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Episode 12 路 1 year ago

A New Star On the Rise?!! | On Me Amajin ft Willy | Wuh Yuh Say Podcast

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Join Myself and two young Bajan artists as they discuss their recently released song On Me. Have a listen with the link below and check them out and support them as much as possible. I'll discuss anything given to me that may be a concern to persons today. Sooo.... LEAVE YOUR THOUGHTS AND QUESTIONS BELOW!!!! and maybe just maybe your topic will be in the next episode! 

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By guys are welcome back to yet another always a podcast. It's been a while. I do go to school, so that's what has been that's what's been taken up a majority of my time. This is just a quite of a special episode in terms of promotion. I was reached out, I was at to get these guys on and I figured, you know what, with their new song on me, which I will get into into the episode, the artisan is amagin featuring willie so do. It will be an interesting one. So just to do stay tuned for that, but not completely back on the podcast right just yet or on Youtube. So don't look for any frequent videos as as frequently as it was happening in the summer or just before to the like September, October. Those videos will come towards December into like you, vacation wise, and I'm working on short film as well, so that's kind of what's taking a lot of my time as well as I was a normal school work. So just hold on for that. I did put on my instagram that trending with the fourteen will be coming out, but again that's going calling in December. The editing has started. Is Soon finished, but it will be put out. So just hold on for that. But doing to this episode because it's about to bidge and artist, imagine, as I said, and feature ring really on me. Their song is really good. I mean they should be playing right now. I should have already put it in the background so you guys can at least somewhat here a bit of it. So yeah, I do in fight you guys to go and check them out. Their song is on spotify and definitely on Youtube, so links will be in the description down below. Do Subscribe as usual, I hit the bell icon down below and I will see you guys into this episode. Welcome...

...back, guys. As I said in the intro before, I'm here with the artists, the artists plural, who are featuring on this song that I'm I'm going to promote. Imagine featuring really on me. In the answer I would have done, I would have played a bit of it in the Intro, just in the background, so you guys could just hear what it is, what it sounds like, because to me I would say definitely, and I even the end it to you saying that this song really looks like it could really tell you like on like this has the international standard in a sense. Yeah, just introduced both yourselves, because, I mean, I wouldn't figure that this. These both are your full real names, so just let that everybody know who you guys are and we get started with that. All right, you, yeah, I'll go for yeah. Okay, so I'm imagine. My run name is Joshua Archer, singer, songwriter, a sparring producer from Barbarados, currently live in England right now but still doing the music thing. My name is when mixed. His name is really reason being really was something I always just to be called. When I was in cadets, for sure, it was a sergeant for a couple of years. So that was always my nickname and I start with it. We're real name is Clay Williams. I went large for stop when years. I only started making music when it was nineteen years old because I wanted to be a play that out the time. But I can't afford like play it in schools like seventeen thousand dollar Trison MASCO. So I can't afford that and I just decided to put all my passion and cooking and music here. I am okay, I'm again. It's something with you especially really because I think I'm correct. You know,...

...there was a bit of drama and like huge between yourself and like Kai and those guys. Again, it's all that lead I want to I want to first get into to the song. First of all, guys, as I said, it's this have that his national level. I actually do have it. Don't with it on my phone as well, because I played any car and stuff. So it does have that feel and I saw your in the instagram late that you had with the other guy. I'm not sure who is actually it was the other by tuned in a bit when you were on it. Josh, so you made the radio? No, it was on radio, it was the INSTAGRAM, like instagram La. Oh, yeah, yeah, right. So you were just talking about the origins of the song. So just pretty viewers here, just a Spain out to us, because I know you said that you were just humming something and you just started write on these lyrics really quickly. So just explain that as well. Yeah, so, in terms of like making music and this in general, my usual like way of like writing a song would just be like, when I hear to be a US, just hum like a melody, because I am a very good like I know. I hope to come up with melody that really easily. So, as I said, I was just like just doing something I can't remember was doing. I was just doing something not even related to music, just walking around the holds. I'm like, I was just thinking about the beat and that thing, like only, yeah, no, blow me, and I just it just came so perfectly to me and I felt I might not more. I just felt in my big I just felt like really good and I just wanted to like share that not energy with the everybody. So I just started writing down these lyrics and it doesn't really take me that long to read the versus. The verses were pretty simple and you know,...

