“I always want people to have a good time listening to my music and try to make music that lift people’s spirits. I want it to make you happy. I try to think about what people can relate to,” Austin said, adding that the name “Superstar Ace” was inspired by his belief that he was a superstar and an ace.
“I have always thought of myself as an ace. The Superstar Ace name came about when I had to get a social media handle, and I had to choose something unique. Somehow that kind of stuck,” he laughed.
Borders don’t confine Superstar Ace, the producer and now recording artist, and he has had the opportunity to perform in England.
“I did enjoy that because they are quite responsive to the music and they come out to support upcoming artists. Performing in and touring England would be my major highlight.”
His latest Wassa Wassa music video, directed by Kyle Lewis, is expected to be released in the next two weeks.
Wassa Wassa mean “naughty”, and Superstar Ace vows to take the African music industry to new heights with his latest Afrofuturism (African and Future) look and feel.
The fun and sexy entertainer is a total enigma who blows people away with his style, music and everything that he does.
“The African continent is speaking a different language in the music scene. There are more interconnections that are rising, thanks to social media breaking boundaries across the continent and taking music closer to the people,” Superstar Ace said.