From Modeling To Parody Music, The Story Of British Born CONSTANTLLL
The music industry keeps growing in leaps, propelled by musical acts whose songs and sounds keep changing the narratives and setting new trends. It is becoming increasingly difficult in a demanding industry for artists to adapt or keep up with the changing times. To stay relevant these days artists always have to be in their best elements and put out songs that sit well with the people.
To this end, British born model and emerging singer and songwriter, Connor ‘CONSTANTLLL’ Peters is coming with his unique parody style and music ready to occupy his musical niche. Having developed the love for music and entertainment early in life, he only just started taking his passion for music seriously in recent years.
For Constantlll music wasn’t his first priority, as he wanted to be a model. Having modelled for Toronto based clothing line “Vitaly Design”. Modeling their high quality designer shirts, a jewellery line of pendants, chains, rings and bracelets. While still in the University, Connor leveraged on his local presence and influence to promote “The Escape Movement” targeting university students. With the sole aim of bringing attention to the clothing line and driving traffic to the brand and their products in North bay.
Connor who has always been passionate about music only gained popularity when his parody tracks “Everyday Normal Guy” and “Light Skin Magic” went viral. With ‘Everyday Normal Guy’ gaining over 1 million streams on SoundCloud in the first month of release.
The journey only gets better for Constantlll as he gets ready to release his debut album in partnership with the Cave Recording Studios. Armed with the essentials that would give him a edge above others acts in 2021 Connor has shown he is ready to go the whole nine yards with his music career.