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Joshua Lampkins: Real Music with a Touch of Different Genres

November 21, 20237 min read

When it comes to crafting music, few artists can compare with Joshua Lampkins. From his early years, Joshua has had a passion for music, using it as a way to express himself and calm his emotions. Growing up in a musically and artistically inclined family, Joshua was inspired by the likes of Chris Brown, Kendrick Lamar, and Michael Jackson to pursue a career in the music industry.

Joshua is no ordinary artist. He began his musical journey by teaching himself how to sing, write, and play, with the help of his first music teacher who taught him how to read music and understand rhythm. Joshua was able to master the saxophone as his first instrument, and he has since been able to create a unique sound to his music that is a mix of different genres.

His creative process is an interesting one. Joshua writes when the inspiration hits him, even if it means getting over blocks of writer's block. He enjoys creating for himself, but sometimes he'll switch up the vibe and listen to songs that his fans like. His main source of inspiration is to push himself in life and never give up or give in.

Joshua notes Chris Brown as the musician he admires the most, and his message to his fans is to never give up or give in, as life is what you make it and you never know the prize. His fans come from a wide range of ages and backgrounds, and Joshua takes the time to energize them when performing by emphasizing and hitting the best parts of his songs with extra strength.

When asked what skills are most important in the music industry, Joshua believes having a keen ear to listen and understand when to be creative or keep it simple is essential. He also believes it's important to learn, study, and understand old music and music history.

When asked what he enjoys most about being an artist, Joshua said he loves making the schemes for his music and seeing it all come together. His plans for the coming months include school for audio production and writing more music.

If you're looking to listen to some real music with a touch of different genres, then be sure to check out Joshua Lampkins on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/Q6KEx6zpVxw. For more information and to get in contact with Joshua, you can message him on Messenger here: https://www.messenger.com/t/5502462599846536.Q: What advice would you give to aspiring musicians?

dont give up and listen to yourself and your ideas and dont be afraid to be creative

The Interview

Q: What was the role of music in the early years of your life?

to calm and help me express feelings.I wrote for alot of my friends

Q: Are you from a musical or artistic family?

yes almost all my family has some type of musical talent whether playing or singing.

Q: Who inspired you to be a part of the music industry?

chris brown ,kendrick lamar and Michaël jackson

Q: How did you learn to sing/write/play?

i taught myself years of practice

Q: What was your first music teacher like?

he taught me how to read music and understand rhythm

Q: What was the first instrument you learned to play?


Q: What is the story behind your band/artist name?

well its my real name .i need help finding a real good stage name

Q: What was the first concert that you ever went to?

havent been to one yet but i really want to

Q: How could you describe your music?

real music with a touch of different genres

Q: Describe your creative process?

i literally write when it hits me, It comes and goes i get alot of blocks.i try to just do something different to get going.

Q: What is your main inspiration?

to stop myself from doing anything to keep pushing and be better in life

Q: What musician/artist do you admire the most?

chris brown

Q: What is one message you would like to give to your fans?

never give up or give in.life is what you make it you have to push through it all.you never know the prize

Q: How would you describe your fans?

my girl family and friends and the people i dont know they range in all ages and races

Q: Do you create for yourself or for your fans?

for myself more often but sometimes ill listen to different songs they like and switch the vibe

Q: Do you prefer to listen to music or create it?

both its 50/50 for me i listen more when i want to create

Q: Did your style evolve since the beginning of your career?

yes definitely.my cadence and singing has become more of a mix in what i create and therefore its evolved my vibe as a whole.

Q: Who do you see as your main competitor?

myself really.The only person or thing i challenge is myself to be better

Q: Would you agree that it is very important to learn, study and understand old music and

music history?

well depending on your genre you do yes.It also helps to do this when your making beats

Q: If you could have a musician tag along with you on tour for one month , who would you


Chris Brown for sure..it would be crazy.a crazy experience

Q: What do you enjoy most about being an artist?

making the schemes ...the different cadences and lyrics.its fun to see it all come together

Q: What skills are most useful in the music industry?

having a ear and knowing when to be creative or keep it simple

Q: How do you handle frequent travels and being away from home for long periods of time?

well for me i have a job so its hard but i can always get overtime

Q: How do you handle working evenings and nights?

pretty well you have to live life and work its the only way to survive

Q: When was the last time you performed in front of a huge audience?

at church like 2 month ago it was very unexpected

Q: Tell me about your best performance?

at churxh i really felt it and im great live amazing even its when i record it gets iffy

Q: . Tell me about your worst performance?

i dont personally believe ive had one

Q: Do you experience stress before going on stage?

no not really ive learnednto focus on diffeerent things

Q: What would you do if the audience looked bored during your performance?

keep performing and get through and hope i change they mind

Q: How do you energize the audience?

by emphasizing and hittin the best parts of my songs as best as i can with extra strength

Q: What is the biggest problem you have encountered in the journey of music?

writers block man it sucks lol

Q: If you could change one thing about the music industry, what would it be?

definitely how the quality of music has went down

Q: Have you ever participated in any music competition?

no i havent i probably should tho

Q: What are your plans for the coming months?

im in school for audio production so that.and writing more music

Q: Do you have any artistic collaboration plans?

no i want some tho ive been looking

Q: What does your typical day look like?

work work more work school work then video games

Q: How do you think social media has changed the music industry?

its definitely made the industry more of a joke quality wise but its been good for exposure of music in general

Q: What does your typical weekend look like?

work and schoolwork

Q: How do you balance the music and your other obligations-school, family, etc?

i work more in mourning and i do schoolwork and games at night

Q: What is the best gig you’ve ever played?

with my band at a farm actually lol

Q: What is the saddest song you've ever heard?

5,4,3,2,1 by aurora ...i cry every time lol

Q: What are your interests outside of music?

basketball and football and i play alot of games and read

Q: What advice would you give to aspiring musicians?

dont give up and listen to yourself and your ideas and dont be afraid to be creative

Q: What is your email?


Q: What is your Artist Name?

Joshua Lampkins

Q: Provide a link to your music.

Q: Provide a link where people can contact you.


joshua lampkins

Bobby Everything

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