...we made something good. So yeah, and I mean obviously where I'm as most musicians would do. Artists like they have an idea of a song and, as you said, with the rhythm and the being whatever it is. But why? Why? Really? There's a there's multichpull artist in Barbados, and I mean you probably could have met some people overseas that you're not. I'm in England. So why really? What? What do you think that he was able to bring to this song? I mean it works, but why? You don't think that he is the person that works on this song, because Willie, I ever since I met him, like we went becc together and we met each other BCC's got talent and so like. At that point, like I was, I was kind of like like slowly on a lazing like really and kind of seeing his talent, on his potential or what he could be and that sort of thing, and I knew that he could rot really well, but he also had a melodic aspect to him as well. I wanted him to explore a little bit more. So when I heard it and I was and I realize that like I didn't have any songs who really are nothing like that, because we got pretty cool at that. Plus we did a competent a wrapping competition together, so late you got pretty close. I was like now I want to I want to let expose the world a little bit to like you're singing and also, of course, with the rapping out the end of the song where he just goes off, you know. So I was just like, I think he deserves a little bit more attention as well. So that's what does. That was my thought process. I was like a friend and also as like the artist trying to push on another artists to their police potentially. Yeah, yeah, really, when he approached you, I mean obviously it was a yes, but when he would have already madly beat for you, what was yourself process like going boat, making that verse and jumping onto the song? When they when I first when he first message me about the song and listened to be, I was...

I was messing with you, be heavy. I told him that I really really lately be and this song, this song, could be, you know, a good song. So as I started rating, as he said, I mean they. We wrote this one fairly fast because he sent me to be a thing. Probably, I don't know. I specifically they let's say he sent me a Tuesday, but by Tursday I had my verse in. Everything was just done. So it was just US procrastinated that I shel go to the studio and get it done, and let me go in the studio and we go want it done. It was just like everything just just work. Everything just flew late. You were feeling the energy, you were feeling the vibes. Everything was dear. It wasn't nothing really. We had to prepare for our late, because really prepares for a song to blow up. I mean you just make music and you make music and then you wait for which ever song to blow up. Like nobody was expecting this. It was just another song for us because we love to do what we do. We do what we do every day and it just instinctive for us. But to actually see that moment manufacted late, they in front of your face like that is just late. It's so hard on me be extremely grateful because they I was telling him, I never expected this song to be worth the song is written now. It was a mean Nice. Yeah, I imagine that, because, I mean, even though your instagram story you were surprised to me do any you youtube fuse were just climbing. I mean that that's something for you guys, obviously, but not songs, because compared to your other tracks, Yosh, this one is, I say, a few levels above are quite different. So I come and even listening to the lyrics, as much as it is on me, that's the title of the song, it still feels quite personal. Yeah, so I guess you would have had to look...

...look into late what's going on in your life as well, because that's why a lot of musicians do. So what do you think that on me was the first thing that clicked into your head and stood up to you for this song, Cuz it isn't like it's like like, I don't know, it was just I don't know, it is this like kind of like I was just feeling myself and I was like, on me, let you know who people would be like on God. This sound like on God, l this feel this, something like that, like I was it not calling myself a God, and I so that I'd not nothing like that would l I just felt like all me, my like on me, like people getting really keeps talking. But you know, and by really, people just called the name all the time. Is don't even have not describe, not decncy, to even cover up something, to just talk about your right in front, right in front of you, and do even so. It's like I just felt like now, boy, I second stared to this day with this name, letting some people know. So that this my thought back. Yeah, yeah, but I mean also know I actually spoke about lear is. Just know you mentioned like vader and a Saber, so there's that like translate to you being a Star Wars Fun or who? Like, where is the origin? Where are the origins for the for that, for fels, huge storesmoth, Star Wars, you catch your caste way to end star wars movie, which never make him more. I don't think they anywhere, though it may not be there. Maybe making like some sequels, prequels, some awesome some do I know themdelory? I think it came out. You know these yeah, seconds. But aside from that, I do want to just before I get into east, the whole really story, that whole drama. I don't know if you nice starty remember, because I mean you could, because they've never...

