Trevy is best known for writing emotional, danceable and catchy melodies. He’s constantly exploring styles and influences that can make his music gain a unique identity among others. Trevy’s music has seen the support of the likes of Moska and Tiesto. Read on to find out a bit more about the young musical genius.
1. Tell us a bit more about how you first got in to music?
From a young age I have always been into music. At first, I started to sing, and then I got into piano lessons when I was around 12. The sad part was that I had a boring teacher that only taught classical music, which resulted in me quitting piano lessons after 2 years. After that experience, I found other interests until I finally discovered dance music around 2011, when Levels by Avicii was released. Since then, this genre has captivated me making me download my first copy of Fl Studio around 2014.
2. What song made you fall in love with dance music?
The song that made me fall in love with dance music was Strobe by Deadmau5. I remember listening to it and feeling chills all over my body. This was one of the songs that made me think about the power that music can have to move human being’s emotions.
3. If you could be trapped eternally in one decade of music what would it be and why?
Even though I love 80’s music, I would still choose to be trapped in this decade. I can’t describe the feeling when I first heard artists like Avicii and Swedish House Mafia. I feel like I am part of this generation and my goal is to make this decade even better with my music.
4. Who are your biggest inspirations?
Although I admire many people and other artists, my inspiration comes from life itself. My family, friends and surroundings inspire me.
5. If you could change one thing about the music industry what would it be?
I would change the fact that some artists are very talented, but they don’t get the recognition they deserve. I wish many young talents could be heard but sometimes there are not enough outlets for them. Likewise, there are many artists that have been in the scene for years, but they still don’t have enough bookings because they don’t have a good manager or booking agent behind them.
6. Who would you love to collaborate with?
My dream collaboration would be with P!nk. I think she has a very unique tone of voice. If you haven’t heard her remake of the movie The Greatest Showman soundtrack ‘A Million Dreams’ you are missing out!
7. What did you want to be when you were younger?
I have always wanted to be an entertainer. When I was a kid I used to do magic and always loved the way I made people feel. Nowadays, I still fuel myself with that same feeling and focus making other people happy with my music.
8. Tell us one fun fact about yourself?
When I was a kid, I loved standing in front of crowds of people and start to sing opera. I liked to see their faces once I poured my Pavarotti’s voice out. Unfortunately, after time I lost my voice, but I am back in singing lessons to hopefully be able to sing opera again.
9. Where do you see yourself in 3 years time?
I see myself as a consolidated artist, touring the world and helping other producers out. I will also love to be an example to people and show the world that with passion, dedication, and hard work you can achieve your dreams.
10. What would you be doing if you weren’t doing music?
Apart from being a producer, I am also an Engineer. I have one semester left to graduate from Industrial Engineering at the University of Central Florida. When I graduate my plan is to work full time on music for two years to see how it goes. If it doesn’t work out I would probably dedicate to my professional field of study.