- Gender: Male
- Age: 22
- Country: United Kingdom
- Height: 175cm/5ft 9inch
- Clothing Size (Male): Medium (M)
- Shoe Size (UK Male): 12
- Eye Color: Blue/Green
- Skin Color: Fair
- Hair Color: Medium Blonde
- Hair Length: Short
- Tattoos: No
- Experience: Driven and Determined Singer
The first thing you would learn about me is that I’m just myself. I know people perceive me as being eccentric once they get to know me as they tell me they find me funny, even though I’m not trying to be funny on purpose; I’m starting to think that it’s just me, so I’m taking that personality perk and keeping it, why not! I understand that not everyone will appreciate you, no matter what you do, but I wouldn’t want those people in my life anyway. When I make my music, I do it because that’s my passion and I try and connect with people in the way I feel myself when I perform. I definitely have hard passions to achieve my dreams as I would love to show the nation and then the world my music and how much it really means to me. Likes would be showing the ‘me’ side with my music and I love it when people can connect to my music, as I know I work hard to get those feelings across, which is why I would love to be given a fantastic music opportunity, weather that’s on TV or a deal. Thats my deal. Dislikes, jealousy. Keyboard warriors can go away, to put it nicely. Weather in person or on–line, leave your jealousy comments to yourself. It’s plain to see. Don’t show yourself up. We’re adults here, I think..
Experiences ever since I left school was to go out and audition for shows, (to boost my confidence), as it was greatly pushed back from bullying at school. I’ve learned every since my very first audition for Britain’s Got Talent, it’s about standing out and being yourself, which is what I’ve learned over these years. In 2014, I performed in the same show as GABZ from Britain’s Got Talent, I remembered I was quite nervous, as I never done anything like that before. Which is why you have to start somewhere to help with your confidence. Ever since that, I’ve took every day/month/year to audition for shows, get experience in auditioning and performing, which brought me to 2017, when I got scouted for The Voice, it was great and worthwhile, even though I didn’t make the blinds. Again, its the experience which can make or break you at the points your not ready, and the points you are. I’m definitely ready now! Last year, I met someone at a competition at a ‘Hansom Cab’ audition for ‘The Horse Factor’; her name is ‘Jodie Carnall’, she was the judge for the regionals. She’s recently done a charity calendar for ‘The Brain Tumour’ charity as she lost her aunt from it. A few months later, she asked me to be a performer at her launch party for 2018’s calendar. We are now working on a charity song which will hopefully be released soon. She’s doing one this year for 2019 and she asked me and my mum if we would like to be in it, so I am; doing something completely different to boost my body confidence, being a model. Recently, Jodie has been on TV for ‘Take Me Out’ 2016-17 and most recently, ‘Coach Trip’. It was a pleasure even meeting her to start with as its opened up a few small doors for me to go through to help with my music, confidence and most importantly, getting to know yourself. I went for a competition in Sheffield just before Christmas in December last year. For the semi-finals earlier this year (2018), that is when I met one of the guest judges ‘Jamesy’, which I originally befriended him on FaceBook as I seen him on The X Factor before. We were talking before the competition, getting to know each other a little more. Once I met him and performed in the semis, I made him cry at the song I sang as it connected with him so much. Connection is my goal with my music, more than anything. James told me to send my music out; that is when he started helping me get out a little more but putting my details forward. After the grand final, he told me to copyright my original song I sang in the final, he told me to copyright it before anyone else claims it as theirs, which I did. He has carried on helping me by putting me forward to people in the industry, which has helped me a lot and I really appreciate it, leading me here. Over the years, even last year, I can see my improvements and how much I’ve come; from years a go, to this day, its been a weird but amazing journey to be where I am now. Hopefully this path would lead me to something amazing!
I am a singer-songwriter, so I write original material/lyrics and I try and make sure people have the same connection I feel whilst writing and performing the song. I have this American producer who produces my music from the rough material I send him, to make my music the best it could possible be starting from scratch.