At the age of just 15 years old, you began your journey as a music producer. What was it that ignited your passion for music and led you to start creating beats at such a young age?
I’ve always been captivated by the creative process of transforming abstract ideas into something tangible. This fascination with the power of imagination and creativity has driven me for as long as I can remember. I wanted to try something like that too, just creating something straight from my mind, drawing upon my interests in art and craftsmanship. At the time, I had never tried making music myself and wasn’t musically inclined as I couldn’t play a single instrument. It was the introduction of music software that incorporated elements of drawing that enabled me to explore this new artistic side. It allowed me to express my creative ideas in a completely new way.
The music production industry is often considered male-dominated. How do you feel your unique perspective and experiences as a woman have influenced your approach to music production and the artists you work with?
I often felt underestimated and like I had to prove myself more. When you enter the studio as a woman, people tend to assume you’ll make those sweet beats. But when I hit play, I always hoped they’d think: “Oh wait, this isn’t sweet, it’s actually a bit dark and somewhat angry too”. I realised that as a woman you can make an impact by being the opposite of what people expect from you.