Apollo Fresh

 

Tell us how you come about the song.

I was in my room listening to beats with Blake$ale when the instrumental for Daddy played I started freestyling and I recorded it with my iPhone. Then I took that audio and wrote to it. It was pretty quick because I liked and kept most of what I freestyled it was a really fun song. When I actually recorded the song I was in Broward county Florida right after hurricane Irma, we had no power and I was recording in my car with a USB mic and my laptop.

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Tell us about you as a person outside the musical world.

I am really chill and but I also have a lot of energy when I want to. I like to vibe and relax but I also love to turn up and get crazy. I love anime and video games. I am Haitian American. I love animals and am pretty peaceful. I enjoy my alone time.

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Tell us about you as a musician.

As a musician I have had a steady growth. Since I started I haven’t stopped getting better. I like to make music based on how the instrumentals I choose make me feel.

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Tell us how you manage other activities with your musical career.

Proper prioritization. I try to make sure I get done what I have to get done and work on music everyday.

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Tell us your experience as a musician.

Following my passion and growing as a musician and creator has helped me to grow as a person as well.

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Tell us five artists you can regard as legends.

Biggie Smalls, Kendrick Lamar, Andre 3000, Tyler the Creator, and Kid Cudi.

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Tell us the names of the media that have supported you so far.

Brain bakery Mag. WAVlengths, The Mars files, the Nu Miami, LA on Lock, and others. Now BroadTube as well I thank and appreciate y’all.

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Tell us your future plans pertaining music.

I plan on dropping consistent music loving everything thing I do. I plan on seeing where music takes me. I plan to keep rising with constant growth.

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Tell us what motivates you to write songs.

My love for music motivates me to write songs.

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Tell us the names of the artists you have worked with and the ones you will like to work with in the future.

I’ve worked with Blake$ale, Anto, OnlyPerc, Peter Lange, Kenkenkiltit, Yung Simmie. I’d like to work with Andre 3000, Nolanberollin, Skimask The Slumpgod, Kid Cudi.

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Tell us what you think about creativity and originality in music.

Creativity and originality is very important but it is very important because creativity and originality stem from tapping into yourself rather that copying others. It’s also important to not limit yourself out of fear that you sound like someone else. Just have fun, who cares if you sound like someone else every now and then. Somebody’s always going to have an opinion.

 

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Tell us the reason you are into music.

I’m not sure I always loved music but never realized it until I was like 16. I have a few musicians in my family as well.

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Give us the links to connect you on social media and links to purchase your music.

Twitter/Instagram: @Apollo_Fresh

https://twitter.com/Apollo_Fresh

https://www.instagram.com/apollo_fresh/

https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/apollo-fresh/1265708899

https://soundcloud.com/apollofresh

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Tell us your view on old school music and new school music in terms of preference.

It is all music and can be appreciated; I personally favor new school music because that is where you venture in the frontier of music’s evolution. But you can argue that the old school sound is evolving as well. Over all what do the terms old school and new school even mean, ultimately it’s all just music and new music is being created every day.

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Tell us your most memorable day as an artist.

My most memorable day as an artist is probably my first performance. I had thrown the show with Peter Lange along with help from others and it was our first show as well. It was awesome; it started my career as an artist within the scene in south Florida and ultimately the world.

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Tell us your genre of music.

 I have been calling my music “Alternative Rap”.

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Tell us how you write and record your songs.

I freestyle, write in my iPhone notes, and sometimes a combination of both. I record with my home set up or at various studios.

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Tell us what you will do for the people if you found yourself in a position of power.

Create platforms for creators and help raise the consciousness of the world.

Published by

Kolade Olamide

I am a poet , writer, beat maker, chef, songwriter, web designer, music promoter,digital marketer, blogger and director.

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