Yes MusiColors are the people who shot my podcast back in Cape Town. I have not had time to give my podcast any attention how it deserves, so I am waiting on the right moment to create a few more episodes which will be shot here in France. The podcast is called See Life Through My Eyes And I Swear You Wouldn't Blink. Having these different creative outlets to cross promote yourself has way more pros than cons. Any type of way people can step deeper into your thoughts is always a way to make anyone feel more connected. I felt creating my own podcast would help me be a bit more unfiltered while still being entertaining. I have cool ideas that will open more doors for my music and give others a platform to speak and be themselves on. As for IMMO Magazine
, I created this years ago just to have a way to showcase and promote things that inspired me. The first year I made it I got a few celebrities to be on my covers which helped my magazine to be spoken about and shared on Fashion TV. That really gave me the confidence to never stop but just do things the right way because running a magazine is a lot of work which I cannot do alone anymore. My magazine was a way for me to connect with people in the industry I was inspired by and give them a platform to promote their images, voice, work etc. they helped me gain some life changing connections for my music. To provide a service for someone who takes a liking to your work can only leave with something good. A digital experience for people through art. Magazines like METAL always inspired me for years and was one of the reasons I wanted to test those waters. I respect magazines like METAL to my soul. So when I put out IMMO next I need the magazine to be something on its own with a team behind me running it. The imagery at METAL is always so inspiring. The quality, feel and creative direction has always inspired me as a creative person in general , especially with my music. Things like this keep me grounded to keep working. Everything I am doing needs to leave people inspired.