Interview With Artist LATENIGHTJACE On His Latest EP & More

Today, we’d like to introduce you to LATENIGHTJACE. A creative Atlanta artist ready to show the world his many artistic talents while capturing his audiences with his music. Enjoy the interview down below:

Catch us up with your life! What are you currently working on?

I’ve been working on a few singles. Figuring out what sound I want to move forward with. I’m really going for a specific mood. I’ve been playing around with a few topics. Just trying to figure out which one fits best.

Did you come from a musical family? Was your family supportive of your artistic dreams when you first started? 

Some of my family sang music, so yeah I did. When I first decided that I wanted to make music, my father got me into a recording studio. So yes, he’d always tell me to keep writing, etc.

Which song from your EP Darkest Phase is your favorite & why?

It really depends, “Gotham City” really grew on me as time when on. The melodies, emotion, and storytelling I was present really sat well with me.

What do you hope your listeners take away from the EP?

I would just hope that the listeners walked away knowing that somethings is just a phase. A chapter ends and new one begins.

Do you go to one specific place when you start writing your music? How important is the location where you write your lyrics? 

I can write anywhere honestly. Location is important, in the right location I can channel certain energies. So I’ll be able to write a better song. 

Are you planning on releasing your upcoming EP, 3000, anytime soon? What would that EP be about?

I have no set date for the release of “3000”. The EP will be melody driven. 3000 is about something that would have been made in the future. I know we live in the 21st century. But 3000 is something that would have been made in the 30th century.

You grew up in Atlanta where you began testing out your creative skills both in school & the recording studio. Would you ever move out of Atlanta to continue pursuing your dreams?

Yeah I would move out of Atlanta. Even though I’ve fallen in love with the city. I really wouldn’t mind living in another place to chase certain things that I desire. 

What are your goals for 2020?

My goals in 2020 are to just make more music & build relationships with people.

What advice would you give to other creatives out there who are struggling to make time for one or more interest?

Set a schedule. Even if your working on your creative endeavors a little. It will fuel your creative spirit.


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