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Thursday, December 20, 2012
Jaysin Christensen aka JourneyJay
Where are you in the
I reside in Santee, California, USA.
A suburb of San Diego County.
Tell me about your creative endeavors...
I make music, I act, I do
it all. If it's art, I'm doing it. JourneyJay is more than just a man, it is a
way of life. I am a voice for other artists, and plan on being the biggest name
Do you write your own
Yes. I will accept other
lyricists creations though, and I will credit them.
Where do you like to write?
I like to create my art in
Jack In the Box, Starbucks, and I would love to have a home to work in or a
studio, but I'm struggling with homelessness.
Do you have a favorite musician/inspiration?
Justin Bieber, part of the
Island Def Jam Music Group.
How do you maintain thoughts and ideas?
I don't, they just come to
me, and if I'm sitting at my workspace I put them down. It becomes a challenge
because I walk around a lot, and without a mobile voice recorder I lose many
genuine masterpieces. Technology costs money, and I give out my music for FREE.
Do you have suggestions for beginning musicians/producers?
BELIEVE. It's one word,
it's simple, and it gets right to the point. No matter what you do, believe in
what you're doing and forget what anyone else says. You'll go through
challenges, you'll be hurt, you'll want to give up, you may even hit rock
bottom...but if you BELIEVE you'll make it. Something always picks up on your
bravery to continue...and that thing will always be there to make sure you can
keep going. Look at me? I'm homeless and I never ask for money. I make music,
and I still believe I'll make it to success. Once that happens, I can put this
life behind me and finally do what I want to do. Buy a car, a bike, get a place
to live, go on tour. I will be the next big thing, because I believe in it, and
I don't give up.