Soko7 - Moola

Soko7 – Moola

 

Soko7 - Moola

Soko7 – Moola

 

ARTIST NAME: Soko7

 

SONG TITLE: Moola

 

RELEASE DATE: 2/13/2020

 

GENRE: Hip-Hop

 

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Tell us how to refine a demo to a mastered song.

For me, the main difference from demos to finished songs is that I re-record the vocals in a quiet room and fix the errors in the takes, and then I add harmonies.

 

I mix the song to my liking and I send it to my friend @KayoMusiq and he masters it for me, he’s great.

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Discuss the processing involved in creating a song.

I usually start with a sample or chords or an idea, then I record myself mumbling melodies and ideas, I write, re-record and then add drums and bass.

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Elaborate on the themes of most of your songs.

It’s still quite early in my career and I don’t feel like I’ve found any themes or reoccurring patterns.

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Tell us your greatest musical works up to date.

Greatest musical work to date is “Drunk in Love” by Beyonce, which I produced and won several Grammy Awards for.

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Tell us those behind your music process.

It’s mostly me. I collaborate with different producers all the time, it varies from time to time, I mix my music and have my guy @kayomusiq do the mastering, he’s a very talented producer himself.

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Tell us how you are handling the promotion of your music.

I do all my promotion online, Instagram, Facebook, etc. I have a new dancehall song with my guy @blaqpages coming next month and that will be my first taste of influencer marketing (dancers and Choreographers).

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Tell us your future goals and how you aim to accomplish.

I would like to drop my debut album at the top of next year and go on tour.

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Tell us what you think has changed in the music industry.

The industry has changed a lot due to streaming. Social media has also given the power to the creative and as artist you can reach your fans without needing a label.

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Tell the greatest mistake to avoid while making a song.

In my opinion, overthinking is the biggest mistake in the creative process.

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Tell us how you boost your performance.

Champagne, Champagne, and more Champagne – it just puts me in a more carefree mood without making me too drunk to work.

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Explain the structure of the song.

This song “Moola” is 4 bar intro, 8 bar Hook, 8 bar verse, 4 bar pre,8 bar Hook, 8 bar verse, 4 bar pre, 8 bar Hook, then the outro.

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Discuss how the instruments come together for a song.

There is no set way that the song comes together, but for me, I usually start with chords, then words and then do the drums and bass.

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State your musical skills.

I’m a producer, artist, and writer. I don’t play any instruments, but I can engineer and mix the songs that I write.

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Tell if you consider acting in a movie.

When the time is right, I would like to try it… I am interested in TV and Movies.

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Tell us how you eliminate noise in your recordings.

I have a ball mic filter that basically is a ball made of foam that covers the entire mic except for the opening you record through.

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List the name of artists you cherish most.

Sean Paul, DMX, Buju Banton, 50 Cent and a lot of classic African artists that I grew up listening to.

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Tell us how you get inspiration.

I get inspired by sports, movies, and traveling.

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Elaborate on the song.

The song came about very spontaneously, I was in Las Vegas for the weekend and my last night there; my director @Potent__ suggested we shoot a video. I didn’t have any new songs, so I decided to make a song right there on the spot. I made the beat, recorded and shot the video for ‘Moola’ in one night.

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Elaborate on your artist’s name and the title of the album.

My artist name “Soko7” comes from my birth name Brian Soko and 7 was my jersey number when I played soccer in high school.

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Share your press release and review with us.

Moola is a song about my outlook and my worth ethic as a result of growing up with very little in a 3rd world country (Zimbabwe).

 

I speak about my tunnel vision, attitude about work and money, and how I don’t have time for anything if it doesn’t help me move forward financially. This is the mindset of a lot of 1st generation Immigrant families who came to this country to live the American Dream.

 

Eminem + Juice WRLD - Godzilla

Eminem + Juice WRLD – Godzilla

 

Eminem + Juice WRLD - Godzilla

Eminem + Juice WRLD – Godzilla

 

Artist Name:  Eminem + Juice WRLD

 

Song Title:  Godzilla

 

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Eminem is back again with a high-class music video for the song entitled ‘Godzilla’ featuring Juice WRLD.

