Computed Emotions’ instrumental sounds very original indeed. Tell us a few things about your creative process. How many beats do you listen to before deciding to actually use one?
When it comes to picking beats I go by vibes. I have to love the beat as soon as I hear it that’s when I know that the song will be great. I usually just look up some beats and if I love it I use that one right then in there.
Where did you draw inspiration from?
From my every day life. I try to talk about what I’m dealing with at that moment in my music. That way it feels more authentic and that’s just my way of being honest.
What is the story behind your name?
To make a long story short I used to go by Goyard Marley I changed it to G.Pari$ because it just easier to say. it’s also very similar to my original. I just took the G from Goyard and changed the Marley to Pari$.
Artists and people who have influenced and inspired you?
As for people that inspired me it would be my little brother first of all he really pushes me to become a better artist. Overall I just have a very supportive family and I’m blessed to have them. As for artists Kanye, Tyler the creator, Kendrick Lamar, J.Cole
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?
I feel like it’s just getting started. Things are going to change and fast. if you look around now a lot of the music scenes have changed over the past couple years and it’s only gonna grow. You may feel stagnant now but soon there’s going to be a big change.
When not writing music, how do you spend your time?
Working man. when I’m not making music I’m working. I work 12 hour shifts at a behavioral health center. so whenever I get a chance to create I take that chance. Most of my day is me working on something whether it’s music or at work
What would you say is your biggest vice?
I would say getting out of my head. I’m in my head a lot I’m learning how to deal with it and not second-guess myself. I’m growing to trust my intuition.