment?
My next muzic vid, it’s a surprise.

Where do you see yourself in 5-10 years time?
Rich & famous. I might start a record label.

Do you have any shoutouts you want to give?
Shoutout to my fam & squad!!

Thanks again for doing this interview.

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