Q & A with Joshua Song
When did you start?
I started singing when I was very young. I remember singing along in the car listening to the oldies. I then learned how to play the guitar and began singing and playing for the church worship band. I didn’t get serious into singing until the last half of high school into writing and performing until I was selected as a supporting lead in my first musical.
What do you hope to achieve through the Kollaboration experience?
I hope to be able to reach people and help, not only the music industry but the entertainment world itself, by introducing even more Asian-Americans into mainstream media instead of just YouTube or the internet in general.
On a day off, you can find me…
On a day of you can find me probably binging on Netflix on either new series or even old ones that I’ve already watched or watching a movie in theatres.
People would be surprised to learn that…
People would be surprised to learn that when I was much younger, I was very shy and an introvert. I really didn’t do things like perform or enter competitions.
My biggest inspirations are…
Brian McKnight, Usher, Adam Levine, Jason Mraz, and so many more!
My biggest inspirations are to get into the entertainment industry and eventually help others with getting into the industry as well by mentoring and nurturing others and their talents.
If I could perform with anybody in the world, it would be…
If I could perform with anybody in the world, it would be either Sam Smith or The Backstreet Boys. They’re the reason that I started to really like to perform.