Hey, tell us a bit about yourself.

My name is Cezar Nedelcu. I’m 21 years old and I’ve been producing music for a little over 7 years. It started as a passion for Electronic music, but quickly discovering Indie music and The Smiths has turned my love for remixing songs into a love for writing songs. Beach Kicks started in 2014 when I was taking a year off after High School and worked at an Asian Karaoke Bar.

One of my co-workers named Jacob started singing over my beats and made me realize that my songs could be originals. Ever since then, Beach Kicks has been the accumulation of all the feelings and all the styles of music that I love and discovered. It’s music that makes me feel like a kid and it’s what I truly believe I was meant to write.

How did the new single come about?

“Walls Up” is the first Beach Kicks song that I completely love. I have a lot of unfinished originals on Soundcloud, so this one was released very proudly! It started as a Hop-Hop beat, and then I added happy and melodic notes on top for a cool pop vibe. It was completed in 2 days and while it may sound cheesy, I heard it in a dream on the night between the two days. That’s how I knew it meant something special to me.

Is there more content in the pipeline?

There’s a whole lot of content incoming! Ranging from cheesy-happy to sunset-nostalgia music and even some melancholic R&B. There are dozens of beats and feelings on my desktop right now.

What’s on the horizon for you?

I make music every day. I won’t stop until Beach Kicks becomes powerful enough to turn criminals into poets.



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