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Exclusive Interview: Nick White

August 4, 2022

“Ghost” is the newest single created by Nick White and NYC’s own Bryce Quartz, a song about battling the demons you face inside yourself. This is what happens when a sorcerer and a rapper team up, recorded early 2021 down in North Carolina with a little bit of spirit and tenacity over the course of 2 days. A year and a half later, we have the finished product… that is far from what the original demo sounds like. Afters tons of blood, sweat, tears, and hard work, the magic spell has finally arrived — with hopes of inspiring all those around the world who are suffering.

Read our exclusive interview below!

For those who don’t know, who is Nick White?

I’m here to continue to create magic and was honored to have Bryce on this track.

How would you describe your sound?

I came up with “Galactic Trap,” which features a bass heavy inflection, slower rhythm, whisper tones, and a touch of magic.

You’re from California, how does that play into your life and career?

As an artist, nothing is more important than the freedom to be who you are and California has made that possible on so many levels.

Biggest influences?

My mentors, collaborators, life coaches, producers, and all the people who have helped me to push the needle forward.

At what point did you realize this music thing was forreal?

Every day it becomes more real than the day before.

You just released “Ghost,” bBring us back to the making of the song.

I was intrigued when I witnessed what could happen to someone with a ghost inside. Then working with a great crew, we took the production to new heights and now here we are talking about it’s premiere.

What do you want fans to get from the record?

To believe.

How does music help your mental health?

In every way, shape, or form.

3 things you need in the studio?

A good sound engineer, gummy bears, and hot tea.

What would you be doing if you weren’t doing music?

Flying spaceships.

Goals for yourself as an artist at this point of your career?

After recently minting 3 NFTs, I’ll continue to build my collection as long as people are listening.

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