Meet Rising Artist MAJIN
Tell us about your background getting to where you are today?
While I spent some of my childhood in Southampton, England, I have been in Canada most of my life. Edmonton is kind of a boring place to be if you are a creative; however, I have tried to make it work and so far, it has.
I have been singing since about the age of four.
Growing up on all kinds of artists from all genres and generations, I discovered my love for music at a really young age. I would go from Pink Floyd to Bruno Mars to The Weeknd to Beach house. I really do have a diverse taste when it comes to music and I am willing to learn and listen to just about anything.
Musically, I’ve struggled with having enough confidence to put something out publicly in general.
Currently signed too 28 entertainment.
I wouldn’t say there is a single one person who inspires me most. Sometimes I could be sitting on the couch and something would come to me and there is no telling what might’ve inspired that. I just make whatever comes to me.
I want people to listen to my music and feel something. It’s more than just a song to turn up too or a song to feel sad too but more so a song that they can carry with them for a long time. A lot of the music I listen too is music I carry with me always in my mind or my heart.
Absolutely, I have big plans for my future in the industry and therefore I have a lot of new music coming out soon within the next few months.
My greatest achievement as a musician would be recording and releasing my first song. No matter what happens in the future, that is always going to be my biggest achievement.
If not, who do you work with? I work with a multitude of producers who sometimes make the beat alone or sometimes with my help. I engineer my own vocals.
As I don’t want to disclose too much, all I can say is I have so much in store, and I am very excited to put these projects/songs out.
The same as anyone who is trying to make something out of barely anything. A lot of it is frustration and stress and then there are those moments of heaven where things fall into place. Then it’s back to frustration.