Latest Interview With founder of WavGrind Luke

Q: First of all tell us about the start of your professional career?

When I was young, I was learning how to play guitar. That was kind of my “intro” into music. As I started to get interested in EDM songs, I suddenly got the urge to go and produce my own music. Later on I started listening to R&B and hip hop, and that’s when I discovered beat selling, and how powerful it could be. Since then I’ve been working really hard to grow Legacy Beats, and WavGrind. I’ve been able to work with thousands of musicians, rappers, and producers.

Q: What advice would you give to beginners who are nervous?

Making music is something that should be fun, and satisfying. If you’re worried about what people think of your music, that can be an issue. A lot of revolutionary producers dealt with a lot of opposition and hate when they were creating music, it’s part of the struggle. Just know that there are millions of people around the world ready to support you if they hear and like your music. Focus on them, not anyone negative.

Q:When you decide it’s time to make a new record, is that more exciting or stressful?

Exciting, making music shouldn’t be stressful. There are unlimited possibilities of what I can create, and what will happen to it. It might be my favourite track I’ve ever produced, or it might be a track that a big artist ends up recording vocals on. It’s a fun, exciting project.

Q: How easily do songs tend to come to you?

It depends, sometimes it’s super easy, other times I get “writer’s block”. When I create a song 100% from scratch, it can be difficult to come up with ideas, especially when I’m just staring at a blank project. That is why I ended up creating

It has a lot of sample and MIDI packs so producers can drag and drop MIDI or melodies if they get stuck. If I ever get properly stuck, I will just drag in a melody or MIDI that is the style I’m looking for. I like to create music from scratch a lot of the time, but collaborating with my team or other producers is a great experience.

Q: What is you favourite song to belt out at the bar/in the car right now?

Better days by Polo G and NEIKED is too good. That, or any older Kendrick song.

Q :What are your future goals as a music artist?

I want to grow my personal brand as a producer, as well as grow WavGrind to one of the biggest sample pack sites in the world. I also would like to work with some big/talented artists that I grew up listening to.

Q :How can we follow you on social media ??

You can check out my Instagram @legacybeats or check out my business page @wavgrind, or go to