More than your average singer/songwriter, Regi Flih is a young up and coming R&B artist with a story to share. His ethereal vocals, refreshing vibes and chill aesthetic make him a force to be reckoned with. Performing from Australia to Los Angeles, Regi Flih is on the rise with the massive success of his debut single “Something For Me”. The track was featured on Spotify’s R&B Feels playlist, and garnered more than 40k streams on Spotify in its first month.
Next up from Regi Flih, “Feeling Some Way” is a smooth R&B track that weaves through contemporary electronic synths and an overall chill vibe. The emotive lyricism puts Regi Flih’s heart on display in the most admirable and vulnerable fashion. He writes relatable poetry and turns it into artistic music for all his fans to relate to. Regi Flih has a vocal register that is polished well beyond his years. It’s hypnotizing and sets the tone and foundation for a spectacular track. “Feeling Some Way” is a truly emotional anthem and can be listened to at any occasion. Regi Flih is the one to watch and we can’t wait to see what he delivers next.
Check out “Feeling Some Way” here and read more below in our exclusive interview!
Can you tell us a bit about yourself and how you got started in the music industry?
Growing up I always knew music meant something to me but I never thought it could be my career. It wasn't until I met the rest of my team and started putting music out that I saw the response and support from people I didn't know. It made it real.
Is your track “Feeling Some Way” related to your real life experiences?
Yeah I guess you can say that. On the surface Feeling Some Way is a track about a guy catching feelings for the girl after agreeing the relationship was just physical. But to me, I wrote it as a conversation with myself making excuses to validate her reasons as to why she left.
Who are you musical influences and how did you pull from them for your new track “Feeling Some Way”?
I'ma be honest with you, I can tell you my musical influences but I feel like of none of them inspired me for this track. The recording process for this was not really conventional. My producer locked me in the studio and brought out all this emotion in me by bringing up the past. This whole track was done in one take. I didn't write anything, I didn't prepare. It was just a freestyle. So in that moment I didn't pull from anything, it was all me.
What would be your dream venue to perform at?
I don't know I feel like every artist would say Madison Square Gardens. But I don't really have a dream venue, I have people I aspire to perform with, like PND or DVSN. That would be dope.
When you’re not making music what do you do?
Working to make better music. I'm always teaching myself ways to improve or studying how to be better.
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