GC – Dangerous [Interview]

Describe your sound in 3 words

Dynamic, energetic, & experimental

In Dangerous you blend RnB with Hip Hop elements. Tell us a few things about your creative process

Hip Hop has been the most influential genre to me throughout my life even though I’m also passionate about other genre. When I create melodies and lyrics I create whatever comes natural to me. This track in particular I made the melody/ flow in one take. It just felt right.

What is the main topic of your lyrics?

The lyrics in “Dangerous” actually reflect a situation I’ve been through. In life the relationships we have aren’t always so black and white. They can be complex. So this track illustrates how I have a relationship with a girl that is open because an open relationship is all that I’m willing to accept. Because of this she goes to someone else for what I’m not willing to provide. By doing this she is misleading this other person because at the end of the day she is just chasing a more intimate relationship with me and being unfaithful to him.

Main influences?

My main influences come from a wide range of artists. From Drake, Kanye, & Wayne to Frank Sinatra, Elvis and The Weekend.

What would be your dream performance venue?

I would love to perform at Red Rocks or MSG.

What would you be doing right now, if it wasn’t for your music career?

If it weren’t for music I would probably train to be a pro athlete or pursuit a job in sales. But music is what I’m most passionate about.

One last thing we should know about you?

I want to make a big impact in the music scene. For me I’m going to keep making music no matter what the outcome is. I have a lot of new music coming out in the near future.

Thank you!

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