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(Translation of the news article about me, I’m thinking people would be interested in this)
17 year old Fabian Imbri has been making music since 2011 under his alias “Baq5” and he recently released his second album “Times Like This” on the online platform bandcamp.
In the USA he has built himself quite the following with his track “Magical” which gathered over 100k views on Soundcloud and Youtube. Now that he is back in Germany he wants to bring his career to the next level with his goal to perform live on a festival. The student found his fascination for music though many musicians including the US-american producer and DJ Porter Robinson: “His songs inspired me to do something myself if only as a hobby” he says. With the software FL Studio he has produced and released more than 50 songs so far. His songs go from fast paced party music to slower chill out music. “I don’t play any instrument, nor can I read notes but I try to get the melodies in my head inside the program. Feelings don’t always matter, I try to translate everyday life in my music.”
It is very important to him to surprise listeners by offering something new instead of resting on an older success. He wants to inspire others to try making music themselves. He sees music as a way to connect to people all around the world, the money is just a nice side effect for the 17 year old so he can improve on his equipment. 
During his one-year stay in the US Fabian was able to make of himself in the scene there and got first requests for live performances which he had to decline due to his age. All of the positive feedback made it clear to him that it’s time to take music a little bit more seriously and to become more professional. Now Fabian works 6 days a week on his music: “I don’t really want to make anything else”. The student himself still can’t believe over his success and how his music is affecting others: “Some dude wrote me that he was depressed and that my music helped him, it’s pretty amazing that something I did affected others like that and that it became a part of their little world.”

Man this is really fucking cool. Stop being so cool

triple-q:

baq5:

(Translation of the news article about me, I’m thinking people would be interested in this)

17 year old Fabian Imbri has been making music since 2011 under his alias “Baq5” and he recently released his second album “Times Like This” on the online platform bandcamp.

In the USA he has built himself quite the following with his track “Magical” which gathered over 100k views on Soundcloud and Youtube. Now that he is back in Germany he wants to bring his career to the next level with his goal to perform live on a festival. The student found his fascination for music though many musicians including the US-american producer and DJ Porter Robinson: “His songs inspired me to do something myself if only as a hobby” he says. With the software FL Studio he has produced and released more than 50 songs so far. His songs go from fast paced party music to slower chill out music. “I don’t play any instrument, nor can I read notes but I try to get the melodies in my head inside the program. Feelings don’t always matter, I try to translate everyday life in my music.”

It is very important to him to surprise listeners by offering something new instead of resting on an older success. He wants to inspire others to try making music themselves. He sees music as a way to connect to people all around the world, the money is just a nice side effect for the 17 year old so he can improve on his equipment. 

During his one-year stay in the US Fabian was able to make of himself in the scene there and got first requests for live performances which he had to decline due to his age. All of the positive feedback made it clear to him that it’s time to take music a little bit more seriously and to become more professional. Now Fabian works 6 days a week on his music: “I don’t really want to make anything else”. The student himself still can’t believe over his success and how his music is affecting others: “Some dude wrote me that he was depressed and that my music helped him, it’s pretty amazing that something I did affected others like that and that it became a part of their little world.”

Man this is really fucking cool. Stop being so cool

(Translation of the news article about me, I’m thinking people would be interested in this)
17 year old Fabian Imbri has been making music since 2011 under his alias “Baq5” and he recently released his second album “Times Like This” on the online platform bandcamp.
In the USA he has built himself quite the following with his track “Magical” which gathered over 100k views on Soundcloud and Youtube. Now that he is back in Germany he wants to bring his career to the next level with his goal to perform live on a festival. The student found his fascination for music though many musicians including the US-american producer and DJ Porter Robinson: “His songs inspired me to do something myself if only as a hobby” he says. With the software FL Studio he has produced and released more than 50 songs so far. His songs go from fast paced party music to slower chill out music. “I don’t play any instrument, nor can I read notes but I try to get the melodies in my head inside the program. Feelings don’t always matter, I try to translate everyday life in my music.”
It is very important to him to surprise listeners by offering something new instead of resting on an older success. He wants to inspire others to try making music themselves. He sees music as a way to connect to people all around the world, the money is just a nice side effect for the 17 year old so he can improve on his equipment. 
During his one-year stay in the US Fabian was able to make of himself in the scene there and got first requests for live performances which he had to decline due to his age. All of the positive feedback made it clear to him that it’s time to take music a little bit more seriously and to become more professional. Now Fabian works 6 days a week on his music: “I don’t really want to make anything else”. The student himself still can’t believe over his success and how his music is affecting others: “Some dude wrote me that he was depressed and that my music helped him, it’s pretty amazing that something I did affected others like that and that it became a part of their little world.”

(Translation of the news article about me, I’m thinking people would be interested in this)

17 year old Fabian Imbri has been making music since 2011 under his alias “Baq5” and he recently released his second album “Times Like This” on the online platform bandcamp.

In the USA he has built himself quite the following with his track “Magical” which gathered over 100k views on Soundcloud and Youtube. Now that he is back in Germany he wants to bring his career to the next level with his goal to perform live on a festival. The student found his fascination for music though many musicians including the US-american producer and DJ Porter Robinson: “His songs inspired me to do something myself if only as a hobby” he says. With the software FL Studio he has produced and released more than 50 songs so far. His songs go from fast paced party music to slower chill out music. “I don’t play any instrument, nor can I read notes but I try to get the melodies in my head inside the program. Feelings don’t always matter, I try to translate everyday life in my music.”

It is very important to him to surprise listeners by offering something new instead of resting on an older success. He wants to inspire others to try making music themselves. He sees music as a way to connect to people all around the world, the money is just a nice side effect for the 17 year old so he can improve on his equipment. 

During his one-year stay in the US Fabian was able to make of himself in the scene there and got first requests for live performances which he had to decline due to his age. All of the positive feedback made it clear to him that it’s time to take music a little bit more seriously and to become more professional. Now Fabian works 6 days a week on his music: “I don’t really want to make anything else”. The student himself still can’t believe over his success and how his music is affecting others: “Some dude wrote me that he was depressed and that my music helped him, it’s pretty amazing that something I did affected others like that and that it became a part of their little world.”