Pirawin Thabenthiran AKA Deemun Talks About The Biggest Influences On His Music

Popular London-based artist Pirawin Tabenthiran aka Deemun has been making a lot of buzz in the music industry for sure. The young performer fell instantly in love with the world of music when he was just 14 years old. At an early age, his biggest influences were popular rappers like 50 Cent, Eminem, and Dr. Dre. Eventually, Deemun later started recording in the studio at age 17 and everyone around was blown away by his potential.

As of now, some of his biggest influences on his music include top artists like Lil Durk, Lil Baby, Polo G, and Kid Laroi. In a short duration of time, Deemun has gotten attention of his popular music stars.

His musical journey has been quite interesting! Speaking about the same, Deemun said, “I‘d say my main influence in the music industry would be my uncle who always motivated me to continue making music as he saw my talent from young”. As a result, Pirawin Tabenthiran stuck to it and continued making music from age 14 until now. Deemun stated that he has learned a lot from different artists, and he just wishes to channel that into his work and do the best that he can as artist.

He later spoke about his plans for the future. Deemun wants to be a top artist in the music industry. He shared, “With my strive and a manager behind me and his label pushing me alongside I can’t see why we cannot achieve this goal in being onto. Things can be tricky at times, but I am certain with dedication anything is possible.”

Deemun’s fanbase has skyrocketed in the United States of America and he has been on the receiving end of tremendous amount of love and positivity from his fans all over the country for sure. Just a little while ago, he dropped a new video called “Getting Started” and it’s nothing short of amazing. It got a lot of buzz on social media and got a number of views on different platforms.

According to the artist, his music is all about creating happy and positive energy!

You can learn more about his journey on Instagram and TikTok.

LA Weekly