How did you come by your stage name?
Let me give some background with the answer. I’m a one-man band, literally. I’m compositional, a studio artist, and not a touring act yet. There were plenty of names on the table, but none of them fit me exactly. Nudaros derived from desnuda that means emancipation, reality, and my actual identity.
When did you discover your love for your craft and what made you realize you wanted to pursue a career in it?
I’ve always been surrounded by music my whole life. My love for music has been ingrained as a kid. Attraction to music came quite naturally to me. As a kid, I had constant exposure to Rock music, my older brother’s assorted collection of the 80s, 90s, and LP vinyl. I began to understand music more once I learned how to write and tell my own stories musically but my passion for it had just begun and at that moment I wanted to know more about music so much that I was developing a career while developing as an artist.
Also living in Spain as a student have more passion about their music, culture and kindness people. Music always seemed natural to me, an ingrained love, the best means whereby I can express my authentic soul. It’s the ultimate form of self-expression for me, so my music represents my voice to the world.
To what or whom do you accredit your sense of style?
My sense of style, I assume you mean the style of music and hence my influences. First, as I said my older brother was a seminal influence being musical himself and a professional pianist. Next, my influences depend on which period of life.
As a teenager, I was influenced by Guns and Roses, Nirvana, Metalica, and Kiss. After that generally changed my music style and I got passionate about Hip-hop, Reggaeton, and Latin music, at that time I was influenced by Daddy Yankee, IVY Queen, Shakira, J Balvin, and Bad Bunny.
On your current project, how did you come up with the concept?
Well, obviously my life events and experiences gave me many ideas, and always a title hit me as merely a passing idea. After that, I always made a conversation with my manager and my friends to make it more cooked.
What are some of your greatest challenges, and what is your greatest attribute when it comes to your work ethic?
the stiffest obstacles for me have been my own self-imposed limitations and belief in myself. I’m highly analytical, sometimes to a fault. But in making this record, I quit overthinking everything. Too much thinking and analyzing inevitably leads to “paralysis by analysis.” So I just moved ahead more with my gut instinct.
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For me, in the songwriting process, there is a point at which the composition becomes an organic entity, and I have a keen ear to listen for its own voice. I have a synergistic relationship with my songs.
Are you the best at what you do in your opinion?
I would deny mastery on anything. I believe no matter how proficient a player might be, it’s impossible to objectively measure the “best,” since music is an inherently subjective enterprise; it’s art, and by definition appreciation of one’s art rests primarily within the “eye of the beholder”; or, with music, in the ear of the listener.
To me, the freedom found in personal subjectivity is the essence of authentic musical creation. My mindset is that I just need to be the best artist I can be, and let others judge who’s “best.”
What are your plans for the near future?
I will be spending the next year continuing the heavy promotion of my debut record. Besides this, I’m always writing, creating, and drawing inspiration from everything in life. I do have some ideas swirling in my head for a possible sequel, Symmetry II. Beyond this, I’ve had some offers available to speak with some record labels who have expressed interest in my type of music. It’s something to think about, maybe pray about, I suppose.
Is there anyone you’d like to thank, any shout outs?
I would like to thank my family specially my mom whose godly advice and counsel are always timely and My brother for the incredible support.
How can fans find you?
Apparently, everywhere. I just released the record like Spotify, Apple Music … and my social media like Instagram, Facebook …
What suggestions do you have for other artist like yourself?
Be authentic; be true to yourself, no matter what. You will be most fulfilled as an artist when you create music in your own image, not someone else’s. Second, resist the urge to overthink or hyper-analyze everything. Don’t practice every note of a lick before laying down a take, just pick it up and start playing and let the soul speak.
You can get so stuck in analysis, theory, structure, rules, that you get stuck in the mud regarding anything productive or truly musically meaningful.