Artist Interview: “Touch Me With Your Words” by 7HO3NIX

Q: I am always curious about the artist’s upcoming. Was there a specific person or event that inspired you to be a part of the music industry?

7HO3NIX: I grew up creating in a family of artists before entering into foster care. Music has helped me get through so many things and I always felt I was meant to share it with the world. I’ve had many ups and downs but I always come back to the grind of creating and sharing my music, whatever it takes.

Q: I love the vocal production on “Touch Me With Your Words”! Can you walk us through your creative process?

7HO3NIX: Vocal production is one of my favorite things to do for myself and others. I have a lot of fun creating layers of harmonies and experimenting with melodies. I try different things until I get a feeling like… that’s hot.

Q: Do you play any other instruments? What’s an instrument that you would like to learn? 

7HO3NIX: I produce music electronically and play some piano and guitar. I plan to learn violin because I remember my dad saying it was the most beautiful sounding instrument in the world. 

Q: What has been one of the most significant moments of your musical journey so far?

7HO3NIX: My most significant moment was God showing me I needed to get back up and chase my dreams after I had given up. 15 years had passed and I had no intention of creating ever again. He got my attention in a way only the creator of the universe could and guided me into where I am now, step by step, restoring my soul and healing my trauma. I am still on that journey. 

Q: Even the greatest writers can battle with creative blocks at times, how do you deal when there’s a lack of inspiration? 

7HO3NIX: I don’t believe in creative blocks. I believe lies stop us from creating and we just have to detect them and debunk them in order for creativity to flow again. During my long break from creating, I experienced a so-called block for about a decade coupled with paralyzing anxiety… But really, I had taken in all the pressures of the world. The more I healed, the more I was able to write again, and the more I was able to write again, the more I healed. I had to fight past the blocks and realize they didn’t truly exist within themselves – sort of like The Matrix when Neo realizes there is no spoon.

Q: Any parting words to your fans?

7HO3NIX: Thank you so much for listening to my music and learning my story. Please help me share it with the world. ♥

Interviewed by Alina Tran





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