I'm a music producer born in Croatia 22.11.1995. I am interested in God and music. After graduating from veterinary high school, I am now enrolled at a theological university. I produce music and remix both Croatian and foreign tunes. I love good music and everything that goes with it. Let's start with my previous musical experience before I tell you when I began producing songs.
I always seemed to be interested in music. One of the top DJs and producers in Croatia and its neighboring countries is my father, DJ Pucko. When I was three years old, he used my voice to make a song. It goes by the name "O, O, O," and I really love it. I attended our Croatian folklore and performances from kindergarten through second grade of primary school. I stopped somehow, but I resumed taking classes in bugarija instrument. So I started studying how to play bugarija and subsequently tamburitza. I continued to play and practice until I was in sixth grade. I eventually took salsa dance lessons in the seventh grade. I sang on the television program in that grade and advanced to the semifinals. That was also a wonderful experience. I felt fantastic! I'm really appreciative of the support I've received from my friends and numerous other folks. Since I've always had a sense of rhythm, I finally got a set of bongos in the eighth grade of 2010, and I used them to play along with the song that became our class anthem. They are one of the many instruments I have. "Safri Duo - Played a Live," which I often listened to, is the song that gave me the idea to want bongos and play them. I am a good bongo and percussion player, and pretty fast.
My friend Luka, who produces Hip Hop music and is now the best Hip Hop producer I know, inspired me to start learning how to make beats in FL Studio in the same year (2010) that I first became seriously interested in music production. Although I was focusing on percussions the most of the time. I initially thought it was cool, but now that I hear it... ☹ But there is one project that, in contrast to the others, I am excited to complete since it is a production with catchy melodies, a well-done arrangement, and all the other elements of the songs, not simply tossed drums. So, I decided to do a remix of "Danza Kuduro" in July 2012 since I felt it was a fantastic tune. I learned everything I needed from a few free projects on YouTube. As a result, even though it was my first remix, It was finished third in 2013. DJs have placed some of my remixes among the best in Croatia and its neighboring countries, as well as among the best of 2013. Making remixes that year taught me a lot, and the years that followed were all about expanding my skills and getting better.
These are the genres I enjoy and can produce. A lot of electronic music genres come first: House and its subgenres, Pop and its subgenres, Disco and its subgenres, Synthwave and music from the 1980s and 1990s, Reggaeton, Hip Hop and similar genres; Classical; Folk (I believe that compared to other nations, Croatia may have the most complex genres due to the various areas, cultures, and dialects, as well as the various instruments and singing and playing techniques); Caribbean and other tropical music; Brazilian, African and Mexican music and Reggae. I own bongos and other instruments since I really enjoy percussion and all the instruments used in some of the aforementioned genres.
So every new remix and song I create is a surprise to everyone because I know how to make popular genres. Perhaps it would be wiser to focus on a single genre, like most producers do. Because when a producer releases a song, people may expect a certain type of production, sounds, and arrangement, but I am not like that. I absolutely love music and simply can't produce in just one genre given how talented I am in the others. I want to express my feelings and emotions through the music that best fits them. There are no genre or style expectations; simply quality. I still need to finish more than 140 songs.
Lastly, look at my Facebook gallery. In addition to music, I am also talented in other arts, thus I am presenting some fantastic pictures of the sky and nature. Regards, and may God give you a blessed day!