Q1: If you had the opportunity to get an inspiring message across to a large amount of people, what would your message be?
A1: You own the life you want to have, the people can tell us that we are not going to reach our goals, they can tell us to surrender or we can dedicate ourselves to something else that is easy, but the easy thing does not satisfy you and to be happy you have to fight for what is desired and not give up
Q2: How did you get started with your music? And if you weren’t an artist/musician what would you want to be doing?
A2: In the music, I started learning to play guitar and piano since I was 10 years old, and eventually I adapted my own style in my musical compositions, starting to compose songs since I was 13 years old.
If I were not a musician, I would be a footballer because I love sports in the same way.
Q3: What or who keeps you motivated and inspires you?
A3: My family and my girlfriend motivate me because they have always been with me at times when I have been down and when I am at my best moment, my family what inspires me is not to give up because always have supported me. And my girlfriend always in the lyric of my songs is there in my mind to have the muse that I need.
Q4: What is the most memorable experience of your life/career so far? And what have you learnt from it?
A4: The most memorable experience I have is the first time I sang on a stage, I remember at a disco the most important of my city in Cancun Mexico, I was given the opportunity to be the opening act in 2012 of a Panamamen urban singer, the experience it was fantastic the connection of the public with me was incredible, what I learned at that moment and left me marked is that dreams are possible if one proposes it since it was something I was looking for from time ago and it was given to me and from there I not stopped to work to fulfill every dream I have
Q5: Would you go back and change anything in your journey so far? (If no, why)
A5: No, I would not change anything
I am of the idea that everything happens for a reason and thank God everything that in my career as an artist and in my life has happened to be for good and if sometimes there are not so good moments in the same way something good has come out of something that may seem bad.
Q6: In the next two years what do you ASPIRE to have done?
A6: I aspire to be composing even more professionally for singers in a great position and creating music for films and television.
Q7: How much of your life and background have influenced you to become a songwriter/musician?
A7: In my family, music was instilled in me since I was a child, my great-grandfather was a composer and played the trumpet, always keeping in mind that I have it in my blood, since I acquired more musical knowledge and being a music lover in Overall, I can also create quality music and content that people would like, I always said to myself that I can also become someone so good that the artists and composers who already have their place in the industry. Always thought that everything that happened for me to choose this path is because God had it planned for me to be part of this art as beautiful as music.
Q8: What lyrics mean the most to you and why (ones you have written and or ones you didn’t write)
A8: The song that means more to me the is titled “Imagine” since it was one of the songs that has been the most successful and has given me many opportunities, since I wrote it and recorded in the studio I knew that song was different and that would go far, and I’m not wrong because until today I continue to be successful with that song in the opportunities that come my way.
The song that I have not written but it means a lot in my is “Way Back In To Love” by Hugh Grant, since there is a movie where they show through a romantic story how they compose that song and the girl that he like and the letter and the way in which the plot of the film unfolds that song means in me a lot I feel identified.
Q9: If you could collaborate with anyone who would to it be and why?
A9: I would like to collaborate with the Colombian singer J Balvin singing together and writing the song, he is an artist who dominates all genres, I consider that his style is the same as mine and his voice would adapt perfectly to my compositions.
Q10: What is most inspiring message you have internalised in life so far?
A10: Always go forward, never back even to take an impulse. And I always apply this, the good or bad things that I did I do not think about them. I only see a future in all aspects of my life and my career.
Q11: What is your motto in life/what do you live by?
A11: Do what you have to do at the moment you have to do it. Whatever I have to do in any aspect, be it personal, family or in my artistic career, I do not think of anything other than what I am doing, so I allow myself to give all my effort to do everything in the best way in all aspects of my life i apply that to avoid disappointing myself ior others. And more if it is to realize good music.
Q12: What is currently on your playlist?
A12: Latin music in genres of Electronic Music, EDM, Hip Hop, Dancehall and Reggaeton.For example my song “Jump Jump” which is a perfect electronic song to dance and enjoy at a party, I have a Latin version of “Merry Christmas” is a fusion of rap with electronic music, I made a theme for the football world cup “Cantemos Gol” among others. And soon I will be premiering my single “Debajo Las Estrellas” in the dancehall genre.
Q13: If you could have a song to be the soundtrack to your life what would it be and why?
A13: “I am like that” of the successful Mexican singer Jose Jose, since he talks about the that no matter what happens in his life, nothing in the world will change his essence or his tastes for anything at all. i identify me a lot with the singer and the lyrics of the song completely.
Q14: What are your biggest dreams? and what are your biggest fears
A14: My biggest dream, there are several but the most relevant and according to my career is to be able to compose for an urban singer of Latin preference, sometimes I write songs thinking about the artists that could record my songs and I trust that it will soon be like that. and the same way of making a song for a movie.
The biggest fear I have is to disappoint myself and those around me, there is nothing that scares me more than losing time and life and not fulfilling what I set out to do.
Q15: What is next for you/your plans for the next year?
A15: I have in mind to make a new album but this time in more diverse genres such as Trap, R & B, Hip Hop, Pop, Indie Music, Jazz and more orchestral themes.
To reach a more commercial audience and have the opportunity to place my music on television and advertising.
Q16: What would your advice to be to those out there who want to live out there dreams?
A16: NEVER!, Never give up, maybe it’s something that many people say but it’s real, never give up sooner or later the opportunities will always come, working hard and in the best way with the goal in mind and life will guide you to your dreams, but you never have to give up
Q17: Lastly, for those who don’t know where can people follow your career?
A17: Can follow me as “Charlie TNK” on all digital music platforms such as Spotify, iTunes, Facebook, YouTube, etc. I constantly have new material for the public that likes my music and my style