Eddy Braveaux

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Eddy Braveaux is an artist, producer, and engineer from Jacksonville who fearlessly explores various styles & constantly pushes boundaries.
What’s your name and when did you first show an interest in music? Are your parents supportive in your decision to become an artist?

Eddy Braveaux and when I was in 6th grade. They are now but at first, they would tell me I was wasting my time. They have no choice now.

How are you working to become a not-so starving artist? Do you make music full-time? What’s paying the bills?

I got a lil 9-5 but music is definitely and finally helping to pay the bills.

What connects you to your peers who do similar types of music? What do you think sets you apart?

I believe that the main thing that’s separates me from my peers is that I make way more types of music than most. I’m naturally a ‘freeform genre-less entity’ and that alone prevents me from blending in.

Describe your music in 3 words. Now describe yourself as an artist in 3 words.

Reminiscent. Rollercoaster. Rampage.

I believe that the main thing that’s separates me from my peers is that I make way more types of music than most. I’m naturally a 'freeform genre-less entity' and that alone prevents me from blending in.

What are some of the current projects keeping you busy? How many unfinished works do you have in the vault at this very moment?

I’ve been producing, mixing and mastering a bunch of tracks and projects for my artist, lil westside. Aside from that, I have a couple projects of my own that I’m trying to find the time and space to finish up.

What does “success” look like for you as an artist? Do you have any dream collaborations?

Being able to wake up and work when I want and shop without checking the price tag on anything. Same for my loved ones. There’s too many artists I’d love to work with but a few include Playboi Carti, Tierra Whack, Kanye, Che Ecru, Cochise, Rema, Muddy Monk, and so many more

Do you have any habits that help or hinder your progression as an artist? What are some of your biggest challenges?

Well I eat pretty clean, and science says that a healthy gut = a healthy mind. My biggest challenge is content creation and finding something I can be consistent with to bring in new fans.

What do you do when you’re not creating? Do you have a preferred method of escape?

Heavy gamer! You can always catch me on either 2k or Apex. If not, I’m playing single player stuff like Ghost of Tsushima or God of War.

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