LK: The process is different for every song. All my songs mean something, they have a different story. I envision what I'm feeling and visualise what I want to say. I never want to say anything fake deep - I want everything I express to be bona fide.
LS: Sometimes someone will send me a beat and I'll write around that sound. Sometimes I go into the studio and work on a vibe with no production - we just create from the top. I usually write from experience, but if someone has a concept I can tap into, that works as well.
Do you feel pressure to innovate with the music you create in an age that's flooded with talent and new technologies?
AF: I do, I have to. I always have to look at different ways to grow but they have to feel authentic to me. I'm inspired by other artists. Making new music is demanding but you can't succeed if you don't feel pressure.
B: I was in an Uber the other day and I played a new song - that's the best place to test your music. The driver was wowed. That authentic pleasure from my sounds makes the pressure worth it.