“It was something to share because I had been very quiet… For me, there were a lot of people that would tug and tug, like ‘When are you going to drop a project?’”
Dwight Junior says he considered whether he should make new music because other people want to hear it, or because he was in the mood to create it.
“Artists have become like a candy machine when it comes to music. You already expect what you’re going to get when you pick it. They get their money and the people get their little songs.”
This month he released an EP titled Never What You Ask For, and says it announces himself as someone who is not giving in to being a cookie-cutter artist.
“I’m just an old-fashioned guy that makes music and hopefully you enjoy it.”