HCM Interviews Dreemy Sinatra

HCM. How did you come by your stage name?
Dreemy Sinatra. I used to go by the name Deshon Hodges. It was my middle and last name but, I’m with my brothers and we call our crew Dreemy/YSE so everybody is sorta “Dreemy” and then your spin on it , so I’m half Italian and I could always remember some family members playing Sinatra back in the day and it was so smooth. I feel like the way I flow my lyrics is as smooth as sinatra so.. I’m Dreemy Sinatra

HCM. When did you discover your love for music and what made you realize you wanted to pursuit a career in music?
Dreemy Sinatra. Well when nine I was participating in the school talent show cause I always loved school events and I started to sing “Ne-yo – So Sick” and the crowd was really giving heavy clapping singing along and cheering when I was done. Honestly that’s when I knew from then I started trying to do covers of peoples songs then I started writing my own music. My father used to play all the hits back in the day, I grew up off of Michael Jackson, New Edition, DMX, 50 Cent, Tupac, Biggie Etc.. everything and that used to be all I wanted to listen to. My Friends introduced me to all the new wave artists and underground artists for the youth, that’s what I crafted my style on I wanna have that 90’s – 2000’s flow but with that new wave sound and that’s what I do.

HCM. On your current/upcoming album… How did you come up with the concept for this project?
Dreemy Sinatra. I was just sitting up one night writing music and rehearsing songs I could perform in my living room jumping around making more tracks and I looked out the window and it was morning I wasn’t even tired I felt so successful not saying that was my goal but just showing how when you are really in creation mode time flies that’s my album time is flying and I’m trying to capture everything before it goes away “Dusk Till Dawn” all these memories that stick with you get older but they still effect you if you don’t speak on em so this is me letting them out.

HCM. What are some of your greatest challenges as an artist, and what is your greatest attribute when it comes to your work ethic?
Dreemy Sinatra. I think the greatest challenge for some artists is finding your direction , anybody can go to the studio or record a song on their phone and upload it , but not many people really know how to get out there or get the attention Its a whole business to this you gotta know how to network and how to play your cards. I feel like my greatest attribute is I work nonstop no breaks I want this more than anything and you can’t stop when this is your dream.

HCM. Is there anyone you’d like to thank, any shout outs?
Dreemy Sinatra. Yes my engineer And big bro JamalTheGreat , My Dreemy And YSE Brothers my family and all the ones I grew up with that stayed by my side through everything and my new PR Team Tara Thomas Agency.

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