Maui ARN is beginning to make a name for himself in the music world as he is a fun artist that makes great music. We recently caught wind of his new music video “Feelings Attached” and had to take some time get to know artist behind the track. Check it out below!
RESPECT.: Where are you based?
I am Long Island born and raised.
RESPECT.: How did this music journey begin?
I started taking it seriously in back in 2014. One of my friends would make beats and we were actually good. We just started making music since then.
RESPECT.: How’s that been going?
It’s been great and you get to visit different places. You also get to meet people that been in the game longer and soak up knowledge.
RESPECT.: How did the name Maui ARN come about?
Our group in high school was called Maui nation. I can’t really tell you how the Maui came about but I know it has something to do with how we felt and how we dressed up. We were very swaggy and always had the best fits.
RESPECT.: Aside from your newest song “Feelings Attached” I really like the song “Creep” I bet you get that a lot though. You really have music that sounds great especially to a women’s ears. Did you do that on purpose?
That is my biggest fan base right now. I didn’t try to direct my music like that. I think it is because of the emotions I share. I speak on old relationships in ways that are relatable and I just let it out and put it in the music. It is pretty therapeutic to be honest.
RESPECT.: Would you say feelings attached is an example of that as well?
It was pretty much true. I am not going to speak on the situation but it was pretty much real.
RESPECT.: What was the process behind the music and the song?
When making the song I was just writing what I was feeling to the beat. If you didn’t understand the song then you will understand the video. This is song is something you know about or you have been through. A lot of my music is going to be like that.
RESPECT.: What’s next?
More interviews and setting up for the future. I am hoping to drop another video soon and drop more music.
RESPECT.: What is that music already sounds like?
It is a mixture of everything. R&B vibes, turned up vibes, club vibes. A bunch of different personalities for every mood of the day. The next project I have on the way is called Don’t Speak On Me.
RESPECT.: Where do you see yourself in the next 10 years in the industry?
I see myself as an ambassador for several companies. A face of a brand because I feel like there is more than I can give beyond than just music.
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