A creative space is something that every creative should have. As a blogger, and someone who loves to write in general, it’s hard for me to stay disciplined without a special place dedicated to creating. It’s important for me to have a creative space where I can focus and clear my mind for whatever I am working on. It’s also important for me to make sure that space is optimal for me to create. One thing that some people don’t realize that a creative space doesn’t actually have to be an office. It can be a corner in your house, a dining room table, or even a booth at your favorite cafe. Whatever space you choose you should make sure it boosts your focus and not hinder it.
With Ella Mai gaining so much attention, more international R&B artists are starting to rise here in the states. One particular artist by the name of Nao is beginning to take advantage of the opportunity. Her album Saturn seems to take after SZA’s CTRL by highlighting the secondary coming-of-age that occurs in your late 20s. This alone gives the album an appeal to what most listeners love. Nao is going to do well here as an artist and I’m going to tell you why.
This weekend we took the opportunity to talk to hip-hop artist Da Deputy about his career so far and his new EP Elinor. The project was released on all streaming services last Tuesday (10/23) and has definitely made an impression on me. The first track, ‘To The Fullest’, was probably my favorite track on the EP and made me want to dig into this project and the artist behind it. Here’s the conversation Da Deputy and I had about his latest project and the road to its release. Enjoy.