Describe your style of music.
My type of music is a sub-version of Afrobeats, or as the world acclaimed superstar Burnaboy would call it, “Afro Fusion." That’s my style of music.
Tell us about your inspiration in making music. What inspires you?
My inspiration comes from within; God, my likes and dislikes, my tradition, culture and friends and family.
How did you first learn about ALovers?
I learned about Aeternal Lovers through a close friend of mine, Johnny, back in 2016. I collaborated with Aeternal Lovers on three tracks [hyperlink to tracks - Mystic Search, Bumpy Road and Space Rock. Aeternal Lovers provided the original beats and Johnny, Cheick and I brought our rhymes.
Tell us a little bit about your collaboration with Aeternal Lovers, your inspiration and process.
I collaborated with Aeternal Lovers on recording music in Brooklyn, video shoots in Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx and product photoshoots in Manhattan. Working with Aeternal Lovers has been so incredible and amazing. Always fun and easy to work together. It expands my horizon and creativity. The process is always smooth and the Aeternal Lovers team gave me the creative space to be an artist and even more.
What is your favorite Aeternal Lovers design or track. Why?
My favorite Aeternal Lovers design is the Black Hole Orange Long Sleeve tee shirt. My fav track is Mystic Search, the one with the lady singing with the lines, “I search search...deep down in my soul” [3:05-3:08].
We are putting together a Spotify playlist. What is your favorite love song?
My favorite love song is Temperature Rising by Qwame Larry, also available on Spotify.
Where can people go to find out more about your work?
You can find my work everywhere: On Instagram @youngceo_qwame, Apple Music, Spotify, YouTube, Tidal, iTunes, Pandora and many more by simply searching Qwame Larry.