Neptune Chats With TMI About His Debut Project Being Released Soon

Hey Neptune!! So excited to be chatting with you. You are currently gearing up to release your debut project that will feature 14 songs for the planet’s 14 moons, including his Post Malone endorsed first single, “Outcast”. What’s been your reaction to the fans anticipation for your new project?

It really gives me a lot of motivation to keep on going and do what I do. The pressure is real for me right now but the support helps one thousand percent.

How excited are you to get this project out into the world?

Very excited! I have so many cool ideas for the project and so many directions I can take it. I really get so show everyone what’s in my head.

What do you hope your supporters will think of the new music?

I don’t know. I just want my fans to feel my music. If they can relate or connect to it in any way—I’m happy.

What type of music are you leaning towards for your music career?

 Just the type of music I would listen to really. Some of the tracks are really laid back and others are super hype. Definitely leaning to sounds that you could picture in movie trailers. Almost like theWeeknd; not all mainstream—I want to create really artistic sounds.

What’s up next for you after the release of this project? A tour maybe? 

I’m not sure but I definitely want to perform more at the shop when the next few singles release. That’s so much fun. After that, maybe perform other places—who knows.

How do you want your relationship to be like with your supporters?

I want to be as honest with them as I can. I can be very opinionated sometimes but I think we need more of that. We need more people to actually speak their minds instead of accepting everything.

What do you want your supporters to know that you think is important?

I want them to know that more stuff is coming, it’s just all been kinda slowed down due to the isolation. It’s actually a benefit to me though. I get to spend time with family and friends which keeps me brainstorming. 

What’s something your fans don’t know about you?

I have over 100 hours in Fallout: New Vegas. Way before the quarantine lol

 What do you want your fans to know if they ever see you in public? 

LOL don’t be nervous if you catch me out in a chic fil a or something. I’m pretty friendly and willing to chat for a little bit. It’s funny when I see someone who knows me but they’re afraid to come say hi. Next person I see doing it, I’m going to walk right up to them and say hello; you’ve been warned.

What do you want your message to be towards your fans? What do you want your fans to take away from your music and shows?

To just be yourself really. Don’t be afraid to express and show off who you really are—individuality is dope.

What’s one word you would use to describe what your fans have allowed you to accomplish?

They’ve helped in being able to reach out to certain people and do what I want with this new direction i’ve taken. People take my ideas and direction more seriously now, so I think the best word would be REACH. 

Is there anyone in the music business you are dying to meet?

Either Gorillaz or Childish Gambino would be amazing!

Why do you think social media is so important for artists like yourself? 

It helps with getting to a broader audience and just get more eyes on what you’re doing. Also helps if what you’re doing is a bit different from the rest. Social media can help people support what you create.

What would you say is your biggest dream/goal right now?

Just to get this album out to be honest. This will be my first project that I’ve had 100% control over. Exhausting but so worth it when it’s finally out. 

Any last things you want to tell your supporters?

I know it’s very cheesy and overdone but really, thank you guys for being with me and waiting so long for me to get stuff out. I would not be able to do what I love if it wasn’t for you guys.

Thank you for taking the time to do this interview with us 🙂

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