Bonnie X Clyde

Bonnie X Clyde use their outstanding song titled “Torn” to verbalize the most frequent oppressing side of mankind. The song unfolds the justification we mostly fabricate to strip tender feelings, enlivened by Bonnie’s transparent voice and strengthened with their brand futuresque synths and harmonious bass.

“Torn” brings to light the experience of being hurt.  “Torn” was co-produced with the oracular duo Purge. Their brand “vocal bass” intermixes Bonnie’s impressive voice with melodic basslines and groundbreaking accents.

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Big Fil

Tell us everything will need to know about you.
Born in Jacksonville (Duval) Florida, Big Fil is a father, husband and dual artist. I have the gift to sing and rap, and God chose me to be a voice for the streets. I’m very intentional about taking pain from the hood and giving it a platform and then offering the same solution that changed me; that gave me hope. That’s God man.

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State your favorite genre of music and your reason.
Hip Hop all day. I grew up on the sounds of Biggie, Nas, Jay-Z, Scarface, DMX. Though I was from the south, these artists grabbed my heart first because of their lyricism. You can hear the knowledge and how intellectual they were when it came to their music. Story tellers. But I got my edge from Southern rappers like Trick Daddy, Ross, Outkast, Goodie Mob. They spoke from a painful place and share the ugliness of our nation. Can’t deny that at all.

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Tell us your experience as a musician.
I’ve been blessed as a musician. I have been able to evolve as an artist and still keep the ears of our young people.

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Tell us the theme of your song
“Blessed With The Sauce” has a fun theme to it, but at the same time gives you the understanding of where I am as an artist. I want people to know you can speak about the greatness that’s in you and not feel bad about it. It’s OK to humble brag. Just be willing to share the greatness with those around you.

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Name the people behind your success and thank them on this platform.

My wife has been a blessing and has opened my eyes in more ways than one when it comes to my potential and greatness. My kids make me feel like a million bucks. So now I’m working so they can live like we got a million bucks. They deserve that and more. They are my everything. My team “Worship Over Swag”, my friends and community. All those that have seen me come from the bottom are owed a piece of this. Salute!

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Tell us about your future goals.
My future goals consist of continuing to be the best artist I can and creating a brand for myself as an artist. To establish a home for those that are outside the box musically.

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Go into detail about your opinion on religion and politics.
I think both are necessary for this world. People thrive off their beliefs more than we realize. It’s the source behind everything we do. Whether it has a negative or positive approach; I think politics is important for those who will lead our nation in the future. We should learn from history. And those who want to become our leaders could just learn from our history, it would change the perception of those in politics.

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Elaborate on how you think your music is inspiring your fans.
I thinks it’s inspiring because it gives room for fans to find truth outside themselves. There is so much more to life than what’s around us. Go find it, this truth is undeniable.

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Explain the change you have observed so far in the music industry.
The change I have seen so far in the industry is the platform of social media. It’s great for the artists who feel trapped by the politics of the game. If you grind hard and work; you build your own audience. But this social media also kills the relationship of those who are gate keepers of music (radio, DJ, A&R) and it makes the happen less weighted and more gimmick. But having a great balance of these things is great.

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State the artists you cherish most and your reason.

The artists I cherish the most are Michael Jackson, Jay-Z, Kirk Franklin. That’s a good mix of who I am. These guys were risk takers and weren’t afraid to be who they are in a world that was always changing around them. They made timeless music.

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Give us the links to your social network and stores.

Worshipoverswag.com

Twitter.com/BigFil904

Facebook.com/BigFil904

Soundcloud.com/BigFil904

Bigfil.bandcamp.com
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Elaborate on how you develop your lyrics.
I develop my lyrics by writing what’s going on around me. I’m very observant. So I tell stories in 1st person so when you hear me rap; it might be my brother’s story or my wife’s story or the story of a friend up the block. I speak for those around me.

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Tell us if you enjoy collaborating with other artists or just singing as a solo artist.
I enjoy collaborating with others. It brings out the best and challenges you to step out of what you know to do.

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Brief us your opinion on making music that makes people to dance or making the kind of music with genuine message that inspires them.
I think is great to make music YOU love first. I’m doing that; people will feel the love and whether it’s dance music or music with a message I think it will inspire regardless If the artist is in love with it first.

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Tell us what you know about copyright.
I know that copyright is a real thing and in 2017 people still feel the need to overlook it. That’s sad.

