Ok-Pop star Eric Nam has just lately unveiled an app Mindset to deliver artists of various communities on one platform to debate their psychological well being journey and break psychological well being taboos within the Asian group.
Whereas chatting with Insiderthe Paradise singer, who can be a founding father of Dive Studios, mentioned, “This leisure trade is cutthroat and due to this fact, I needed to create a platform that will enable artists to talk freely in a cushty setting about no matter was occurring.”
The singer-songwriter desires Mindset to be a protected house for Asian American who’re capable of inform their tales with out “worry of judgement”.
In the meantime, Nam additionally recalled his not-so-easy musical journey when he got here to Korea after shifting from America.
“The journey to turn out to be an unbiased musician has been actually difficult. It sounds attractive, it sounds cool. But it surely’s a lot work,” he added.
The singer continued, “I had plenty of emotional misery once I was beginning my profession in Korea. I used to be affected by signs of tension and despair.”
Curiously, the crooner additionally knowledgeable how the document label warned him to not search remedy as a result of this may affect his music profession.
Nam added that this complete expertise has helped him perceive the importance of psychological well being which is why he developed this app to make this trade inclusive.