...seen you before. They are a bar center. But I remember that. I have a very fame memory because I remember things well, but I remember seeing you out the same. There's like a summer count. That is that it was there like that. It's like having like media stuff, animation, dance and a whole set of stuff. Car is exactly which year it was. I think what this was. This is a really, really old like to hold exactly. I will say two thousand and eleven, not all for about probably fifteen. Now, wait, Ebcca, yeah, our bars. Oh, yeah, yeah, I was, yeah, yeah, like, yeah, I was doing film. Okay, so that is not something that you are pursuing Eng or his music. Your your full time. Well, old and me, in terms of music, like I does what I want to focus on. First, I'm not see doing a film course in England and I was doing film in Ui as well in Barbados. So, yeah, film is definitely a big aspect of my life. Like I'm a creative. So, like I want, when I'm like older older, want to make like full feature films, but like I want to use my film degree to like do music videos for other artists on myself. That like the gold when I finished school. So both of them are pretty big aspect in my life. I would say that music for no is definitely like number one. Okay, and obviously, really you mean Josh so me like that. You work. So what do you think? How far do you think you could go into your music, or do you think that maybe you would put even more effort, a time and money into to being a musician? Well, to answer a question, I think a lot of people don't realize how much...

...actually goes into making music. The process of making music is actually very strenuous, also in Barbara. It is how we are set up. Depends on who you know and where you go. That you may get a price is reasonable for you, because for me, a work in person who pays bills and, you know, has to expend their money other where. Like you're really you got a sacrifice and invest and in music, because if you're doing and you wait too late, then it's you know, it gets pretty tough in terms of getting your stuff release. As example, I did an EPE and twenty two thousand and eighteen. Two Thousand and eighteen, I released prospect EP and overall, just to recard everything and have all the songs master and whatnot cost me like fifty hundred. That's even before I post it. You still had to post it on the media platforms. You have to pay for that. It's still gotta pay the Person Do Cover O. honest, you doing yourself. You still got to pay for music videos, if you're doing that, as well for the shoots, all of that. So a really a lot goes into music. And then they we have a culture viarbators where I don't think our hit hot culture is where it needs to be right now. But our hit hot culture, like most people would tell you, Oh yeah, your music is good and thing, they have able click, you think. Yet they just you know decide that is that or what, in case may be, and you really got fund people to appreciate you music for you are. You can always, there will always be people who are always true and real to you. You got to know who is true and real to you and create your music to suit and just, you know, do your own thing, because if you if you listen to what people have to say too much and you Dev it from what your main focus was, you're not going to get anywhere. And you can't give up. That's something I...

...can't stress enough. If you funny time, you give up, all of that work was but nothing. So you just keep pushing. You keep pushing, you keep pushing. If it's something you really want to do, if it's something you really passionate about, you keeps training for it. You don't stop, because when it stopped and give up any worse than you want to do is literally life regrets, and that's something I really don't like fill in my life for regrets. Yeah, I agree with you a hundred ten percent on that. So, and I mean you just mentioned, just know, in terms of the barbarous on the barbadian aspect of hip hop and run or whatever it is, which a lot of people in Barbaris may say that you know there's there one or two artists, may three or four that are above the rest. Are again somewhere. So what do you think? Both of you can answer this. What do you think needs to happen in Barbados per se to put more focus on it, because I don't think that there's enough focus on it. And I spoke about this in a pretty previous episode with sleepy. Then you guys make may know who he is, and the same thing was with him. Like there's still a certain level that needs to that barbaritous barbadian music needs to get to to be recognized and be a appreciate this force. What you think needs to happen to get barbaritous at all level? Well, I think, but I was talking to my friend about this the other day. Show up to human photography also, who will tress? He also wraps on the site and does his own photography thing. Me and hen work conversing the other day and we were saying that in Barbados is kind of a whole. UKI has their own grain rap that you would take an American hit hot beat and they want some fluent are their kidens won't be as good as if they're on their own type of beat. So I think we were saying that, like Barbadians need their own type of like hit hot type beat, like their own hit hop culture, their own kiddens. Kind of the whole UK has that grain, that grain rot and that, you know,...

