In Let Them Be a great variety of flows blends with a heavy on 808s instrumental. Tell us a few things about it
“Let Them Be” as far as an instrumental was really hitting all the components for me in a beat. The 808’s are strong and rough and the beat just has that rugged sound I was looking for.
Where did you draw inspiration from?
As far the inspiration. I just do what I normally do and just let the music come to me naturally. I never force my pen, which provides me my best creative work when the motivation to create does come to me.
What first got you into music?
What first got me into music was my parents really. I don’t think I can think of a time where I wasn’t influenced by music. I’ve been banging on pots and pans since I was 2 years old. So may from then on is what did it for me.
Do you have an artist that you would describe as a hidden gem that we should know about?
Not too sure what you mean by “hidden gem” in the context of how the question was asked. But if I’m answering correctly. I think King Dev, one of the artists that I collaborate with is a diamond in the rough waiting to be found. Dude is really gonna change the landscape in the drill genre of rap when he gets discovered in my opinion.
What is the biggest challenge you have faced as an artist so far?
The biggest challenge for me as an artist so far is really, exposure. You do everything in your power to make good music and hope people can recognize your talent. Sometimes talent gets overlooked. But that’s all apart of the process that goes into it.
Favorite music related film?
I’d be lying if I didn’t say that I had to google the meaning of this specific question haha. But I don’t think I could pick just one. There’s a good amount but, Hustle and Flow, Cadillac Records, School of Rock etc. It’s a long list, but to name a few.
What would you say is your biggest vice?
I think my biggest vice is that I’m a perfectionist. Which isn’t really a bad thing in most cases but when it comes to being creative. It can
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