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NAS 10 Questions with Bruno Belley

Updated: May 4, 2021

This time, we get to know Bruno Belley. His track "Taste" is now featured in the New Artist Spotlight Family of Playlists.

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𝟭. Where are you from and what is your hobby?

I’m from São Bernardo do Campo, Brazil, and my hobby’s almost everything related with art, since music to draw, paint, clothes, and there it goes.

𝟮. How did your get into music?

I always loved music since I was a little one, I used to have toy guitars and microphones that I always loved to play with, but I decided to work with music when I was, I think, 14/15 after I finished my first lyric and melody after a heartbreak, at that moment I knew that I would love to do it for the rest of my life, or at least till I retired lol.

𝟯. Who are your biggest influences?

I guess Billie Eilish, Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran, I identify so much with JB as a person, with his style, and the way he went through out such dark places, because I was there for a few years of my life too, and Ed with his unique way of sold out stadiums just with his guitar and his loop pedal, when I started, my plans were to play like him, also my first song ever released was produced on my loop pedal that I bought because of Ed, so he was super important to my begin as a real musician, and Billie because she is my age, like, she’s a superstar that’s my age, she (along with Finneas) already achieved things that most people never will, she makes me believe that no matter who you are, If you work hard enough, you will accomplish your goals.

4. What are your goals in the music industry?

Make a living doing what I love and travel around the globe spreading joy and love through my music. Also make the life of my loved ones better (financially speaking)

5. If you could choose a location to perform at, what would it be?

Well, I think the main stage of some huge festival like Lollapalooza, or at the grammy’s after winning some award.

6. What is your all-time favorite song?

That’s hard, I listen to so many songs every week that I don’t listen to songs for a long period, but “You Shook Me All Night Long” by AC/DC always gets my extremely out of my mind, so If I had to choose one probably would be this one.

7. Most embarrassing moment?

Definitely the time I played with my friend at school, we was supposed to play “Give Me Love” by Ed Sheeran, and that was the first time I ever played in front of people that I didn’t knew, It was such a mess, I were the only who knew the full lyrics but my mic wasn’t working, so basically the whole song ended up being just my guitar with my friend saying random words, super awkward lol.

8. Proudest accomplishment?

Certainly be able to produce my songs all by myself with such low rent I got and the lack of equipments, I had to learn and work my ass off to stay patient and deal with pc problems (mostly), learn how to mix/master, record, film and edit my videos, improve my singing without a teacher, basically everything, I struggle everyday to reach my goals, I will never quit, and thats what I’m most proud of.

9. What is something about you that might surprise someone who knows you the best?

People think a lot that I don’t care about them because I’m too quiet and don’t show my feelings as most of people are used to, I don’t want to bother them with my problems and thoughts, even my family, but the thing that inspires me the most is work to give them the best life they can possibly have.

𝟭𝟬. What is your dream collaboration?

I gotta say with Paul ‘cause he was a f*cking Beatle, he is super important to music and I grew up listening to him with my family and friends, so work with one of the ones that basically introduced my to music in general would be mind blowing.

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Electric Avalanche
Electric Avalanche
May 05, 2021

Great interview, I've did two interviews this month. I felt a little rusty and unhappy with the outcome, after reading this on twitter I had to read the full article., so I can gain better insight on how to approach the next interview I encounter. Definitely got some pointers.


Edward Corrado
Edward Corrado
May 03, 2021

It takes a lot of Discipline to learn to do all the production/Mix and Mastering of your work. Good for you


Bruno Belley
Bruno Belley
May 03, 2021

Thank you so much for the feature!♥️🤞🏻 #NASfam



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