...drill rap, so they could rat like down and its sounds really on our fodox and it is really, really, really really good and we enjoy it so much. So I think not as Barbadians and hit hop culture, we need to find our own kidens, so to speak, in terms of beat making and production. Howie, you know spit, because I could tell you some artists who I think are really, really good right now. I think show is an excellent artist. It's are really really good artists, in my opinion, he and he doesn't div it that far from his culture. You know, you could still see the bison is very much there. Is Diction is always clear, his songs are always on point and he's just a perfect example of what you should be the aim into words, because he's on the right Pat Taf, I also think, is a brilliant artist. We haven't heard much from taff as a recent but tap is a brilliant, brilliant vision artist. Okay, if you want out to its up to that as well, Josh, you can. Yeah, I agree with Kay that, like it's definitely up to artists as well to kind of like push the envelope and kind of make our own son at stuff in Barbados if we want to get established. Whoever, is a fifty effort and I feel like not a lot of investment has been made to like the hip hop scene in Barbados. It just the music scene in general for like smaller artists that are not doing like calyps and whatnot, and I feel like just having, for example, like just having one streaming platform for like every single genre and artists, for cart up in the Caribbean, which is that to charts, which I do respect. So that to start, Si, I love said that too. Starts and everything, but I think that it will be easier for some of us...

...to if they were like different like platforms for like different stuff so that like, you know, if you're more hip hop fun or I if, on this particular day you wanted to stream more hiphop a well, but that you've go into this if you want Calypso you could go here you like. I just think it needs to be broken down a little bit more so that like we got to sign a bit more, because then I feel like a lot of us get pushed under the rug. I like just caltured among the crown and I don't really like that. So, yeah, that's definitely one thing. That is a fifty thing. So yeah, both of us, both parties, need to put in the effort to kind of put ourselves for it. Yeah, and it may add to that lie. It's not to say we don't have like specific songs, like Boschman Skoca. That is ours. But is it hot? No, I can't go on a Boschman schocus song and rap that holy. Would like to wrap our deliver my kidens, who we want to do live with my kidens. So it's just of sub garring everything and understanding what works best for us and our culture in that in that particular thing. You know, really know about me. Yeah, this is really started down. Story started around just to know, get into what I mentioned earlier. I mean, I am gonna like because I go to ours, some college, so I was I was hearing all of the information and everything, but the question I will have to answer you first. Yes, are you and Kay, Harley and Chris? Are All y'all good terms or is that something that is still but I could tell you for a fackt. The closest out of all of them I am to right no, is Chris, and Chris Great Noise in Canada. Yeah, but the closest I am is to Chris. Second I would say okay, I wouldn't say I'm that close to hearty because we haven't interacted out much, but I have no hit...

...shut against hard they actually really respect hardy. The whole premise of what occurred during that time it was more of a fun thing for us to they push each other late to because they we never did any like Bah rap or anything like that. So the whole premise was just the push each other and see how far we could get. You know, because as we going up into that artist world, they're going to be toings when you know you gotta Defend Yourself. You might not want to do a dis track or anything that, but it's just still be able to know who to do it so that you'll be educated on all topics and all aspects of the music industry. So that was just more to gain clout and to push at to push the push each other, to see where we can go our lyrical skills and what happens to us. Maybe we are backets against you all, and I'm pretty sure this track said a lot. They said cool, yeah, yeah, yeah, I'm sure, pretty sure, yeah, offer for quite a bit of time and it was pretty it was fun to, I guess, witness or see all that weeks. Lady, first I cover art my chas. Yeah, the thing is right, that that whole day happened before I met you. Right, so, when I finally met you. That's why, that's a big reason why I was like smoke solely on a lazing you, because I was lately. Was Their problem with this? Now, like you might just seemed like happy. I don't. I was like, I have to go'll see what we'll gain. He must be he must be a jerk or sin for HMM, yeah, in the graph. Yeah, I was like, I have to keep my distance from you for a little bit. Y. Yeah, but guys, I mean obviously you would have released your EP. You also release a good set of music. I am your time. Josh and Kay just released his his his EP this year, earlier, earlier this...

