How did you get your stage name DC Wavvy?
I got my stage name from my initials and then I added the wavvy part just cause I liked it.
How would you describe your music to the public audience if they have never seen you before?
My music is about having fun but I also like being introspective. I want my fans to feel like they are in the studio with me and really be in that moment.
Thinking back to early childhood, what was your first experience with music like? What song/ do you remember most as a child?
As a young kid, my first experience with music was playing in a band with my brother. I played the drums and he played guitar.
What made you first realize you wanted to pursue a career in music/ entertainment?
I knew I wanted to pursue a career in music after I realized how much music meant to me. I was going through some tough times in high school and music was my escape. I just love how music can change my mood and make me feel.
How did you become involved in hip hop?
In high school, I was really focused on basketball but in my senior year, I quit the team cause I wanted to try something new. My friend who was a producer had a mic at his house so I would go over there and record with him sometimes after school. After that, I just got hooked.
What can people expect to see at your live performance?
People can expect to see a crazy show every time I perform. I love to bring the energy and have fun with the crowd. You’ll definitely see people dancing too.
What are your songs about? (What specific themes do they cover?
In my songs, you’re gonna hear the pains and joys of life as a college kid trying to make it. I talk about anything that comes to my mind really, like drugs, sex, heartbreak, love, etc.
How long have you been performing live or making art?
What do you think your “biggest break” or “greatest opportunity” has been so far in your career?
My biggest break was getting signed by Nu Music Group, an independent music label in Pasadena. I’ve been really lucky to be able to work with so many talented people that really care about me and I have 100% creative control over my music.
What has been the biggest challenge for you?
So far it has been the business side of things and just being patient; I always want people to hear my music right away. My first single Tasmanian Devil is out on all platforms, and I’m ready to face any challenge in order to get myself to a point where I can sell-out shows.