 

His delivery of words is one of a kind while his performance is impressive.

 

Eminem is one of the greatest rappers with skills.

 

His works to date are hits.

 

Alex Veach – Hideout

Alex Veach – Hideout

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alex Veach – Hideout

Alex Veach – Hideout

 

 

 

 

 

Artist Name:  Alex Veach + Wiz Khalifa

 

Song Title:  Hideout

 

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Alex Veach is a Los Angeles based emerging hip hop artist and composer. While media has made his gender transition a topic, Alex’s actual skills are in his creative activities.

 

Trained in classical piano and jazz trombone since the age of six, he has competed at the state and international levels.

 

He got All-State A+ rankings in the New York State School of Music Association (NYSSMA) for both instruments throughout his schooling and in 2005 he took the Eastman School of Music Award.

 

While finishing his undergraduate and graduate degrees in biomedical engineering and pharmacology from Cornell University in New York, he toured in concert with the university orchestra in Germany.

 

Alex has also joined various musical teams in the past, including dixie groups, chamber ensembles, jazz bands, and wind symphonies citing his versatility as one of his major sources of inspiration.

 

Today, while working as a scientist he has made his first hip hop album release which features major artists and his original electronic music and rap style.

 

He wishes to collaborate with other recording artists and vocalists after finishing the album and performing live.

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Elaborate on your music career.

I produced a hip hop album featuring Gucci Mane, Rick Ross, and Wiz Khalifa and received over 30,000 plays on Spotify over the last few months.

 

The songs include my original compositions, rap, and singing and are in stores already.

 

I was trained in classical piano and jazz trombone and look forward to impacting the hip hop genre in Los Angeles and beyond.

 

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Ms Banks - Bad B Bop

Ms Banks – Bad B Bop

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ms Banks - Bad B Bop

Ms Banks – Bad B Bop

 

 

 

 

 

 

Artist Name:  Ms Banks

 

Song Title:  Bad B Bop

 

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Ms Banks proves to be one of the finest female rappers in the song entitled ‘Bad B Bop.’

 

She delights with a steady delivery of words.

 

‘Bad B Bop’ is no doubt a timeless rap hit.

 

There is consistency in her delivery of words while the hook of the song is memorable.

 

The performance is remarkable while the video is overwhelming.

 

Her style of rapping in ‘Bad B Bop’ is noteworthy.

 

The video is rich in eye-catching colours and switching of various plots enhances the video.

 

Choreography is excellent, and the lighting is magnificent.

 

The blend of hardcore rap with gimmick rap with bouncy instrumentation brings the best out of the song.

 

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Donn Chii – Chocolate Lemonade

Donn Chii – Chocolate Lemonade

 

 

 

 

 

 

Donn Chii – Chocolate Lemonade

Donn Chii – Chocolate Lemonade

 

 

 

 

 

Artist Name:  Donn Chii

 

Song Title:  Chocolate Lemonade

 

Release Date:  10/18/2019

 

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After years as a bassist and guitarist in bands in the Dallas area, DONN CHII has brought forth his lyrical skills and ventured into the hip/hop sphere.

 

A 27-year-old from Detroit, now living in Dallas, Donn Chii grew up influenced by the rap/hip-hop culture but picked up a bass guitar at 14, getting involved in rock bands.

 

For years, he played in rock/metal/punk bands, studied music in college, toured and has crafted his skill. He wanted to take all his influences and make them his own so he went solo.

 

Under the name “DonnCham,” he showcased his creative musical style and motivational rhymes on his mixtapes, PRIMETIME and DARK AGES.

 

He changed his name to “Donn Chii” to match his ambitious spirit and positive mindset.

 

His passion sets him apart and is clear through his music and life.

 

He continues to expand his musical resume in the studio, through live performances and collaborations with other artists.