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Discuss the impact of a Performing Right Organization.
It’s a great advantage to join one of these organizations because they provide the artist with resources and knowledge of the business. They educate you on publishing and assist in collecting what’s rightfully yours.

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Elaborate on how you develop your melody and instrumentation.
Because I’m singer it comes easy sometimes but I don’t always accept the first melody I hear, but it’s a process for me. I let others hear it. I add harmonies and other things; tricks I do.

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Go into detail on the recording process of this song.
Honestly this song had other beats before I settled on this one. It was so catchy to me that by the time I recorded it, it was a one take type of song. It was so wavy that it wasn’t hard to put it together the way I wanted.

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Discuss your music performance.
My music performance is simple. Connect with those that came out to hear what I had to say… whether it is 10,000 or just 10 people.

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Tell us how you will rate yourself as an artist.
I rate myself among the best. Not on level of success but level of impact. I know when I die; a lot of people will come and celebrate my life. For that I am thankful.

 

$amurai Black

https://soundcloud.com/localtrashrappers/trust-issues

Tell us everything will need to know about you.

My rap name is $amurai Black and I’m a local upcoming artist from Lafayette Louisiana. One of three from the rap group Local Trash Rapper$.

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State your favourite genre of music and your reason.

Rap and R&B. It’s what I listened to growing up and is what I’m more familiar with.

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Tell us your experience as a musician.

I have very little experience with making music, I started 3 months ago with my best friend and producer Ben Reynolds and we’ve just been releasing solo songs since.

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Tell us the theme of your song.

I wanted this song to have more of a heartbreak feeling to it; with mixed emotions about who you can really trust in life.

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Name the people behind your success and thank them on this platform.

I’d like to thank my close friends who help me to spread my music online, with retweets or Snapchat. Also BQuil and JayyBenii in my rap group, and our photographer Casey Sanders.

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Tell us about your future goals.

I would like to make music professionally one day for the whole world to hear, so that people can understand what I’ve been through.

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Go into detail about your opinion on religion and politics.

I don’t really have a religious or political view, it’s dope that everyone has their own opinions and way of looking at life.

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Elaborate on how you think your music is inspiring your fans.

I believe that my music is inspiring people to make their own. I’m showing people that all you have to do is believe in what you do.

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Explain the changes you have observed so far in the music industry.

I haven’t been around in the music industry long enough to see changes, but I have noticed that its shifting to more online advertising to get you music heard unlike in the previous years.

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State the artists you cherish most and your reason.

The artists that inspire me are Kid Cudi, Nav, Drake, and Childish Gambino. I feel like all their music were all unique and have more of the style of music I’m into.

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Give us the links to your social network and stores.

https://www.instagram.com/playboi_aj

https://twitter.com/Jay321Aye

https://soundcloud.com/localtrashrappers

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Elaborate on how you develop your lyrics.

All of my lyrics are from past experiences I’ve had; I just like to tell stories about them.

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Tell us if you enjoy collaborating with other artists or just singing as a solo artist.

I like to collaborate with all artists; it’s interesting seeing what type of music you can make with others.

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Brief us your opinion on making music that makes people to dance or making the kind of music with genuine message that inspires them.

I like making music that people can sing along to, music that connects people with your feelings. It’s what I’m more familiar with.

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Tell us what you know about copyright.

I know not to use other people’s music or any creative work that they have released without their permission or owning rights to such material.

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Discuss the impact of a Performing Right Organization.

I know that Performing Rights Organizations are important because they help to make sure that artists and others are not being exploited for any work that they have done by bigger brands and companies.

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Elaborate on how you develop your melody and instrumentation.

Most melodies and instrumentation are made by my friend who makes beats; I just rap over them.

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Go into detail on the recording process of this song.

I have a home studio where I record most of my music. I often record the verse I’ve written multiple times before finding the one I am most pleased with. I like to do this to make sure I give my absolute best verse per song.

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Discuss your music performance.

My music performance is growing per song we release, I’m very new and this is a learning process for our group. I just try to learn as much as possible as the music grows and audience listening to it.

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Tell us how you will rate yourself as an artist.

I rate myself above most of the average Soundcloud artist and I’m very interested in seeing how far I can grow with my music. I know I haven’t reached my full potential yet and can’t wait to see what I can create in the future.