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“Honestly, it wasn't a deliberate move [to make sexual songs], it was a very confusing time for me when I was making that album. I was going through a lot of personal things that I didn't speak about a lot; with song writing, stage fright and being scared of the future. I am sorry to anyone who got offended by certain songs or different things on the album for sure. It was never my intention with any of the writing or things I was doing. I was just challenging myself in different areas. Looking back on it now, it was just a moment in time for me.”
On how the success of his STD influenced the rest of his music: “I had writing to do with Strip That Down but I didn't necessarily write the song. After that, a lot of the songs I got sent from then on were all sexually based. I was pigeonholed into this kind of thing and of course, I am a young guy I am interested in that sort of stuff, I like the idea of the songs and the grooves or certain vibes so I was like ‘ok let's go for it.’ It was a growing period. It just kind of happened.”
He’s chill and is taking a different approach after flopping: “I'd say the new music will be less sexy. I think I passed my time on that one anyway. Despite photoshoots or whatever else you may see from me I am a lot more chill about things these days. It is a different direction with the label and the management, it's a rejuvenation rather than going down that route again.”
On new music and putting more thought into his lyrics and the message: “The music I am looking at now is a lot different. Getting back in the studio I really am looking at what the messages are I want to say rather than just going through the motions of making a song, putting it together and going ‘yeh that sounds good’ and putting it out. It isn't really the way to do it.” No shit Lime.