Interview: E.P. The Dreamer

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Hi E.P. The Dreamer! How are you?

What’s good!? I’m feeling amazing! In dealing with the toughest year in 100 years, in a pandemic that’s hurting so many right now, I personally feel really blessed in where I’m headed. 

Where are you from?

I’m from Los Angeles, CA. I grew up in the San Fernando Valley. I’ve lived in the best and worst parts of LA.  

What is your greatest inspiration for your music?

My greatest inspiration is to inspire listeners to believe in themselves no matter the size of the obstacle. I love feeling energized off listening to a song, knowing I can have whatever I want to enjoy after listening to that. 

What are 3 words that describe your music?

Painful, spiritual, and energetic. 

What is the hardest subject you’ve ever written about?

Probably the time when I lost one of my good friends and old AAU basketball teammate when I was 19. He had passed away at 21 and when I wrote about our memories together in a song, I could feel his presence in the room. It was super emotional to write, but I got a sense he appreciated me telling his story. 

What are the challenges of being an artist?

There’s so many to be honest. Managing your budget might be the toughest one because you have to spend on so many things that allows you to help create the content you’re going to need to push out and also how it’s going to be pushed out to reach fans. Next I would think is maintaining your image and brand. 

Are you planning on releasing new music soon?

Yes I plan on releasing a new single about the first time experiencing sex. I’m going to put it out hopefully in December, hopefully before my birthday on the 21st.

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About Chris Anderson

Christian Anderson is a force in the world of Marketing and PR, founding his own successful Digital Marketing & PR firm Lost Boy Entertainment Company. In 2020, Anderson became youngest member of the Forbes Communications Council.

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