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Meet Darius Harrison of Voe

Today we’d like to introduce you to Darius Harrison.

Thanks for sharing your story with us Darius. So, let’s start at the beginning and we can move on from there.
Music has always been apart of my family, it’s in my bloodline. My mom was a pianist as well as my grandmother. With me being a few months old, I began beating on pots and pans as drums and later at the age of 1, I received my first drum set.

That was the beginning for me, musically, Fast forwarding to the age of 16, that was when I began taking recording seriously and I’ve been interested in creating music ever since.

Has it been a smooth road?
We all are familiar with the term, “Hard work pays off”, so I would have to say that this hasn’t been a smooth road for me . Between the ages of 18-21, I considered those years to be the most challenging years of my life. I have lost friends, family, financial stability, peace of mind, and also my heart at one point. But within the latter portion of the year (2019) I was able to balance everything as well as achieve goals that I have placed for myself. My drive is different. Your struggle isn’t always your future. It’s a temporary phase. It will either create a fire in you or tear you down.

We’d love to hear more about your work and what you are currently focused on. What else should we know?
Currently, I am a recording artist, singer/songwriter, lyricist, and a musician. What makes me different or separates me apart from others is how my music often tells a story. Whatever I write, I make sure my goal is to capture the mind of my audience as well as my wordplay. My goal is also to speak to the audience through my music so that they may understand the purpose of the song that is written. Maintaining substance is key. Being able to connect with others receives numerous amounts of support and also as networking is very important and honestly what I am most proud of.

Let’s touch on your thoughts about our city – what do you like the most and least?
LA is definitely a great place for connections. In the course of two years, I was able to connect with a few people and also was able to establish a solid friendship with a few people out there. It’s a very beautiful place to be and also very inspirational. A place of dreams and happiness. Honestly, I really don’t have an issue with LA due to the fact that I don’t stay there but, I have nothing but good things to say when it comes to LA.

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