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    Von Siwel Released A Hit Single Titled “I Love It”

    Singer and songwriter Von Siwel, born and raised in the beautiful city of Ypsilanti, MI, has released a new hit song titled “I Love It,” the opening of the piece displays his ability to structure well-arranged sounds surrounded with very romantic instrumentations that take us out of this world.

    His melodic vocals with the well-produced 808 bass-driven beats give us that feeling of wanting to cuddle up and be loved. Von Swiel is no stranger to the music scenes, and he has promised to continue his clean strick of uploading authentic, distinctive lyrical content for all his fans around the globe.

    Von Siwel had a conversation with us and answered our distinctive 8 Questions. Check it out below.

    HYPEFRESH: So tell us, how did it all begin? What encouraged you to start playing and making music?

    Von Siwel: I knew very young that I wanted to write and perform music. I began songwriting at 11 years old. I was always a quiet, introverted kid, but music brought me out of my shell. I used to dance and choreograph routines with my sister and cousins.

    HYPEFRESH: Talk me through your creative process when you write new music.

    Von Siwel: My creative process varies. Sometimes I hear a melody in my mind, and I’ll record it on my phone’s voice notes. I have hundreds of random recordings on my phone, and I usually come back around to them, and they become an element of a song. Some songs begin as a thought, and I’ll write those thoughts down. I listen to beats as well and from there just let the beat speak to me. I am free with my creativity and never force a song. I write some songs in one day and others over a while. I like to pull inspiration from everything and everyone around me, but most of my songs come from personal experiences.

    HYPEFRESH: Can you tell us about your new single, “I Love It”?

    Von Siwel: my new single, “I Love It,” is inspired by old-school R&B from the 90s that I grew up listening to; it’s about feeling so infatuated with someone and wanting to express that candidly, allowing yourself to be vulnerable in a relationship and fall deeply into it.

    HYPEFRESH: What do you like most about being a music artist?

    Von Siwel: What I love most about being a music artist is the freedom it gives me to express who I am and how I feel. It gives me an outlet to say what I want in ways I couldn’t if I weren’t making music. Music is a universal vibration and frequency that brings people together, and I love being a part of that.

    HYPEFRESH: What projects do you have coming up? Can you give us any info on them?

    Von Siwel: I am working on my first EP, which will be a prelude to my debut album. I don’t want to reveal too much, but I will say it will be full of love songs. Very vibrant, sexy, and eargasmic! Haha, I’m so excited.

    HYPEFRESH: Do you have any advice for our readers who may be trying to enter the game of music?

    Von Siwel: I wouldn’t say I have any advice, for I am still learning. The best advice I have ever been given is to stay true to who you are as an artist. Allow yourself to be moved by your inspirations, but find your unique voice and sound and ride that wave. The industry seems to be full of a lot of the same, and that’s awesome, but There’s only one version of me. I am one of them, and I plan on following that advice.

    HYPEFRESH: How do you solve productivity/scheduling problems and reduce overwhelming situations?

    Von Siwel: Honestly, I rarely get overwhelmed. I’m only particularly eager to do something if I’m ready to do it. I prefer peace and operate in my own time and space.

    HYPEFRESH: Name Three things you can’t live without when recording in the studio.

    Von Siwel: When recording, I have to have my tea. I want Lemon tea with honey or chamomile to soothe my vocal cords. I need my water, and I prefer to be in comfy clothes, lol.

    Stream “I Love It” on Spotify

    Connect with Von Siwel: Instagram TikTok Spotify

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