Calvin Arsenia On 'Honeydew,' Covering Britney Spears & More | Up Close & Personal

The Kansas City-bred singer/harpist spoke to the Recording Academy about his albums, reimagining "Toxic" on the harp and more.

Calvin Arsenia's ethereal, emotional music dances across genres without being tied down in any one place. With his 2018 debut album Cantaloupe and its dancefloor-ready reimaging on the Honeydew EP, the multi-instrumentalist singer/songwriter is a shimmering force to be reckoned with.

The Recording Academy caught up with the Kansas City native to learn more about the inspiration behind the two albums and what it was like bringing new life to Britney Spears' GRAMMY-winning classic "Toxic."

Read The Full Interview: Calvin Arsenia On Dancehall-Inspired 'Honeydew,' Covering Britney Spears & Kansas City | Up Close & Personal


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