Interview with Matthew Joseph

UK based artist Matthew Joseph will become the talk of the town in electro-pop infused new anthem ‘Chance’. Receiving praise from the likes of CLOUT Magazine, EQ Magazine and Twisted Male Magazine, Matthew has also collaborated with Derrick Barry of RuPaul’s Drag Race US. Having been featured previously on the likes of The X Factor, Matthew quickly realised the impermanence of that kind of shallow exposure and became determined to forge a meaningful path into the industry. He resolved to write his own music and lyrics, criticizing the current trend of virtual dating and our desperation for ‘online’ status whilst avidly supporting LGBTQ and other minority groups. 

To anyone new to your music, name 3 words that best describe your sound.

 Energetic fun and exciting 

Introduce yourself (yourselves) and your hidden talent!

Hi my names Matthew Joseph  my day job to fun my music career is bridal makeup artist and I can also beatbox.

What made you decide that music is the right path for you?

It’s all I’ve ever wanted to perform and entertain people the buzz you get is unreal 

What’s your writing process like? Do you write the music or lyrics first?

It always changes but recently it’s been lyrics first then me and my producer  will come up with something that works well got the vibe.

Do you prefer performing live or recording, and why?

Totally live 

It’s ok adrenaline and excitement and live music is what makes me love what I do.

Who are your main musical influences and why?

 I love many artists 

Britneys 2000s stage presence and also Freddie Mercury and gaga 

Lyrically and inspiring are bands like London grammar / lily alen 

If you could change about the music industry, what would it be?

To make it easier to be seen/ heard.

You can find Matthew Joseph on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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