The Most Important Thing 

Check out Axel’s music at Axel Mansoor Spotify and if you are keen on joining or performing at the Lullaby Club here is the link, Lullaby Club

About Axel Mansoor 

You may have seen his face on Clubhouse app’s logo, Axel Mansoor is an upcoming recording artist out of Los Angeles. He is the creator of the Lullaby Club on the Clubhouse app and is well known for his creativity of using the app as a platform to spread his music On top of that, Axel Mansoor had been nominated for a Daytime Emmy for his song that he had written for “General Hospital” in 2018. Check out his latest tracks “ I wrote this when I was mad” and “Kids can be so stupid” which are available to download on Spotify. 

About Lullaby Club 

Dawning the warm vibes of soothing, soft and snuggly, Lullaby Club is a crowd of warm hearted souls that aims to immerse themselves in bliss tunes and soothing voices. Founded by Axel Mansoor, Lullaby Club pampers its audience with like minded tastes and the freedom of expression for their softer sides 

The environment of Lullaby Club is always safe and warm playing a variety of featured artists and MC’s. The club is always open to talents that are keen on lullaby style performances during their open mic nights on Fridays 9pm PST. 

Episode Overview 

In this episode, Axel Mansoor and I discussed the lessons that he learned as a third culture kid and rising musician. We chat about the creation of Lullaby Club and his journey to becoming the Icon of Clubhouse. Axel shared his upbringing, values and broke down his music describing what his thought process was when he composed his songs. 

My Favorite Quotes: 

“Life is hard but Lullaby Club is soft” 

“There are no such thing as a good emotion or a bad emotion...all emotions are important” 

“Expressing gratitude is one of the most powerful things I believe in life and it's one of the most connective things in life, between two people whether or not you’re strangers. Like when you’re truly expressing gratitude to somebody for something and they are able to receive it, it creates a sense of real connection even if you never met or won't meet again. As a performer, it feels so good to put something out into the world and have it reflect back to you as like

“I am grateful that you did that” It gives you the energy you know... It makes you feel seen. And so it's a situation where it's just a total win-win because the artists are getting something and the people are getting something by saying thank you and it makes people feel connected.” 

“The quickest way to make somebody anxious or depressed or feel lost or feel unfulfilled is to tell them...here's an emotion that you’re not allowed to have“ 


Episode Breakdown: 

5.00 Axel’s clubhouse experience 

10.00 Lessons learnt and being independent 

15.00 Axel’s criteria of answering Dm’s 

20.00 Axel’s take on measuring success 

25.00 Axel’s 5 values 

30.00 Personal growth and leaning into trust 

35.00 Axel discusses holding space and open mics 

40.00 Expressing gratitude is powerful 

45.00 Axel breaks down his music 

55.00 Defining 3rd culture kid 

Episode Links 

Axel’s Info 

Marc's Info 


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