BRUNO QuickFire Questions

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Having previously appeared on tracks for the likes of French Montana, Wiz Khalifa and Swizz Beats, Brooklyn-based singer and songwriter has returned to deliver his latest anthemic collaboration Villain.

Working alongside Nathaniel The Great, the two deliver a bold and pulsing release that blends the worlds of RnB and electronica with effortless simplicity. Taking cues from the likes of Daft Punk and The Weeknd, this new belter will quickly become your favourite new release of the moment.

So with their new offering impressing us at every turn, we sat down BRUNO to find out more about who he is and what have been the most memorable moments of his career so far.

What has been the most influential moment of your musical career so far?

In 2018, I went on a trip to London and I visited my vocalist friend Janice Robinson who was performing in The Annual Classical by Ministry of Sound in Nottingham. This was the first time I saw a full orchestra of 50 musicians, a DJ, and a vocalist performing my favourite electronic songs of all time. It inspired me to create something as magical as what I saw. 

What would you say is the most common theme to all of your songs?

I want the energy of my music to inspire others to come out of their shell and feel free to express what they feel even if it goes against the wind. We all have goals we are afraid of achieving for fear of judgment, fear of failure, and the lack of belief. Sometimes we just need to put on a pair of headphones and listen to the tunes that will give us the momentum to make a move. 

What has been the most memorable moment of your career so far?

When I opened up for Drake at the Brooklyn Mirage. That was the biggest show I performed in so far.

What dreams or ambitions do you want to achieve at some point?

I want to collaborate with as many uniquely talented musicians as possible throughout my career to never stop learning the mysteries of the language.

And finally, where do you see yourself in five years time?

With everything that has happened in 2020, it is hard for me to plan ahead nowadays. I’m taking everything one step at a time without any rush. All I know is that I will still be making music in 5 years and that is a fact. 

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