Singer Jeremy Fernandez stopped by the TWIST offices to chat about his music, his new song "Point Em Out," and his idols. To find out his top pick for a collaboration, check out our exclusive Q&A below, and watch Jeremy's message to TWIST readers!
TWIST: Can you describe your sound for us?
Jeremy Fernandez: We're experimenting. We're going for a pop-ish fusion, a little edgy, but a little bit Rastafarian in the song.
TWIST: Can you tell us about your single "Miss America?"
JF: It's about every guy trying to find the girl who's perfect for him because it's really hard to find that one perfect girl.
TWIST: Can you tell us about "Point Em Out?"
JF: "Point Em Out" is a new feel, pop-ish kind Rastafarian. It's a little more swaggy than "Miss America".
TWIST: Who are your musical idols?
JF: I love different kinds of music. As pop, it would definitely have to be Adam Levine. I really dig Adam Levine's stuff. For R&B, I love Miguel. I love Adorn! I listen to Trey Songz. I listen to old soulful music, like Otis Redding, and Bill Withers. I love Stevie Wonder, I really dig his stuff
TWIST: If you could collaborate with anybody, who would it be?
JF: Miguel. Going for Miguel right off the bat!
TWIST: What's up next for you?
JF: I'm coming up with an album, which is really coming along great. We're planning a tour, maybe doing some shows. That's really what to expect, some more shows and album coming out.