“Let’s Keep On Dancing” – Dylan Chambers

We had the pleasure of interviewing Dylan Chambers, and here’s what he had to say:

Q: What was your favorite part about the whole process of creating “Let’s Keep On Dancing”?

CHAMBERS: The fact that it came together so quickly and so naturally. Stefan Lit, Mark Rudin and I were having such a great time writing this one in the studio that we were dancing and getting excited when someone would throw out a good line or melody. When that type of energy is flowing in the studio, you know you’ve got something special.

Q: I really love the melody! What part of “Let’s Keep On Dancing” do you enjoy the most?

CHAMBERS: I really like the line “Now I’m making all the right moves / Shaking every limb while I keep it in the groove / I’m a disco dude”. It’s got just the right amount of cheese and is fun to sing.

Q: What got you into creating music?

CHAMBERS: I was born into a musical family and since I can remember, it was always around me. After picking up the guitar at 13, I spent a lot of time learning covers. Eventually playing other people’s songs inspired me to want to start making my own music. I became so obsessed with the process of taking an idea that existed only in my head and translating that into a song that I never stopped. Taking something out of total obscurity and turning it into music is still magical to me 17 years later.

Q: Who is one artist you think has had a significant influence on yoursound?

CHAMBERS: James Brown. He was the first funk and soul based artist whose sound grabbed a hold of me and never let go. I still hold him to the highest regards when it comes to artistry, musicality and showmanship. I will never stop being blown away by his legacy.

Q: Do you enjoy experimenting with different genres?

CHAMBERS: I do. On one hand, I love pop, soul, funk, R&B, rock and disco. On the other hand, I grew up listening to the Beatles as well as some of the classic singer-songwriters of the 60s and 70s such as James Taylor and Paul Simon. In my brain, I’m always working to take different elements from all of these styles and mix them together.

Q: What was the first instrument you learned to play?


Interviewed by Zoey King






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