We've featured 21-year-old Saciid Mohamud, aka Wun, a few times over the past few years and each time his production work gets better and better.

'Seasons' loops a sample for a murky, somewhat gloomy output that still somehow seems to ride through the speakers for a smooth, soothing output. "'Seasons' is something I've been working on for the past few days. I randomly found the sample in an old folder, heard it and completely feel in love with it," he told us via email. "The style of the song is something I've been working on for a bit longer, I'm really interested in King Tubby, Scientist and the whole Dub sound; I've been wanting to express some of those ideas into some of my latest songs."

Intrigued by his inspirations, we decided to do a little more digging, which eventually and rather unintentionally turned into an interview. When asked where he finds his inspirations, Wun says he's inspired everywhere. "I can find inspiration from friends to something random I caught on the news. As far as artistically, I'm mainly inspired by artists like Miles Davis, J-Dilla and Gil-Scott Heron for having made such incredible time-tested music."

What risk would you take if you knew you could not fail?

I'm not sure, I try to live my life without thinking to much about failing. If it's meant to be it'll be and whatnot

When was the last time you tried something new?

I try to do something new regularly and recently that's been meditating. It's something I've been meaning to do for years and I just started on my 21st birthday (16/06).

What are you currently working on?

I'm currently working on two projects, ones a tape which 'Seasons' features on. The other project is titled Dead Horses and is a rap project I've been working on for the past few years.

What's the most challenging thing you've ever created?

I'm not quite sure, but I feel the process of making music is very challenging. I channel a lot of emotion into my music and that can take a lot out of me at times. After making a lot of music in a short space of time I usually take some time out to balance myself.

Which of your talents do you think people overlook?

I feel I'm overlooked as an artist. I'm not just a "hip-hop producer" making music to get rapped over. I feel I have so much more to offer the world.

Listen to 'Seasons' above and be sure to check out Wun on SoundCloud.