December 17, 2018 Valholla Staff

King Charlz talks growing up in Jamaica, how playing instruments helps his songwriting process and more with 7AM Magazine.

Photos by @morphromous for 7AM Magazine

During a recent trip to Jamaica, Reggae-Fusion singer-songwriter King Charlz talked with Shawn from 7AM Magazine about his debut album ‘Still Searching’, his childhood, songwriting process and more.

Here’s an excerpt of the interview where King Charlz discusses how he got into music…

“My mom and all my uncles and aunts used to sing in various gospel groups at the church I use to attend as a child in De la Vega. My uncle and a few of his friends formed a barbershop quartet. Hearing them sing was where I learned the basics of harmony. When I was 8 my mom bought me a piano for my birthday. It wasn’t long until I messed around with the piano enough to actually play a few chords and eventually playing entire songs. Being able to play an instrument helps with my writing process as well.” – King Charlz via 7AM Magazine

Read the entire interview here and stream or buy ‘Still Searching’ available everywhere now.

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