You know which interviews are the best?
The ones where you sit on your chair, with your phone in your hands, listening to the stories you're being told and constantely laughing your head off.
(silently, of course, because you're recording the conversation and don't want to have whale noises on there!)
I recently had just that experience and, as soon as the interview was finished, I just couldn't wait to share it with you.
An email introduced me to Wrabel, an absolutely talented and exciting musician.
Wrabel is a solo act from Los Angeles, United States.
He combines Pop and R'n'B elements in such graceful manner.
Stephen Wrabel has been writing music for almost ten years now after discovering his love for music at an early age.
He spent a year studying at Boston's Berklee College Of Music before he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his career in music.
Wrabel has also written for many artists such as Adam Lambert, Ellie Goulding and Philipp Phillips.
In 2014, the talented musician released his debut EP "Sideways" and started his solo career.
The song "Ten Feet Tall", a beautiful piano ballad, was then used by Dutch DJ Afrojack which allowed Wrabel to kick off his career with style.
He is now working on his debut album which we will get to hear in 2017.
Just a few days ago I got to chat to Wrabel on the phone and we had an absolutely relaxed conversation.
Listen to what he had to say about Berlin, Instagram, baby costumes, 11 Blocks and a lot more.
I guarantee this will brighten up your day!
Listen to "11 Blocks" here!
Wrabel online: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Soundcloud | YouTube | Instagram
Big thank you to Wrabel for the lovely chat!
With special thanks to Sony Music GER for arranging this interview.
Thank you for your visit!
Credits // | Image: Eliot Lee Hazel | **this interview was kindly arranged by Sony Music Germany**