...yeah, well, last year, last year. Okay, yeah, last year. So I guess all you guys around started at the same sort of ages would all be supporting each other in terms of that. I guess in a future maybe they absolutely have to give a big show. Hope to Kay be from studios, he and the team who puts together SECR, because they I don't think any of this would have been possible. I don't think where. Where I have been today, where have been had it not for Acre? How do I not have friends that told me? Will you know? been noticing our rap on it say, but they think they should take it. It's Nashalunta then that it world. No social all of them, and it's just it's just been a crazy, a crazy experience, because they started this on nineteen and twenty, two and one. I'm enjoying this trum mandous week. I'm actually enjoying this a lot. So yeah, so me, I guess, who knows? You might see Kai are Chris Song featuring relief. Maybe, who knows? And same, same thing with you, Josh. It no more us. But for you guys, what do you think that you have any near future, aside from just promoting on me for because they know it is. The promotion for that will still continue far a little. Well, but what do you guys have planned for the near future? If not, I think question is not what I have time, but I think you question is if the people are ready, because, I mean we got all this gass. No, in men, no sense then this gas run. No, I think we should keep our time food. So No, is the time to work hard and my opinion, yeah, time to work hard. Okay, no, I definitely light. Yeah, yeah, like I definitely want to put out late like a EP next here. Maybe even call that album. We'll see. But it's just that because, you know, some difficult stuff because of like covid running around pant here, the you know. So like it's been difficult to like play spaces that maybe like...

...record. But I definitely got like some features. I've been working more with a more barbating artists, rappers and stuff. I got some people here that like play musical instruments and we've been talking about like collabbing and stuff like that. So I have I have a few stuff like in my head. It's just that to you like, you know, get out on the see tangible and stuff yet, but gosins. The two thousand and twenty one definitely a looking to be like a good year. Well, well for me, guys, just the cold things are coming, and that's all I have to see before I do right for everything, anything that you promote the song. I guess that's one thing to do, promote this song, and just as well if any other show toes that you guys have you this is your chance, so go for it. Go ahead with we show my dad for giving me life. Our people show to everybody who's being really friend maybe who I am today, only supporters, you know, those who actually stay truoting music like I could almost cray when people askually that. I could see the genuine the anyway gesture is in certain people when they tell me my music is really good and they think I'm going to get it for I'm going to make it far, and I can't forget those because they do's what meets those moments special and moving forward does what means and bave me's that's gonna be my few is gonna be my gas to get where you want to get. So I could see the other people who has always been done live for me, you know, race to the talk late, you know, with me, because they I didn't do this with myself. They yes, I made the music, I write the music by myself and they do certain things in myself, but wet that support. I don't take my mentality would be rooming mentality is today. So just thank you, guys, and run out on me. We want...

...to see like fifteen hand views with the end of this month. SURE YOU COOKING WITH GAP? No Joe, no Joe, no joke for me. Shuttle to Stefan Marshall, soots by Stefan for editing the video, the alert video. Shuttle to Gard Aka, is a Maccatto for producing any truck unknown instrumentals a youtube. So that to him. He also had production on the song. So to every single person who's stream listen to the trap, I share. Oh Damn boy, that's stuff. Nor shoe out and there I got wait to see what offen. But Easter. So that's Chris. I'm gonna you, guys. You have to say over a good bit of down because you just stuck. Just no, no, I cut out our yeah, where was I out? Where was I out? So to the you are the part where you were talking about the instrumental right, I know, instrumentals on Youtube. We have production on it as well. Sot to every single person that stream, bought listen to the song on Youtube. I run it up. It means a lot to me and Willie and the whole team that works on the song. So to Chrissie, and I live Caribbean, the radio station, for actually gain like the song on the radio and helping with the explosion. That actually help a lot. So it's everybody there, my mom, Dad, family, this, everybody. Just thank you very much. Stream on me. is in the link in my social media on instagram. So yes, imagine official on Instagram and yeah, run it up. Thank you very much. Yeah. So let me thank you guys for...

...joining today on this way to say this, especially say podcast episode. Thank you, guys for joining and me was a pleasure to both speak to both you. Guys. is as they said. Guys, dude, stream and do whatever you need to do to push their song as far as it as it can get. It will be in the description down below. If you are listening on sounder or spotify, any of the platforms that this you can listen to this sport, this podcast on guys. Go on, go chat them out. You can't hurt. It won't take you too long. It will be in their instagrams. Their instagrams will be in the description. Don't below go and check them out and if you have anything else to say, Ry Cope, Christians podcast is what you're saying right. What you say, why you say like you are doing bits like, like. I try took some of your stuff, like before I came on, and it is really high professional. They even know so. Like I can't wait to see what you do in the future, if you. Thank you for having both for us on and given. No problem. Yeah, so, yeah, as as I said, to go check them out and I will see you guys for another part, part working you work with you in the future, when them, you know, probably flout. Yeah, for sure, and I would see you guys later for another podcast fire. All right,.

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