His introduction to the bass world was quickly experienced with his earth shattering FuntCase collab “Death Stomp” to be followed by the dubstep anthem “Welcome Tune” as part of the DPMO Volume 3 compilation, all which came strongly supported by industry heavyweights Subtronics, Svdden Death, 12th Planet and more. Versa just released his debut EP through DPMO! All boast that unmistakable sound establishing Versa as uniquely exciting and talented artist with a very long prominent career ahead.
Hi Versa! How are you doing?
I am doing !
Take us back to the beginning, how did you found your passion into producing electronic music?
I started producing in high school after a friend introduced me to FL studio. We had been messing around DJing for awhile before that but eventually I wanted to make my own tunes to play and it was only natural to start with dubstep as I had wanted to make it since first discovering it some years prior while listening to a Pandora radio station.
You released an EP called “The Pit” through DPMO. Could you share the creative process behind about this EP?
The EP started with The Pit and the rest of the songs slowly took shape over the next year after.
“The Pit” include collaboration with Moley. How did you end up working with Money?
I stumbled upon Moley’s SoundCloud way before anyone knew who or what Versa was and really loved his sounds and heavy style. Eventually I came into contact with him through dm’s and after talking about music stuff for awhile we decided we wanted to start a project together. Working with Moley on Genesis was a lot of fun, make sure to check out his music!
What is your favorite song from the EP?
Definitely the title track, The Pit. The second drop specifically is one of my favorite things I’ve ever made. A close second would be Basics because I really like the second drop of that as well.
How have you been staying productive during the quarantine period?
It’s definitely not easy to stay motivated, especially with the lack of shows, but it’s important to develop healthy routines and find balance between working on music and personal responsibilities. Its always inspiring to see my peers doing big things and there’s been plenty of mind-blowing tracks released within the last year that always inspire me to open my DAW and create.
This quarantine period has been hard for music industry so now it’s time to support and support, any interesting new producers you would recommend to follow?
There’s so much underground talent it’s hard to name them all, but I’ll share some of my favorite producers at the moment. MAD DUBZ, Syzy, i7, Agony and Voltra are all crushing it right now and are a part of my daily listening.
Would you like to share something with the followers of Let the Bass Get You?
Yes I would like to share two orders of mozzarella sticks and garlic bread with the followers of Let The Bass Get You
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