Most recently we had an exclusive interview with up-and-comer Senio out of Dallas, TX. See what he had to say…
7 Star Dreams: What’s your name, how’d you get it, and where are you from?
Senio: My first name is Arsenio. Closet ones to me call me Senio. I was born in Chicago, IL and raised in Dallas, TX.
7 Star Dreams: Tell the people about your new project.
Senio: Basically just reaching out and having fun with my music. Trying to view my days in the past like when I was younger and bring it out to the present. The name of the actual project will be called “Music From My Challenger,” but the preview will be called “Sounds from the Orphanage.” That’s a 4-track project that will be released mid March 2016.
7 Star Dreams: How long have you been writing music and who are some of your inspirations?
Senio Been writing music since I was 13. Inspirations: 2Pac, Biggie, the old Kanye
West, Young Dro, T.I., Rick Ross, Gucci Mane, and Jeezy. I also like Maroon 5, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, R. Kelly, Twista, and Cam’ron.
7 Star Dreams: What’s life like for you outside of the music industry?
Senio: Busy. Busy. Busy. I’m actually a local truck driver. I’m a family man as well. I got a 3-year old daughter.. she keeps my hands full and motivates me to be more accurate and an entrepreneur.
7 Star Dreams: What can your fans expect from this new project?
Senio: They’ll be able to put a visual on what they hear from my music (video coming soon). And they’ll be able to experience my music and have a good time, as far as feeling good and having a positive vibe.
7 Star Dreams: Where can new fans get a hold of you online?
Senio: Facebook. Snapchat. And now I’m on Instagram @seniomusic.
Check out the album art to Senio’s 4-track project “Sounds from the Orphanage” below and be on the lookout for that and his debut project “Music From My Challenger” coming soon.
Author: Farlin Ave
Naheem “Farlin Ave” Houston is a musician and founder of 7 Star Dreams. When not busy being an entrepreneur, he works as an entertainment news journalist for the mainstream Hip Hop stations 97.9 The Beat in Dallas, TX and Hot 104.1 in St. Louis, MO.
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