 

Donn Chii releases his fresh 5 track EP titled “TAIJI”. You’ll find clever lines and a new spark of motivation on songs like “On My Shxt” and “Paper Or Plastic” then shows off his creative melodies and darker side on “Downfall” and “RIPs.” His extensive musical background ensures there is something for everyone on this EP!

 

His latest single called “Watch Me” shows off a different style than previously heard on “TAIJI” but is more enjoyable and delivers a story about leaving behind a toxic relationship.

 

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Discuss your music career.

I’m a 28-year-old male from Detroit, now living in Dallas. I grew up influenced by the rap/hip-hop culture but picked up a bass guitar at 14 and got involved in rock bands.

 

For years, I played in rock/metal/punk bands, studied music in college, toured and have crafted my skill.

 

I wanted to take all my influences and make them mine so I went solo. I released my new single, CHOCOLATE LEMONADE, on October 18th. It’s about how two things can be good separately but not so great together, like in a relationship.

 

I have other singles and my EP, TAIJI, with my first single, Paper Or Plastic, scoring over ten thousand Spotify plays and twenty-one SoundCloud plays.

 

I take my influences from Lil Uzi Vert, Post Malone, and Big Sean.

 

I represent POSITIVITY and aim to bring good energy (or chi) to my fans! If you’re further interested, PLEASE give a shout back!

 

Lyrics:

You’re so bittersweet

I love it but I hate the recipe

Together with mixed personalities

But I can’t get enough and now you calling my bluff

I swear you just like chocolate lemonade

 

So bittersweet on my tongue

I swear you just like chocolate lemonade

And yet I can’t get enough

I swear you just like chocolate lemonade

 

My favourite memory

My worst catastrophe

I’m mad you got the best of me

I gave you everything

Except a wedding ring

So bad and boujee,

I just tried to show you finer things

You call me late, I be up

You need a feel good re up

But when I pull up to your town, you got no time to free up

You had me doing somersaults, wrapped up around your finger Bet you had no idea I’d turn into your favourite singer

 

Goddamn where did time go by?

Rather see you with a dyke than with some other guy

Nowadays I’m way too busy to give love a try

But swear

I’m lucid dreaming about you like every night Oh man,

Did I rat myself?

Did I rat myself?

Obsession turned to depression,

I need to find some help

I wish you’d drop your location,

I need to find you now

Who knew it’d come to this?

My tongue between your lips

You’re so bittersweet

I love it but I hate the recipe

Together with mixed personalities

But I can’t get enough and now you callin my bluff

I swear you just like chocolate lemonade

So bittersweet on my tongue

I swear you just like chocolate lemonade

And yet I can’t get enough I swear you just like chocolate lemonade

 

Oh god don’t let it go to your head

Can’t let it get to my head

Don’t wanna end up mislead

Don’t leave my message on read

Posting a pic with your friends

You should come over instead

 

Why you actin like that?

Why you roll your eyes?

Only time you give look is when my head between your thighs Pussy power moist, it’s on point, like you throwing knives

I was in too deep, I had to flee, had to desensitize

Guess our time is up, it’s on luck,

I can’t pay no mind

Sick of being broke, it ain’t no joke,

I had to pay some fines

Life been moving fast, get this cash,

I’m still in my prime Sending your congratulations text to my old other line

 

My other line

The other side was greener when it wasn’t dry

Why do I try?

I suck at taking my advice

I pay the price,

I need new taste buds

Your sweet and sour curry spice still on my mind because

 

You’re so bittersweet

I love it but I hate the recipe

Together with mixed personalities

But I can’t get enough and now you calling my bluff

I swear you just like chocolate lemonade

So bittersweet on my tongue

I swear you just like chocolate lemonade

And yet I can’t get enough

I swear you just like chocolate lemonade

 

 

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Travis Thompson - Reckless Endangerment

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Travis Thompson - Reckless Endangerment

Travis Thompson – Reckless Endangerment

 

 

 

 

 

Artist Name:  Travis Thompson

 

Song Title: Reckless Endangerment

 

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Travis Thompson brings to light a surprising music video for the song entitled ‘Reckless Endangerment.’

