I'm someone who loves music. Music runs in my vains and lives in my heart. I am trying to write, record and sing. I do it all at home with my pc. I love good music of all music genres. I collaborated with Tim Eldridge (lyricist/"Night So Long"), a Slovak duo I&SON on several songs and Joel A. Heslop, a great Welsh musician from a band Mr SpooN ("I Will Carry You Home")... More collabs are on the way...
If you'd like to know what music genre I prefer... well... that'd be a hard question. Have a listen to my tunes, then. There is everything in my music... from waltz to pop, from pop to rock, from rock to ballads, from ballads to electro, from electro to reggae, from reggae to soul... I believe there is no bad music genre - there's only a good song or a bad song. Nothing more, nothing less. I've had so many musical influences that writing only pop or only electro wouldn't be enough for me, because I LOVE MUSIC!!!
Your comments give me the courage to improve my voice and music technically. I am open to all of you and am very thankful to be a part of the wonderful ReverbNation family.
It feels like home.
New songs, soon!
NOW READ MY BIO, IF YOU'RE INTERESTED!
YOU ALL ARE VERY WELCOME, THANK YOU!
I have always been in love with music. A day without music is a wasted day to me. I started writing my own songs at the age of 12. I recorded them on MC's with some cut & stolen music, lol. Since then I grew up and started using a music software. I made tons of dance tunes, but there was still something I needed to get back to - pop, soul, ballads, which would describe my emotions, which could describe me. I also started (to learn) to play a guitar and now I combine it with some beats and synths. My electro-ballad "Again And Again" was once aired on Radio_FM in 2007, I guess. Some of my latest songs appeared on VRadio in Las Vegas! I collaborate with Tim Eldridge (lyricist/Night So Long), I&SON (who mixed "Aloha My Love" and "Night So Long" for me and wrote "Natural" & "Lunatic World" for me as well). I also made a little remix of Miro Jaros' song "Tlakova niz", which appeared on his remixed version of the same titled album.