Hello, I’m warlocks. I am a Korean and living in Korea, the country of Netflix drama hell and squid games that you know well.
What got you into music and made you realize that it was your chosen path?
At first, it was a hobby.
After making the first song, I felt thrilled.
And I made up my mind. Music cannot be left as a hobby.
Perhaps all artists have felt similar to me.
Tell us about your new music (Song/EP/Mixtape/Album)? And what’s the story behind it?
Actually, I have a main job.
So I don’t care about the trend when I make songs.
Korea always has a lot of dust and yellow dust thanks to China.
It’s because of the Chinese desert.
If I’m lucky, I can see the round moon in a very clear sky.
But it’s been so long since I saw such a sky that I don’t remember. I missed that kind of sky, so I wrote a song with that thought.
What makes your music unique? How would you describe it? (genres/sub-genres)
That’s the hardest question.
I really like the feeling of old songs.
The beat is childish, but there is no emotion as perfect as the melody of an old song.
What’s unique about my song is that I can smell the nostalgia of old songs little by little.
Actually, it’s not a lot (it’s very little)
Who are your biggest music influences? And any particular artist/band you would like to collaborate with in the future?
It wasn’t people that influenced me the most.
It’s very beautiful, but very dangerous.
If you let your guard down a little, you can lose everything to them in an instant.
That’s the world.
If I dream and try hard, the world can’t be more beautiful.
But if not, the world is hell.
It kept making me do something.
How do you balance your music with other obligations – family, friends or work?
Be careful not to tilt too much to one side.
Balance is very important.
It’s like a girlfriend.
If I like singing too much, like my girlfriend is jealous of the song and leaves me.
Which is the best moment in your musical career that you’re most proud of? (awards, projects or public performances etc.
Actually, I don’t have much experience.
So it’s when someone listens to, evaluates, and cheers for the song I made.
What advice would you give to aspiring musicians?
In fact, I’m not good enough to give advice to others.
But there’s something I want to say as a person.
If there’s anything you want to do, do it. When you regret it, it may be too late.
And if someone doesn’t seem to listen to your music, I’ll go and listen to it.
If you had one message to give to your fans, what would it be?
Thank you so much to everyone who listened to my song at least once so far.
If it weren’t for you guys, I might have given up on music already.
What’s next for you? Any upcoming projects?
There is a green country called Finland.
I can’t go now due to COVID-19, but it’s a country that leaves me with a lot of memories.
I had memories with my loved ones in Finland.
I had a really close friend in Finland.
There was also a Finnish in Finland who treated Koreans very kindly.
I’m going to reminisce about that place and make a song with emotions.
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