Your mixtape CANVAS2033 celebrates its third anniversary today and showcases your amazing flow. How did you discover your flow?
Honestly, I don’t really know. I never really thought I was a rapper, because I grew up listening to The Beatles and other bands, but later on I started listening to rap. I loved Eminem, but apart from that I’m not really keen on other white rappers. I found out that I could write some raps and it sounded good without being cringy. I think that’s the way the mixtape came together. I wrote a lot of songs last year and for the mixtape I chose the songs that fitted best together. As a new artist, I wanted to come in very energetic, especially since a new artist mostly performs in the mid-day or afternoon slots at festivals.
What else did you want to show the world with your first project?
That’s a good question! I just wanted to have fun with it, because I sing as well and didn’t expect to make a rap mixtape. But it happened and I’m really happy with it. The next things that are coming are different musically and are more accessible. The show at the moment is very much in your face, but that will develop in the coming months when I release new music. With my first mixtape, I wanted to come in with a bang because there are so many new artists around.