4Seasons Breaksdown His Recent Single ‘Handle You’ In Recent Interview

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 4Seasons Breaksdown His Recent Single ‘Handle You’ In Recent Interview

Reputed for his thought-provoking lyrics, 4Seasons is a multi-talented musician who poses as a singer, songwriter, and today we had the chance to have an in-depth conversation with him.

His latest song, ‘Handle You’, delves into the complexities of breakups with a refreshing spin, dividing the narrative into two halves: the first one was about the earlier sadness and the other on the growth and the self-realization. While the music of 4Seasons is an embodiment of fortitude, it mirrors the same ideology that time conquers all.

Being exposed to the giant music personalities like Drake, Juice WRLD and Eminem at the beginning of his career has been a formative moment in his musical journey. From this stage he has been influenced by a variety of producers, such as Quadeca, SSJ Twinn, wifisfuneral and blvck sam. This conglomeration is reflected in his style and sound which is a heavy influence.

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Through our journey into the core of his creative process and inspirations, we discover how he transformed and was challenged as well as envisioning his future. Witness the unveiling of the artistic and seasonal music sounds that constitute his musical scenery as we embark on this journey together.

Listen to Handle You below


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What is your stage name?
I go by 4Seasons

Is there a story behind your stage name?
There is one major inspirations for my stage name: the “4” is derived from my favourite artist “Quadeca” (Quad, 4).

Where do you find inspiration?
I write a lot about past situations I’ve been in, as well as how I could envision my future being moving forward in my life

What was the role of music in the early years of your life?
I’ve always loved music. I can recall my mom and dad playing music in the kitchen back when I was 3 or 4 years old, and I would just dance away. Music has such a unique way of connecting people, and that’s what’s always drawn me to it.

Are you from a musical or artistic family?
I do not, I’m the first artist in my family. My sister is learning the guitar, but that’s about it from the family side of things.

Who inspired you to be a part of the music industry?
My biggest influences were artists Quadeca and Logic. I loved how simply brilliant they’re speed and style were. I always wanted to rap fast, but over the years I’ve grown to embrace a slower, more somber style of music.

How did you learn to sing/write/to play?
I never took any course or class for anything in my music career. I figured everything out on my own through sheer will and practice. For a completely independent artist I’m incredibly confident in the work I’ve been able to produce up to this point.

What was the first concert that you ever went to and who did you see perform?
In 2019 (Just before COVID) I had to opportunity to watch Logic perform in Vancouver, and the show was incredible. The entire crowd was feeding into the performance, it felt as if the entire building wa shaking. Definitely an experience I won’t be forgetting anytime soon.

How could you describe your music?
My music style is sort of all over the place, as I’ve made some somber tracks, some high-paced rap tracks, and many in between. I would say I don’t really have a set style, but rather I excel in many different styles (another reason why I chose the name “4Seasons” as my diversion into the difftt we ent genres would resemble the differences of the four seasons).

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Describe your creative process.
My creative process is quite simple, I just sit down with my notes app open and a great beat playing, and I just start writing. More often than not these tracks aren’t exactly to my liking in quality, but when I do stumble into a great idea I just run away with it, losing track of time completely.

What is your main inspiration?
I would definitely say my strongest inspiration for writing music is to bond (Both myself with others, and others with others). There is no possible way to explain the effects that music has on our ability to relate to one another and unite even the largest crowds, and from a very young age I wanted to be a part of that.

What musician do you admire most and why?
Quadeca will always me the musician I admire most. He creates, records, mixes, and masters all of his tracks on his own, and he’s never been afraid to make music his own way. He’s never made his music a certain way solely to appease any canvass, and I respect him and his work so much for that.

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 4Seasons Breaksdown His Recent Single ‘Handle You’ In Recent Interview

Did your style evolve since the beginning of your career?
I used to rap extremely fast. I wanted to get as close to Eminem’s speed as I possibly could. However, I’ve slowly evolved to realize that a “fast rap speed” doesn’t automatically make a song any better than a slower paced song. Nowadays I very rarely dabble in that Eminem style rap.

Who do you see as your main competitor?
Myself. I always want to be a better artist than the one I was yesterday. Constant improvement is the goal.

What are your interests outside of music?
I played competitive basketball for 5 years, so I play recreationally all the time nowadays. I also love business, I recently started my own window washing company (I’m 18 years old) and so far I’ve seen overwhelming success.

If it wasn’t a music career, what would you be doing?
Definitely something in the realm of business. I’ve always been drawn to that sector of the world, and I’m confident I would excel in any business-related position.

What is the biggest problem you have encountered in the journey of music?
I dealt with a massive writing block about a year ago. For some reason my process just stopped working for about 6 months. It was grueling, but I knew I had to stay persistent and that I was bound to break through my slump at any point. I’m so glad I stuck through that time in my music career.

If you could change one thing in the music industry, what would it be?
While not exactly a “feasible” change, I wish that relatively unknown artists could be judged by the value of their sound rather than the value of their name. There’s a pretty decent chance that the most talented musician alive isn’t very well known because that individual doesn’t understand how to market themselves or their music, and that definitely frustrates me from time to time.

Why did you choose this as the title of this project?
In all honesty, I thought the word play in the song was really unique and I wanted to make it the focal point of the package. (Ain’t gon’ grab your Instagram, I don’t think I can Handle You, “Handle” meaning Instagram handle as well as being unable to deal with a relationship with this person).


What are your plans for the coming months?
I’m working on an album as we speak. It will feature roughly 13 or so tracks, and I can’t wait to show it to my community of listeners. This project has already taken a lot out of me, and it will certainly take even more, but I’m so excited to release this project.

Do you have any artistic collaboration plans
I do have a collaboration with iLOSTMARI, a song that will be featured on my upcoming album. iLOSTMARI is an incredibly talented vocalist and I’m thrilled to have an opportunity to work with him on my project.

What message would you like to give to your fans?
Don’t allow yourself to fall into the hole that your environment has forced you to fit in. Be bold. Try new things until you find something you truly love, and once you’ve found it work obsessively at it. If you give your dreams your all, you will never ever be disappointed by the result. That, I can guarantee you.

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