What first drew you into music?
I can easily tell that my whole life I have been fascinated by music and deep down I always knew I wanted to try something on my own. I started with producing beats, but as time went on I realized that I wanted to express myself in lyrical form as well. I spoke about my passion with producer named “Sain” and he arranged a studio recording for me, which definitely gave me that starting push.
Listening to your music we can tell you love incorporating interesting new sounds and techniques within each track! What inspires you to experiment and evolve?
My main influence comes from underground scene, names that blew up because of interesting sounds and new techniques. For instance, I love Suicideboys, Night Lovell, Ghostemane, Bladee, however my main inspiration comes from Yung Lean and his Sadboys movement. I always loved how he implemented a brand new sound or his vocal delivery. The whole result as a music definitely moved me in a way that this is more than just a music you listen to. I didn’t want to copy any one of these artists, but I knew that this is the way I want to come up and bring people the sound I want and then maybe they will appreciate it, hate it or whatever. Finally, I want to deliver my sound as a signature with unique sounds and vibe that will get stuck in people’s minds.
It seems like you already found your signature sound ?? Do you have any tips for upcoming musicians that can’t seem to find their own sound?
I can’t tell that I found my signature sound for sure. I feel like I’m always evolving, always trying different approaches, but my main style is influenced by slasher horror movies such as Halloween or Friday the 13th. I like to call my style “Plunder rap”. For upcoming musicians who struggle with their sound, I would recommend trying new things and settle down where they feel comfortable and natural. Never be pushed to create things that doesn’t suit you.
Your track “Tears Of Blood” is your best track in our opinion! From its artwork to the Incredibly powerful sound we absolutely love it. Could you tell us more about the story behind this track? Also, what is your creative process like?
Thanks again for choosing my track! It all started when BigMag sent me the beat and I immediately loved it. It had that nostalgic feeling but kind of in a bad depressing way, so I chose to write down something about the city where I was born in. I got some really bad memories of that city. I closed my curtains, laid down on my bed and started writing. I just wanted to show how sad and horrible was living in a place full of lies, assumptions, and grey lifestyle where people go to work and come home in a never ending cycle. They always turned you down if you showed them something creative and told you something like: “Why don’t you rap like Eminem?”. All memories of that city got me sad and angry at the same time, thus the title “Tears of Blood”. I wrote and recorded the whole thing in a few hours and I could tell that it was a genuine smooth process.
What are your musical goals for the future?
The primary goals for my career would be collaborating with artists that have a new vision, new approach to music and experiment as much as possible. I see my music as a legacy and I don’t want to end up as someone who made the same music you hear on charts. I’ve never had the need to own millions in cash and be with a hundred of women. Influence this generation and create something unique might be my biggest goal. I’m also trying to get some gigs and start putting my live performance on scene. I would love to perform in the United States as I plan on moving there in a few years if everything goes according to the plan, but I am open to any place in the world.
What do you have planned for the coming months? Any upcoming projects we can get excited about?
I released my debut album “Second Gate” two months ago so definitely go and check it out, but I got some singles on the way, starting with “Lone, Pt. 2”, which is going to be released– on 11th of November! I also plan couple collaborations with my longtime G Papi, where we are experimenting with auto-tune plugins. If I’m able to keep my work pace, I am going to deliver another EP by the end of the year.
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