Q1. We heard your new track “Be The Same” was released on the 22nd of November Can you tell us a bit more about your new track?

Sure! ‘Be The Same’ is a track that was written during one of the writing camps from Be Yourself Music & BMG Talpa in 2018. I came up with a rough instrumental and we started from there. Within a day the track was already as good as finished. All we had to do was fine-tune and polish it! 

At the end of the day we showed the result to the other artists, who also took part in the writing camp, and the response we got was amazing. At that point we knew we were on to something. 

The song has light and distant production in the breaks and retro and electronic sounds in the drop, while the vocal by Renae takes the track away.



Q2. How is this track special compare to other tracks you’ve released throughout your career?

‘Be The Same’ still contains that Lulleaux vibe, but it’s a little bit more experimental. I used a variety of synths and basslines to introduce some retro stuff. This is also my first track in which you can hear all the writers sing. Yes, including me: luckily we have Auto-Tune!  


Q3. For this track you collaborated with singer Renae, could you tell us a bit more about the collaboration?  

As it turned out Renae also took part in the writing camp. We didn’t know each other before, but for that day we were placed in the same studio. We started listening to some instrumentals and - because the vibe was really good -  we had a strong melody in a few hours, including lyrics!  

I think a good and comfortable atmosphere is essential for a successful collaboration.  I felt lucky to work with Renae and I’m very happy with the result. 


Q4. The end of the year is approaching, so what’s in store for 2019? Any exciting new projects coming up that you can share with us?

I already got a lot of stuff ready for 2019. I will release a mix of chill, poppy tracks and some more up tempo tracks. No dates confirmed yet, but you better be ready!


Q5. What is DJ Mag to you as a DJ and producer?

It’s a must read for every producer/DJ. I got my hands on the magazine, even before I had ambitions as a producer. DJ Mag has played, without a doubt, a huge role in my dreams of becoming a producer/DJ. It still inspires me and keeps me up to date with all that is going on in this fast moving dance world. 


Q6. Please leave a message for your fans in Japan.

Hey guys! I hope you feel my new track and would love to know your honest opinion. Take care and hope to see you soon in Japan!