Meet Onur, a music lover from Brooklyn, New York .
“I was born in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, in 1996. I'm a recent college graduate, having studied Political Science & Psychology. I enjoy listening to music of all styles and genres, especially Pop, various EDM styles, and Country. Technology is a major area of interest for me. Playlisting is something I got involved in early on in 2009, when Spotify initially started to gain momentum within the US. My other interests, include keeping Pace with the latest films, playing video games & the Digital Arts"
What is the soundtrack to your life?
Camila By Camila Cabello. No matter how many times I listen to her work, I'm able to fully experience her story. Very rarely have I found an album, whereby it's able to convey it's intended emotionality, with 100% unaltered purity, regardless of how many times I take a listen to it, from start to finish.
What is the most annoying song in the world?
What Does The Fox Say? By Ylvis. To be completely honest, I caught onto the overall feel and vibe of the song, after a few listens, when it went viral. In hearing it for the first time, I remembered how this was the way in which my mind reacted to it.
What’s more important to you? Music; or Lyrics? Why?
Honestly, it depends on the type of song being listened to. Both genre and musical style come into play here. For certain songs, I feel like they both equally compliment one another. This is especially true when the meaning of the lyrics, is evoked by various elements within the music. For other songs, sometimes the music is the main element, which drives the impact of the entire song, for the listener. Finally, still for others, the attention of the listener, gets mainly directed to the lyrics, specifically when impactful vocals are involved.
Ariana Grande. - I'm a happily proud Arianator since the very beginning. I distinctly remember one of my friends asking who she was (during High School) after coincidentally glancing at my Facebook Feed.
If you had the chance to interview an artist, who would it be? (Dead or alive)
Avicii. - There's absolutely no doubt in my mind, in believing that he had so much more left to give, not just for the world of EDM, but for all of Music overall. To be able to see a glimpse of what inspires him, both Musically and Lyrically, would be absolutely amazing.
My experience with Concerts, has come only from all that I've watched on YouTube over the years. I've never really had the pleasure of attending a live concert in person. So the first one that I do (hopefully) end up attending, will by my "First In A Lifetime Experience..."