The newest sonic offering to come from the renowned Canadian talent Famba – Still Call You Mine, got the remix treatment courtesy of Hellberg which was released in early April.
We caught up with Famba to learn more about how the remix came about, plans for 2021 and more.
T.H.E – 2020 and the early part of 2021 has been quite challenging for all of us. Let’s get started with talking about how it’s been so far for you?
Famba – Besides all the lockdown stuff that has been happening in my city, things have been good! I’ve been super productive with music and feeling inspired by new sounds. It seems like we’re getting to the end of this pandemic finally.
T.H.E – At 25, you’ve created quite some buzz and great music. How did it all begin? And when?
Famba – I started on Soundcloud like most young producers, and from there it just kind of snowballed. I had some buzz on Soundcloud, my current manager found me on there. Then my A&R at my record label found me through the grapevine and the rest was history!
T.H.E – We heard your new track and totally love it! What do you have to say about your new release “Still Call You Mine” remixed by Hellberg?
Famba – Hellberg killed it! Absolutely love the remix he handed in. It stayed true to his sound and the original version. I think that’s super key when remixing any song.
T.H.E – Seems like you’ve entrusted a great talent with the remix duties. Any comments on Hellberg?
Famba – He’s such a cool guy, so chill! We talked on the phone before he did the remix and talked about the remix life, etc. Nothing but good things to say about him! 🙂
T.H.E – What do you have in store for the rest of 2021 keeping in mind the pandemic situation may curtail a large part of our activity.
Famba – Hopefully my EP will be dropping by the end of 2021. I also have my next single all finished and ready to go, and I think it’s the best song I’ve ever made. It has such a cool origin story and I absolutely love it. It checks all the boxes for me!
T.H.E – Lastly, anything you’ve got to say to our fans and followers?
Famba – I just hope everyone gets a chance to check out all the new music I’ve been working on over the past year. It’s definitely new and fresh for me, so I hope everyone likes it. The pandemic has been tough, but the one good thing I got from it was all of this time. Time to think about my music direction and sound. It was a blessing in disguise.