Denver, Colorado has an artist to lookout for and he goes by the name of Caelum. 2020 was a game changing year for the rising star, generating millions of streams as he released over five new songs that have led to a highly-anticipated forthcoming release of his next project. With a new project still in progress and new music on the way, we chose to take some time out to speak with Caelum about his musical journey below.
HHW: Do you tend to freestyle or write?
Caelum: I actually never write, I think the best music is made in the moment. Writing something just never comes out the way I want it to.
HHW: Your latest single “Memories” is gaining some mass attention across plenty of media outlets as your song continues to grow. How does it feel to garner the attention that you are receiving?
Caelum: Honestly it feels good now that I’m starting to feel like I’m actually being noticed and heard but I’m far from the point I want to be at.
HHW: What was the creative process behind “Memories”?
Caelum: It was just Kidd Nur Nur, my engineer, and I sitting in the studio listening to beats cause I don’t like coming to the studio with a beat and the beat for Memories came on and I knew right then and there it was going to be going onto KING SZN.
HHW: You don’t hear of too many artists coming out of Colorado, is pursuing your music career in Colorado easy? Talk to us about it
Caelum: The music scene in Colorado is super supportive and super talented, I’ve never really had any issues. But being from Colorado is just the start of things, the music scene here isn’t really super about the type of music I make, it’s more for EDM music. Colorado is an untapped market of potential for other music genres besides EDM, but in order for me to keep growing to reach my goals, I plan on moving states.
HHW: Any other Denver or Colorado artists that have caught your attention and ear?
Caelum: No one in particular, there’s a few that are getting to a point where I listen daily but nothing out of the ordinary.
Follow Caelum on social media @TheRealCaelum