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My name is MkX. I express myself through the art of writing and producing pop music. I juxtapose electronic, hip-hop, future bass, and trap production with a pop writing format. My songs are very dramatic, since I am a very over the top person. My work combines the past and the future. I pay homage to history and eras that I admire and infuse it with my fascination for hi-tech futurism.
There is a constant drive and passion inside me to create. From stage designs and outfits to toplines and musical arrangements, I’m always creating. As an artist, I like to use visual art to accompany my music. I feel that it completes my vision, giving the audience the ultimate experience of my self expression. Each song I create has a visual concept that goes hand in hand with the piece. I incorporate inspiration from humans that I respect, along with concepts I pull from my journey of becoming “MkX”. I love to integrate nostalgia of my past into my work.
I write my songs in a very specific way. I write them with intricate detail, but still make them somewhat vague. I love synthesizing scenarios with song lyrics, but I make sure never to specify who I am talking about. I never use pronouns because I want everyone to be able to relate to my lyrics. This allows the listener to apply my music to their own situations. Not only do I use music as a form of self expression, but also as a method of healing. Music has helped me throughout my entire life, and I want to make the music that helps others. One way to describe my sound is “feel-good music.” Music that uplifts the spirit and puts a bandaid on any temporary or long-lasting pain.
The “X” in my name represents confidence and self-expression through art. I used to be very self-conscious of what people thought of me. It affected how I acted, wrote music, and lived my life. I decided to create a character that embodied everything I wanted to be as a person. From auditory/visual art and fashion to attitude and confidence, I developed a persona that represented the best version of myself. After a lot of work and self-discovery, I eventually became the person that I wanted to be. I think it is possible for everyone to find their “X.” If I could do it, you can too. I want people to use my music to bring out their inner confidence. I want my music to change the way people carry themselves. I want them to feel like a bad-ass as they walk down the street with my song playing through their headphones. I want to make people the best them they can be with my art.
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