 

The concept of the video is noteworthy.

 

Travis thrills with nonstop rap skills and one can feel the impact of the song.

 

Creativity is the best word that best describes the skillful rapper.

 

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The album ‘Reckless Endangerment’ commences with the plink of an out-of-tune piano that bleeds into church organ on ‘Duality’ as Travis raps with focus, flair, and fire.

 

It follows a personal thread as he examines depression and darkness on the somber yet soulful ‘Mad Mad World.’

 

Meanwhile, he delivers one of the most intriguing and inimitable collaborations of the year by way of ‘Glass Ceiling’ [featuring Macklemore, Sir Mix-A-Lot, and Prometheus Brown].

 

Over ominous production these four MC’s initiate a head-spinning lyrical crossfire. He gets confessional on ‘Pray For Me’, before delivering tightly wound rhymes over stark and simple scoring on ‘Don’t Run’ [featuring A-Trak].

 

Everything culminates on the title track ‘Reckless Endangerment’ where his delicate delivery echoes above acoustic guitar and horns before the powerful refrain, “Maybe one day we can live again.”

 

“Reckless Endangerment” follows up his “Runaways” EP, which tallied over twenty million Spotify streams and garnered tastemaker praise…

 

Hailing from the suburbs of Burien, Washington, buzzing rapper Travis Thompson threads together emotionally charged and evocative stories with each and every rhyme.

 

He blasted onto the mainstream radar during 2017 after earning the endorsement of fellow Pacific Northwest titan Macklemore who invited him to open up a sold-out North American tour and duet on a seminal performance during The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

 

Capitalizing on this momentum, he rolled tape on his 13-track independent full-length YOUGOOD? and accompanying feature-length film. Appropriately, it premiered at a sold-out movie theatre in his hometown.

 

Along the way, “Need You” eclipsed five million Spotify streams with numerous other songs crossing the one-million mark.

 

2019 sees him positioned for stardom with a new deal for Epic Records, his Runaways EP and full-length debut, “Reckless Endangerment.”

 

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Giggs + Labrinth - Don't Go Hungry

Giggs + Labrinth – Don’t Go Hungry

 

Giggs + Labrinth - Don't Go Hungry

Giggs + Labrinth – Don’t Go Hungry

 

Giggs + Labrinth – Don’t Go Hungry

 

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Giggs is one of the finest rappers from the UK. His delivery of rap verses is amazing.

 

One of the MCs to receive Drake’s patronage during the Canadian’s 2017 🇬🇧 love-in, his fifth studio album has a cross-Atlantic guest list that hints at broader ambitions.

 

In less credible hands, this could feel like a calculated lurch, but it’s Giggs we’re dealing with: His US guests are in his house to play by his rules.

 

This means we get Jadakiss patrolling Peckham with menace on “MIC CHECK,” Lil Yachty battling the baleful, gothic production of “NOSTALGIA,” and, best of all, Swizz Beatz trying to wrest control of the glorious anarchy of “TERMINATOR.”

 

With that dexterous flow both thunderous and playful, Giggs himself has never sounded better, hungrier, or more relaxed. He’s put together a record that feels important—beyond the UK.

 

Myles Whittingham directed the official video for ‘Don’t Go Hungry’ taken from the new album ‘BIG BAD.’

 

Giggs is a British rapper who made his acclaimed solo album debut in 2008 with ‘Walk in da Park.’

 

Born Nathan Thompson in 1985 and hailing from Peckham, South London, he is affiliated with the group SN1 and is known as Hollowman.

 

His backstory includes a two-year prison sentence for gun charges.

 

Following many mixtape releases and a much-touted freestyle called “Talking the Hardest,” Giggs made his full-length solo debut in 2008 with the released album Walk in da Park.

 

Later in the year, he won the 2008 BET Award for Best U.K. Act, beating out popular favourites Dizzee Rascal and Chip.

