You seem very easygoing, very laid back. How do you turn it up for you shows and videos?
That’s the easy part. I can do dances and shit like ok. Do it again? Like ok no problem. That’s dope. It’s almost like when you got to go to a club and you’re like, yeah, you don’t think, Oh, should I dance? You just go for it and have fun then you’re like oh shit I gotta go home and whatever. I’ve always wanted to get the attention. I’m an only child so then you’re like me, me, me. Sometimes in an annoying way, I must say myself but sometimes in a good way.
The single, “I Don’t Like,” where did you pull inspiration from? Was it a recent relationship?
I was a bit pissed off that day [laughs], and I was laying down some melodies and saying some words here and there. Let’s just do that then. I write most of my songs with my writing partner Mike Hamilton, and he came in [the studio] like, ‘You sound like you’re pissed off.’ Let’s just write a song about that; let’s just go there. And that’s what we did, which was pretty cool.
Now, your style is a visual orgasm. There’s a pop. Where do you draw your inspiration?
I don’t know. I don’t know if guys have it but girls do. We can walk down a street and boom, we see it! That’s what we want.
Yeah, something that’s very attention-grabbing.
And that’s like we all have our own DNA. I [like] mostly edgy stuff, androgynous. Like a girl can wear it, a guy can wear it but it’s still feminine. I like very heavy metals and stuff.
Do you like specific shop in specific places?
Yeah, I mostly [shop] on Google. I just type it in.
So, you’re a big online shopper?
Yeah, big time!
Are you addicted? Is this something we have to get your help for [laughs]?
[Laughs] I almost was gonna be addicted, then I started to regular stop and shop, ‘cause you see how it really fits you and how it suits you.