Saint Louis born rapper / producer Save Ferris creates songs that are often driven by his mellow flow & classic production. Born Ethan Healey Ferris began releasing music online under the alias Save Ferris, inspired by the classic 1986 John Hughes hit film Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. While his initial love from music stemmed from all kinds of genres it wasn’t until he was 16 when he discovered passion Hip-hop. Influenced by the 90’s classic Boom-Bap sound, Ferris began as a local beat maker in St. Louis. While perusing the art of production he began writing to his own style of beats, thus giving birth to the Saint Louis artist.
SAVE FERRIS INTERVIEW Q & A
What music have been listening to lately?
I’ve been listening to a lot of Bob Dylan recently shocking enough.
How did you begin making music?
I got into making music through an old friend maybe my Sophomore year of high school. I began as a producer but then went on to write my own songs and the rest is history.
Any Upcoming music?
I got a new song called “Lemonade” with my friend Feedbackotw coming out April 15th.