 

He signed a recording contract with XL Recordings and made preparations to release his major-label album debut, Let Em Ave It, in 2010.

 

Returning three years later, Giggs released his follow-up, When Will It Stop, in 2013, which saw him working with the likes of Ed Sheeran, Anthony Hamilton, and Styles P.

 

Giggs returned in 2016 with his lauded third studio album Landlord, which reached number two on the U.K. Album Chart.

 

After appearing on a pair of Drake tracks in early 2017, Giggs followed up with the Wamp 2 Dem mixtape in October of that year.

~ Jason Birchmeier, Rovi

 

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Breon S.Y.N.D.E.L – Zoned

 

Breon S.Y.N.D.E.L – Zoned

 

ARTIST NAME: Breon S.Y.N.D.E.L

 

SONG TITLE:  Zoned

 

RELEASE DATE: July 4th, 2019

 

GENRE: Hip Hop

 

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Up and coming Brooklyn artist incorporating meditative sounds into new school Hip-Hop – Melodic Verses so smooth you will feel as if you want to sing along without even knowing the words.

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Tell us your name, country of birth and childhood experience.

Breon S.Y.N.D.E.L

 

Brooklyn, New York

 

Running around the city and trying to figure things out.

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Tell us how you discover hip-hop.

I’ve listened to so much music at a young age. I love new music! I get suggestions from friends all the time.

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Brief us your experience creating your first song.

My therapy stopped being covered by my insurance so I needed a new way to release. I got the instrumental that day and started writing!

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List the name of the artists that have influenced you.

Frank Ocean, Travis Scott, Drake, and Kanye West.

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Discuss the difference between the old school songs and new school songs.

The subject matter is a big one but also the way things are said. A lot of newer songs don’t seem to have as much feeling.

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Discuss the evolution in the sound of hip-hop.

It’s constantly changing which is dope. I think one of the biggest things is how melodic hip hop is showing itself to be.

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List the name of your favourite hip-hop artist.

Travis Scott, Drake, Big Sean…

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Explain what you understand by hip-hop culture to the best of your knowledge.

Just be genuine and hard working. People will gravitate.

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Discuss hip-hop in details.

Just a great way of expression that can connect people around the world. There is so much power in it, especially when it comes from a real place.

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List the name of hip-hop greatest producers and state your reason.

Metro is the G.O.A.T, Whatshisname is a great rising producer that people sleep on and of course 40!

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List the name of hip hop greatest songwriters and state your reason.

Frank Ocean and XXXtentacion are the two names that fly out of my head. Those guys are amazing and really know how to paint a picture and gather emotion in any piece they make.

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List the name of hip hop greatest artists and state your reason.

There are just so many to name that we don’t appreciate.

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Tell us how you compose or write lyrics.

I write poems all the time. They’re usually related without me even realizing. Then I will hear a beat and stitch them together if possible.

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Brief us your recording experience in the studio.

Usually, it will be me and the FCL crew in the studio cracking jokes and recording around those.

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Tell us how you get involved in hip-hop.

I’ve always been interested in music. I got into a crazy car accident and that led to me being in the studio all the time.

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Tell us your gain and loss as an artist.

Not really sure. I’m just happy people like my music!

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Tell us the piece of advice you will give to a new artist.

Plan your releases!

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Discuss the music industry.

I’m still learning about it myself.

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State your future goal.

Be featured on “Hot Ones.”

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Discuss the process involved in making this song.

It was my first time ever drafting a song and recording it more than once.

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Tell us everything we need to know about the song.

It’s a part 2 to my first song ‘Taken.’ Check it out if you can! I’m telling a story.

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Tell us how you come up with the title of the song and your artist name.

My artist name is my given name but a suggestion from my producer gave me the idea to change the spelling. The name of the song came from how focused I was when writing it, I just kind of “Zoned” out.

 

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GR3YWXLF – MAD

GR3YWXLF – MAD

 

GR3YWXLF – MAD

GR3YWXLF – MAD

 

ARTIST NAME: GR3YWXLF

 

SONG TITLE: MAD.

