Written by: Sash
Meet DeMeir Rouse, up and coming artist from Paterson, NJ. At 10 years old he began to sing at church, from then he has been singing ever since. At a young age he grew a passion for song writing and the art of music. The Jersey bred uses his voice as an expressive tool to be authentic and genuine with his music. He feels that his purposes to inspire and influence creatives to be original and always remain true to themselves.
“My creative process varies. In this particular case maybe the night or so before making the track I was singing in my head “I’ll give you the world/ I’ll give you my heart/I’ll bring you the stars/I’ll carry it far/But you gone still say/I left the moon/. I wrote it in my notes then maybe a day or two later made a beat and configured it to the beat. So in short I guess you can say it just came to me. The lyrics simply meant I can give you anything I put my mind to whether it’s love, or whether you want more materialistic stuff I can give you that too. Everything I make comes from the heart, so of course without a doubt my past experiences have some type of hand in anything I make whether it’s the beat or lyrics.
Rouse motivates people to be transparent and to own and love themselves no matter what. Music has been an outlet that he enjoys utilizing as a source of inspiration. The talented creative uses a lot of distinct sources that help form his unique process. His songs creates a vibe that you can feel once beat hits.
“It’s what’s near and dear to me at the end of the day and I wouldn’t call myself the most expressive person when talking to someone so I just do it the best way I know how. As an artist it is hard for someone to give me the support I’m looking for. In reference to that line because it requires so much trust and freedom and in this day an age if you asking for too much of that then “your up to something.”
Check out “Left The Moon” Here!