Jammerzine has an exclusive interview with singer/songwriter all around multi-talent Säm Wilder. From The Netherlands to the world, Säm is an artist that is defining his signature sound and combining his influences into what has become his new album titled ‘Homebound’.

Each track on ‘Homebound’, while different stylistically and even genre hopping, they all fit as a total collective whole.

And, in this interview, we talk with Säm about his diversity in music as well as his continuing rise to success in music.

Check out our other features with Säm Wilder HERE.

About Säm Wilder

Netherlands born Säm Wilder is a genre-bending singer-songwriter with a soulful voice like no other. His songs convey powerful emotions, and put the listener in his shoes as he walks them through his journey of finding himself and his way back home. Säm’s first project, Homebound, is an elevan-track LP he co-produced with Brandon Deener, a Memphis-born producer who worked with Timbaland for almost a decade. Lead singles “Overtime”, “Fiending”, and “Sunlight” are just a taste of his unique approach to music.

Säm has been mentored by industry names like Bruce Flohr, Stephen Moccio and Randy Jackson, and has written and recorded songs used or released by Extreme Music, Lava Records, Republic Records , and BMG. He featured on and co-wrote the track “Lava Lamps” by Matty Noyes, which garnered 4.5 million streams on Spotify. Säm has performed on the stages of legendary venues such as Hotel Cafe, Viper Room, Belasco Theater, The Mint, and on tour supporting Noah Cyrus.

SOURCE: Official Bio