The songwriter, singer, songwriter and producer was born in Brooklyn, New York, but has been making music since the late 1980s.
The Brooklyn-born singer/songwriter is best known for his hits like “I’ll Give You My Love” and “I Will Make You Mine.”
His new single, “I Wanna Make You” is about his journey of finding love and making it, and he recently spoke with Billboard about his songwriting and writing process.
“I’m not a songwriter that is in a position where I can say ‘I’m gonna write this song for you,'” he said.
I think I wrote it before I was able to say I will, and I think that’s what got me to where I was.””
It was actually something I had to go through as a songwriting process to get where I am.
I think I wrote it before I was able to say I will, and I think that’s what got me to where I was.”
The song was written during his childhood, he said, “because I had this weird thing where I thought I was gonna be a song writer forever, but it was actually really good at making me want to write music.”
He says the song is a “little bit of an homage to my early childhood” and is a tribute to his father, the late musician and producer George Jones.
He said he wanted to write a song to honor the life of George Jones, but that his father was the one who got him started.
“George Jones was a legend in music,” he said of his father.
“He was a pioneer in this country and he was a huge influence in so many ways.
He had this kind of attitude that he was gonna do whatever it takes to make a record.
He was a very positive, positive, caring person.
He really wanted to make the music that people would love, and that’s kind of what it was about.”
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