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Life & Work with Nvrhme

Today we’d like to introduce you to Nvrhme.

Hi Nvrhme, can you start by introducing yourself? We’d love to learn more about how you got to where you are today?
I go by Nvrhme. (never-home). I’m originally from Richmond, CA. I grew up helping my oldest brother record as young as ten years old, so music has always been around. In 2016 I started taking music serious and eventually ended up moving to LA three years later. It’s been nothing but sacrifices and learning. I worked at the Apple store and would make beats on all my fifteen minute breaks and lunches. The only thing I wanted to do was music. I left everything at home to try and pursue what I love. I write, produce, record and master all of my music and I know there is still so much to learn. Music is my life, I left people, my job, my apartment, and comfortability in general to get closer to where I want to be. I’m not saying that moving to LA is the way but it’s definitely a way is to eliminate distractions and it’s a real eye-opening experience.

Can you talk to us a bit about the challenges and lessons you’ve learned along the way. Looking back would you say it’s been easy or smooth in retrospect?
My oldest brother was a well-known musician and bandleader. In 2019 on the night I was supposed to move to LA, he was in a nearly fatal car accident that left him with severe brain trauma. We had just built a studio from the ground up. Things were finally in place, then the unthinkable happened. Now we can’t make music together and I have to do it for both of us. It’s what he told me to do just in case anything like this happened, and it did. Every time I make music, I’m thinking of him.

Can you tell our readers more about what you do and what you think sets you apart from others?
My passion is producing. I really think thats where I shine the most. I would say I’m known for my work ethic. Anyone close to me knows I hardly ever sleep. I just don’t want to. I rather make music. I’m super proud of the fact that I’m even here. So many people discuss their plans and never start. It feels good to look back and see where you used to be. It’s both humbling and empowering. The thing that sets me apart the most in my opinion is that everything you see or hear is me. I produce all the beats, I get up and walk in the booth right after and get to it. I also dance. Not like Ne-Yo dancing, real dancing. I style all the videos and scout all locations. Maybe I’m slightly obsessed but I love it.

What was your favorite childhood memory?
My favorite childhood memory would be helping my brother record when I was young.

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