B-Lew – Aesthetic [Interview]

Describe your sound in 3 words

flow, rhythm and energy

Your focus in music is to give off great energy and party vibes. Tell us the first song you think about when it comes to party music.

Wants and needs by Drake has great energy for what I would consider party music.

Trap music came to rule the world, but at the moment the genre feels stagnant. What does the future hold for hip hop in general?

As of right now it seems that hiphop is definitely stagnant and I think the future for hip-hop is mixing with rock and now even more recently UK drill. I still believe hiphop will be a dominant genre in the future because I think there’s still more you can do with it.

Favourite rapper, lyricist and producer?

My favorite rapper would have to be Travis Scott. My favorite lyricist is either Kendrick or Drake. My favorite producer when I first started making music was metro then it shifted quickly to Pierre.

What does hip hop symbolize in your opinion?

Hip-hop to me symbolizes art especially nowadays. Everyone wants to make “hip hop music” now and even now beats have evolved enough to carrying songs. In the past hiphop songs had more context as people had to plan everything thing out more before entering a studio now anyone can create a song from home and even on their phones. We’re literally at a point in time where literally anyone can create music which why it symbolizes art to me.

When not writing music, how do you spend your time?

When I’m not writing music I’m most likely spending time working and editing videos on tiktoks for my @clipstosee account or I’m making artwork itself as I love making wallpapers and cover arts.

One last thing we should know about you?

One thing you should know about me is that I’m always making efforts to be different I don’t like making trending music or I should say I don’t like over saturated sounds in music. Thats never fun.

Thank you!

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