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Interview with Unordenary Aka “Uno”

“I want each song to make people say “thats you?”

Today we present to you a musican named Unordenary Aka Uno. This was a very interesting interview with an artist that has lot of fresh music comming up this year, and we strongly advise you to take time to listen.

Lisa: What first got you into music?

Unordenary Aka UnoListening to early chris brown in 05 and then my mom putting me on to Michael Jackson.  Since then I would just just listen to music and branch out into different genres and time periods and different countries.

Lisa: How would you describe the music that you typically create?

My music has no genre. It honestly just depends on what i hear and feel at the time and then I build on from that. I can make lit music all the way to music you need to listen to while broken-hearted.

Lisa: You have a very unique sound with a very nice flow, what is your creative process like?

Thank you that means a lot. That is my goal everytime i get to cooking. I make music in different ways to be honest. Sometimes I start with making or finding a beat and then figuring out lyrics, or I think of a song and then go from there. I also try not to force things as well I want my music to sound organic, authentic and overall dope.

Lisa: Could you briefly describe the music-making process?

Being a producer and engineer is alot at times. While you are trying to master singing or rapping sometimes it takes a toll on beat making or engineering but I try to balance it all out. Every song I make I want it to be different from the last. I dont want anyone who listens to my music to get bored. I want each song to make people say “thats you?”

Lisa: Who would you most like to collaborate with?

I have 4 artists i have to work with. Those are (in no order) Drake, Travis scott, The Weeknd and Don Toliver. These artists  are trailblazers. Whether it’s a collab on the singing and rapping or collabing on a beat I just have to one day.

Lisa: You’ve recently released single called “Haha”, can you tell me more about

My song Haha came out of nowhere. I heard the beat from this producer named 7ink and when i heard it the chorus immediately came out..once that came I got my bro Yvng Millie to hop on the verse and the rest is history. I made this song as way to tell people be who you are, do what you love and just laugh at the haters.

Lisa: What’s the biggest problem you’ve had to overcome so far?

I feel like my biggest problem was taking out the doubts of other people, including myself. There was a period in time when I was making music for other people’s approval and not for myself. It was when I changed that music started to advance.

Lisa: What would you be doing right now, if it wasn’t for your music career?

I honestly do not think of that. There is nothing else I would want to put my soul into other than music. Music is my family, my go to, the one thing I feel like if I laid everything out on the table it would accept and appreciate me.

Lisa: How do you feel the Internet has impacted the music business?

I feel like the internet has done a lot for music. I now have the opportunity to connect with people from around the world and share what I love doing. I also believe that since the internet is undefeated it lets you see who is real and who is just putting up a front for music.

Lisa: What is the best advice you’ve been given?

The best advice I was given was from numerous people to not stop. Thats the best advice you can give someone. As soon as someone stops the game is over.

Lisa: What’s next for you?

Im dropping a lot this year. This is the year I wanted to show my versatility by myself as well as with other artists. I have 2 joint projects that will be dropping, one with Vcipz and another with Yvng Millie.. I am also prepping for my next solo project: Uno 2 so this year a lot of heat coming.

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Written by Lisa

Lisa is an undergraduate at Universitá Degli Studi di Roma, she is currently studying course in modern pop culture. She loves to write about and live for the music.


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