Damon Sharpe achieves 'a good part of balance in life' by giving back to society after becoming successful in the industry

In a conversation with MEA Worldwide at the AMA red carpet, Sharpe gave an insight into his work as a multi-talented personality.


                            Damon Sharpe achieves 'a good part of balance in life' by giving back to society after becoming successful in the industry

Actor, composer and music producer Damon Sharpe has a reputation in the music industry for working with some of the biggest names in the game. The multi-dimensional Sharpe has also served as a guest on X-Factor.

Despite his expertise in varied artistic fields, he would never like to think of himself as a jack of all trades, master of none. In a conversation with MEA WorldWide on the AMAs red carpet, Sharpe gave an insight into his work as a multi-talented personality.

 



 

Sharpe refused to put a finger on one thing when asked his favorite thing to do amongst everything he excels in.

“It kind of changes day by day”.

“Sometimes I'm in the mood to be in front of the, you know, in front of the crowd. Sometimes I'm loving to be in the studio. So I mean, I think that's the beautiful thing of being able to do multiple things,” he added.

He also feels that as an artist when you have achieved a level of success, there’s an amount of giving back that needs to happen. The music producer loves helping the ones in need, which he says in return helps him achieve “a good part of balance” in life.

Following his little tête-à-tête with MEAWW regarding his philanthropy, Sharpe went on to talk about the artists he would like to see himself work with.

“Probably like Post Malone, I'd love to do something with, um, maybe Bruno Mars. Um, I just love all genres. So for me, it's, you know, bring them on,” he explained.

Commenting on the controversy surrounding Taylor Swift’s public spat with her former record label which made headlines during the AMAs, Sharpe said, “Well, it's interesting. I mean, obviously, I am sometimes behind the scenes and I end up dealing with a lot of that sort of the publishing and master rights and it gets tricky.”

“So I try not to take a stance on that, only because I know how complicated it can be. And of course, I feel for her,” he concluded.

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