As a top music magazine, we’re happy to introduce you to Brock, an up-and-coming independent artist from Fort Worth, Texas.
Brock’s musical journey began when he was young. The emotional landscapes of everyday life and poetry helped him get in touch with his inner thoughts, and he liked songs that made him think.
Brock was always good at writing creatively, and this soon turned into a passion for expressing himself through music. Brock has a wide range of musical experiences, from choir music to hip-hop. He combines his storytelling skills with melodic flows to express complex emotions in a way that everyone can understand.
Brock stands out as a new voice in the music industry because he takes a unique and creative approach to music and is always sure of who he is. Even though Brock is just starting out as a professional musician, he has already built up a solid fan base and continues to draw people in with his thought-provoking and entertaining music.
As an artist, Brock is passionate about sharing his journey with listeners and bringing colour to the world through his music. Brock wants to make a difference in the world and connect with people who share his interests through his art. He has big plans to release new original work.
Brock is a promising talent with a bright future ahead of him. With his energy, creativity, and desire to make a positive impact, there is no doubt that he will soon be counted among the most original musicians of this generation.
Who are your biggest musical influences?
My biggest musical influences are Artists such as Kendrick Lamar, MIKE, 2nd Exit, Gonjasufi, LUCKI, NxWorries, Mick Jenkins, Trapo, and Liv.e, James Tillman, Anna Wise, and Jon Bap
What inspired you to write your latest album/song?
I was sitting on a lot of unexpressed emotions. I thought the best way to be constructive about it would be by externalizing it creatively.
What message do you hope to convey through your music?
I hope to convey a sense of freedom and genuineness that the listeners will find comforting or stimulating.
What was the most challenging aspect of recording your latest album?
Discipline. I went to the studio consistently, even on the days I wasn’t in the best headspace.
What has been your favourite moment or experience as a musician so far?
My favorite moment to date was when I went to my producer’s dorm to record a quick little session.
I remember him playing through the instrumental once. I wrote a short verse and proceeded to record it. The performance and delivery were crazy. I open my eyes, and my friends look bewildered. I asked them if it sounded as good as it felt. They said yes.
How do you balance your personal life with your music career?
I balance my personal life and my music career through self-awareness; I know when I’m going overboard on either spectrum and try my best to honour how I feel. Creativity is all about the feeling, after all.
How do you handle negative criticism or feedback on your music?
I don’t entertain it. Everyone is allowed their own opinion, but my music is first and foremost for myself. If you don’t like it, that’s ok.
What advice would you give to aspiring musicians trying to make it in the industry?
If you stay true to yourself and your sound, the right people and circumstances will present themselves. Be patient.
Do you have any upcoming projects or releases that you’re excited about?
I have three projects that I’m currently working on. I’m excited about the journey.
Do you have any plans to branch out into other genres or styles of music?
Absolutely! I do it all. Brock is very well-rounded.