Martin Garrix talks about music, artistic freedom and more in latest interview
Martin Garrix always seems to be the man of the hour and it’s always for good reason. The Dutch prodigy has been consistently out-doing himself over the last few months (and years) with multiple chart topping singles, headline gigs and his own record label, STMPD.
Speaking to Fuse.TV in a recent interview, Martin talked about how having his own label has given him more artistic freedom when it comes to making new music.
“There are no rules and no restrictions and to me; that’s the best feeling. I can’t wait to get really exciting songwriters in the studio with artists that I love and want to build.”
Garrix also talked about his recent hit ‘Scared To Be Lonely‘ and explained his choice to collaborate with Dua Lipa on that single. He even went as far as to say that she was one of the artists on his wish-list.
The Dutchie also speaks about what’s coming in the next few months; assuring fans that there’s a lot of new music in store and his highly anticipated gig at this year’s Coachella.
Check out the full interview with Fuse below: