3. November 2018
In His Own Metamorphic Words: Xavier Dphrepaulezz on becoming Fantastic Negrito
Fantastic Negrito – “Please Don’t Be Dead” is available @ iTunes.
“Back in ’96 I was a child. I had a dream, as young people have quite idealistic dreams and goals, of, “I’m going to go to Los Angeles and I’m going to become a star!” I did get this huge record deal and I recorded this music under Xavier. That didn’t really work out. I was on that label for five years. I was able to get off because I was in a near fatal accident [in 2000]. I was in a coma for three weeks, as is probably known. I decided that I would start these incarnations: Chocolate Butterfly, Me and This Japanese Guy, Blood Sugar X. All of these different incarnations I released music under to get work in song licensing and pretty major Hollywood films. I did that for about eight years and then I quit for five years. I decided to come back. I was always thinking, “Hey, an incarnation is always a more interesting character. He gets involved in this music and he finds this new means of expression.”
Xavier Dphrepaulezz is Fantastic Negrito
The quote comes from the Haley Weiss article for Interview Magazine.
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