Demione Louis Interview
Demione Louis is set to release his newest track “Stand Up” and it is just as powerful as all of his other music. “Found Me” is his newest EP which is set to be a big hit. It is very obvious that Demione Louis is a hard-hitting and talented artist who uses music as an escape. This escape has helped Demione connect with audiences
Pre-save link for “Stand Up”: https://ffm.to/stand-up-demione-louis
Rock the Hip Hop Demione Louis Interview
What city are you from?
I am originally from Port-De-Paix, Haiti, my pops hometown. I believe it was at the age of seven years old my family moved to Ft Lauderdale Florida. Spent most of my teenage life in South Florida then moved to Orlando in 1996.
How has your city influenced your sound?
For many musicians, making music is a kind of escape from the circumstances and an attempt to understand them. I always felt like my life was on a stage in front of a live audience. My city has never judged my pain but always influenced me to find healing through my music.
Tell us about your best performance?
The best performance in my own experience is House of Blues Orlando located in Disney Springs (2012). We shared the stage with a number of other local artists that became my family. We all dressed up in suits and gave the audience a classy performance.
Talk about your latest project.
The latest project is an EP called Found Me. This society that you grew up in can put ideas in your head about the type of person you ought to be. Your identity is not a fixed thing. It is constantly changing and being molded by your experiences. Remember, to find yourself is to be able to move through life with confidence in who you are and what you stand for. This EP represents the day I found myself.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
The music industry is constantly changing. To keep up, you need to stay informed. My goal is to build up a strong marketing platform to help new artists in the industry. I have known quite a few artists that give up their music careers simply because of a lack of knowledge. I Have helped some artists from my city but would love to learn more to help the further potential artists on a much wider scale.