What led you to the music industry?
KS: The creative process of it all, it can get frustrating and fun at the same time. But when it comes together it's always a good feeling.
How would you describe your style?
KS: I would describe my style as erratic- a Midwest feel something you wouldn’t normally hear from an artist.
How often do you write?
KS: As often as I can between school and track. Any free time I get i’ll take it! I’m writing or listening to music to find more inspiration.
Is there more to music, than simply writing?
KS: Absolutely, if you care about it deeply enough there’s always something more to it. Other aspects like performing, recording, thinking of new ideas all more to music than just writing.
What do you think of people that are in the industry just for the money?
KS: People have their own reasons to be in this industry i don’t judge people’s reason. I look at it like this, why do people get jobs? They do it for the money to feed their families their personal reasons in some ways music is a 9-5 but in its own special way.
What keeps you going/ motivated?
KS: My family and my future wife. What my parents did for me, I want to do it better for mine.
What makes you different, among other artists?
KS: I’m just being myself to be honest, which is why I said it’s a gift and a curse. I can’t necessarily say what type of identity I have, which leaves fans wondering.
What's your view of drug use in the music industry?
KS: There’s a lot of drug use in every industry. I drink so i don’t really have a point of view. As artists we have a huge platform, we aspire to inspire however people often forget we are still human however we take on the responsibility to be role models but when u have that type of power comes microscopic scrutiny.
Have you faced people trying to use you in this industry, name a time?
KS: Yes, and its a little difficult to see sometimes.