 

RELEASE DATE: JULY 5th, 2019

 

GENRE: Hip Hop/Rap

 

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State your history.

My name is GR3YWXLF, a supervillain and humble meme curator from West London. Originally Jamaican born, I’ve been dabbling with cartoons, poetry, comics and music for most of my life.

 

I initially started out producing little bits and pieces here and there – old Kanye styled sampling (nothing too groundbreaking)…transitioning to writing raps and perfecting flows.

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Describe yourself as an artist.

Enigmatic wordsmith…

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Tell us the genre of your music.

I’d say my genre of music is an amalgamation of genres – specifically lo-fi, hip hop and R&B. With some alternative elements sprinkled in for good measure. I’m a big fan of experimenting with sounds so I find myself floating between multiple lines and would say I’m somewhat niche with it.

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Tell us the story behind your song.

“MAD.” was inspired by an argument I had with someone who was really dialed up in his feelings – Real salty like aggression. Instead of allowing myself to be caught up by how tedious the exchange was, I took that and used it as a springboard to flex some ego and stunt a little bit for this vibe. I also wanted to create something catchy, so here we are.

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Tell us the problems you are facing as an artist.

Right now, my only problem is adequate exposure as an independent. While it’s somewhat “easier” to do it alone nowadays, the dynamics of everything has changed a great deal with social media, etc. There is always something new to learn, something more I need to do. It’s forever a learning curve.

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Discuss the recording and production of the song.

The beat was created by a dope producer from Rotterdam by the name of AJSOUNDS. Stylistically it sounded different, which immediately caught my attention and with a little Whisky on deck I knew I had to cook up something slick.

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List the names of blogs, radio or television stations that have supported you so far.

Blogs wise, so far I’ve had support from, Buzz Music, DOPECAUSEWESAID, A&R Factory, Xune Mag, Xttrawave, UndergroundHipHop Blog, ItsHipHop, IndieHipHop.

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Brief us what inspires you to make music.

I just like to create stuff. For the most part, inspiration can be fuelled by a variety of things at any given time. Sometimes I hear a beat and immediately get an idea I want to write, or I’m watching Rick and Morty and I catch an abstract topic to paint.

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Tell the piece of advice you will give to an upcoming artist.

Just have fun with it! Don’t be too consumed by the numbers and own your vibe. It’s easier said than done I know, especially in an age where it seems you don’t have to necessarily be talented to get far (no shade but we all know it’s true). However, I feel people ultimately connect with realness, eventually. So just be real…

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Name your favourite artists for collaboration.

There are so many fire artists out there I could be listing and wishing for days, I’d love to collaborate with EarthGang. Saba would be dope. Also Frank Ocean or Kali Uchis, I feel like it would be some real mellow ambiance.

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Tell us how you will spend a million dollars.

I’d be really boring at first, buy some new comics, a wings franchise, and probably do some investments. Then I’d spend some money on a private island so I could build the ultimate base of operations, like the ‘Batcave’ and stuff but for ‘Supervillainy’ inventing random technology.

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Discuss music promotion and how you are boosting your fan base.

Right now I’m just trying to stay consistent and release as much as I can, and trying to be more active on social media. I haven’t got a team or anything like that so everything I do is firmly grounded in me focusing my energy. Promotion is a tricky thing but talking to and being featured by outlets do help to bridge the gap between me and potential listeners.

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

I’m still trying to figure out the right balance with this. There are weeks where all I do is music, watching tutorials on how to do things and not much else. No friends, no partying. I’m still trying to fine-tune my time and energy…

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State your artist’s name and elaborate on it.

My name is GR3YWXLF, new age supervillain. It’s basically greywolf but spelled ultra-fancier. Like 6LACK is actually “Black”. If you didn’t understand before, you should now – Mind is blown right.

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State the title of the song and the meaning.

“MAD.”- A song about never apologizing for your energies. Naysayers will always be salty like a sea breeze, but don’t let them water down your flavour.

 

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