OUR PASSIONATE INTERVIEW WITH YOUNGDAVILLE FOR HIS NEW ALBUM “AUTOBIOGRAPHY” - BOOTLEG MAG -->

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1. Tell us about your new album? And what’s the story behind it?

Autobiography is a body of work comprised of 12 songs that embody the story and emotions of a lonely traumatized boy. The main reason why I made this body of work was to help cope with my depression and anxiety that I was facing during these times while also being able to portray an educational message to my listeners. I’ve had a lot of traumatic events that have happened in my life that has to lead me to places that I shouldn’t have had to see. These events have driven me to try and escape the reality that I live in to ease the pain and look for better.  I try to bring the listener the same experience that I had in making every song on the album. I hope that my listeners learn from my music and also use it as a way to escape the pain they go through. About 20% of Americans, if not more due to covid, suffer from mental illness in which goes very under the radar while about 31% of Americans are single. These numbers are growing rapidly every day due to the current increase in issues around the world. Therefore, I hope my music can help cushion the pain we are all feeling and bring us into a greater mindset for what is to come!

2. What makes your music unique? And how would you describe it?

I would say the biggest difference I have is my sound. I spent many years trying to develop it. It all started when I was very young. My mom would play her cd’s from her cd book and we would jam out and sing to them. My twin brother and I started a YouTube channel under our mom's name because we were too young at the time lol just so we can perform for our school friends. Our favorite thing to do was to perform at our annual school talent shows. In the meantime, my twin brother and I joined a couple choirs when we were younger, one of which traveled to different countries each of them containing different musical cultures. I also produce on the side and have a couple of smaller placements that I rarely talk about, one of which was TJ Porter. I also took the time to learn how to engineer the last couple of years and have spent multiple hours perfecting it. I put my all into music and will continue doing so for my fans/ family!

3. Which is the best moment in your musical career that you’re most proud of?

I would say one of the best moments in my music career was traveling to different countries. Getting to see how other countries have completely different musical backgrounds. Not many people get to see that so I really do appreciate that opportunity and will continue to do so.

4. How do you balance your music with other obligations – family, friends or work?

Music can be hard to balance with everything but I started to treat all of my fans as my family and it has been the best decision I have made. 

5. What advice would you give to aspiring musicians?

Just do it. There is no such thing as impossible. You can achieve anything you put your mind to! 

6. If you had one message to give to your fans, what would it be?

I love you and I am here for all of you! Do what makes you most happy!

7. What’s next for you? Any upcoming projects?

There will always be a next step for me as I always try to one up myself. I have many projects in the tuck and have a plan to drop all of them. More is coming soon…

OUR PASSIONATE INTERVIEW WITH YOUNGDAVILLE FOR HIS NEW ALBUM “AUTOBIOGRAPHY”


 

1. Tell us about your new album? And what’s the story behind it?

Autobiography is a body of work comprised of 12 songs that embody the story and emotions of a lonely traumatized boy. The main reason why I made this body of work was to help cope with my depression and anxiety that I was facing during these times while also being able to portray an educational message to my listeners. I’ve had a lot of traumatic events that have happened in my life that has to lead me to places that I shouldn’t have had to see. These events have driven me to try and escape the reality that I live in to ease the pain and look for better.  I try to bring the listener the same experience that I had in making every song on the album. I hope that my listeners learn from my music and also use it as a way to escape the pain they go through. About 20% of Americans, if not more due to covid, suffer from mental illness in which goes very under the radar while about 31% of Americans are single. These numbers are growing rapidly every day due to the current increase in issues around the world. Therefore, I hope my music can help cushion the pain we are all feeling and bring us into a greater mindset for what is to come!

2. What makes your music unique? And how would you describe it?

I would say the biggest difference I have is my sound. I spent many years trying to develop it. It all started when I was very young. My mom would play her cd’s from her cd book and we would jam out and sing to them. My twin brother and I started a YouTube channel under our mom's name because we were too young at the time lol just so we can perform for our school friends. Our favorite thing to do was to perform at our annual school talent shows. In the meantime, my twin brother and I joined a couple choirs when we were younger, one of which traveled to different countries each of them containing different musical cultures. I also produce on the side and have a couple of smaller placements that I rarely talk about, one of which was TJ Porter. I also took the time to learn how to engineer the last couple of years and have spent multiple hours perfecting it. I put my all into music and will continue doing so for my fans/ family!

3. Which is the best moment in your musical career that you’re most proud of?

I would say one of the best moments in my music career was traveling to different countries. Getting to see how other countries have completely different musical backgrounds. Not many people get to see that so I really do appreciate that opportunity and will continue to do so.

4. How do you balance your music with other obligations – family, friends or work?

Music can be hard to balance with everything but I started to treat all of my fans as my family and it has been the best decision I have made. 

5. What advice would you give to aspiring musicians?

Just do it. There is no such thing as impossible. You can achieve anything you put your mind to! 

6. If you had one message to give to your fans, what would it be?

I love you and I am here for all of you! Do what makes you most happy!

7. What’s next for you? Any upcoming projects?

There will always be a next step for me as I always try to one up myself. I have many projects in the tuck and have a plan to drop all of them. More is coming soon…

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