Aaron Reflex Drops Off First Project ‘Reflex Season’
Aaron Reflex’s newest project Reflex Season blurs the lines between hip-hop and intensely meaningful lyrics. This New York-based artist is taking his talents to the next level and is coming in hot.
Since launching his career, attention around this creative has absolutely sky-rocketed. Aaron, who’s real name is Mustafah Aaron Steele, is passionate about music because he’s been able to cultivate his talent at a very young age. With a unique sound a voice, the independent talent has no plans of slowing down any time soon. His latest project Reflex Season has a few standout tracks that show why he is the budding artist that fans can look forward to seeing grow.
Stream the project below and keep up with Aaron on social media @aaronreflex.
What’s one reason you are passionate about music and what inspires you?
Besides loving music I’m passionate about it because I use to not be able to sing or play instruments. I have seen growth in music and in me as a person over the years. I have ambition and I believe if I keep going and keep grinding ima keep making progress to that goal. I guess I have something to prove to myself. This ain’t a crazy dream it’s really happening now.
Do you have any hobbies outside of music? What do you do to stay creative? Outside of music I play basketball, video games, I like working out, eating food, and working on music. I have a six-month-old Husky named X. I make vlogs on my vlog YouTube channel.
Who are some of your main musical influences?
I draw influences from many different artist and genres of music. I also get inspiration from other artist who had it rough coming up and still made it happen. They show me it’s possible. I like many artist and can’t list all because I’m sure some will get left off but I get influence from old school and new school music if that makes sense. I like people like Jay Z, Nas, DMX, 50 cent, Lil Wayne, Eminem, Rakim, Ice Cube, but I like people like Lil Uzi, Migos, Drake, Chris Brown, Tory Lanez. It’s interesting how music has changed. Although I listen to music from my generation which some people classify as new school, I still have a huge respect for the art and people who helped mold it to where it is today. I also use to listen to a lot of rock in middle school when learning to play guitar and piano.
What are some of your music career goals for the future?
In the future I want to earn plaques and awards for my music. I want more people to hear it and most importantly I want people to genuinely like the music I make.