“What A Day”: Written, Produced and Performed by: Phillip James Tremblay


 

Check out the Website to purchase new CD : http://www.pjtmusic.ca/

 

My name is Phillip James Tremblay (PJT) and I am a musician, videographer, graphic designer, visual artist, writer and mental health worker. How did I get started with music?  I started off making beats at age 18 with a $50 casio keyboard and a computer program called Audioview 32.  Always being a fan of hip-hop, I eventually started writing and rapping to my beats.  Later, I picked up the guitar and started singing.  From there I experimented with all kinds of different styles of music and started using Fruity Loops and Adobe Audition.  I kept making music off and on over the next several years and learned how to use recording programs such as Cubase and Pro Tools.  After many studio additions and upgrades, more experimentation and practice, and a whole lot of inner-searching and life-changes, I now know where I want to take my music. In addition to my own music, I also run my own recording and production studio, Breaking Audio – offering a wide variety of services for other artists.  This allows me to learn from, and with other talent.  It’s easy to get “song blind” when consumed with your own stuff for too long, so I really enjoy working on creative projects with others.  No matter how much music I make I always feel as though I’ve barely started!  I know the sky is the limit for myself or anyone out there who simply believes they “can“.

 

 

Phillip James Tremblay: “What a Day” Album Release Date June 28th, 2012


Phillip James Tremblay

Phil from the memories of your cousin Aria:

I would like to introduce you to my “little” cousin Phillip James Tremblay. Phillip is the son of my Mother’s younger sister, Ethel. His mother is Belizean and father is French Canadian. He is one of my youngest cousins and as a kid, he was extremely competitive. He did not like losing. In fact I remember we would play Chinese Checkers, a game my grand parents passed down to all of us grandkids, and he would beat me every time we played (or so he thought!).

My memories of visiting Canada is filled with great memories of hanging out with my cousins. Phil, the baby, is deathly allergic to milk and all milk products and asthmatic. We were taught to separate all our food products from his as kids. He could not rough house with the kids at times when his asthma was acting up. As a very young child he had to be responsible for his own health. He had to learn to ask about food products and be careful what he ate and he even knew when to take his asthma treatments. He spent many days in the hospital because of close calls with his allergies. I also remember my aunt saying she would want to live in Belize if it wasnt for his allergies. As many deep talented artist, Phil experienced personal pain and tragedy at a very young age.

In 1992 my aunt’s Cancer recurred after being in remission for about two years and in 1993 my aunt lost her battle to breast cancer on Mother’s Day. Phil was only about 9 years old at the time. I remember when my aunt was sick, she told me once that she felt Phil could relate to her the most because of all the days he spent in the hospital being prodded with needles. Phil wrote a song in memory of my aunt that still touches my heart and brings tears to my eyes every time I listen to it. I did not even realize the level of his artistic talent. He can draw, sing, write music, produce. He has definitely been blessed with many talents and his soul is deeply entwined in his music. Phil released his first album on 2.2.2011 called Intropection as an Independent artist. My favorite song “Mom” can be bought on Itunes and several other sites. Phil’s website is : http://www.pjtmusic.ca/home.html. Please be sure to visit it. Also here is my favourite song: MOM

On June 28th, 2012 Phil will debut his new album called: ” What a day”. I ask you to support my cousin in his venture as an independent artist.

Here is Phil’s story:

My name is Phillip James Tremblay(PJT) and I am a producer, writer, singer, rapper, engineer, graphic designer, programmer, performer, actor, director, painter, sculpter, sketch artist, athlete and mental health worker. I was born and raised in Ontario, Canada and I am currently 28 years old.

My style of music is a unique blend of pop/hip-hop with hints of every other genre. An interest in making music came late in my life – roughly at age 18. Approx. one decade later – after substantial self-teaching, personal development, and learning from various famous and underground musicians – my debut album is NOW available, and it compromises a compilation of songs over the last 4 years. Those 4 years also mark a time of significant personal life changes.
A devastating epiphany that my life – course and identity – was not my own, struck me with an unprecedented demand for starting over. I needed to undo the people-pleasing, self-denying, beliefs I forced on myself (and sometimes on others), and learn how to have a personal connection with my choices. Though I lived like it, I was never fully convinced of my own genuineness. Now, I finally have that surety. If this is your first encounter of me as a musician and/or a person, your timing is perfect.