I plan to have a foundation to be able to start giving back to my community @Hunnid_CCG
September 2, 2017
Where are you from?
Born & Raised on the Southside of Chicago
Describe your sound:
Trap conscious. For me that’s somewhere between the hustle, the struggle and the mental battle with life. This genre classification was actually given to me by a producer based out of LA and stuck with me ever since. My music and sound represent where I came from but also shows where I’m headed. My music is a profound blend of Martin Luther King, Malcom X, Tupac, DMX, Trey Songz, Jodeci, Eminem and Lil Wayne.
Tell us about your latest track:
This latest track is a remix of Playboi Carti’s Magnolia. Every now and again I like to remix some poular songs and this happened to be one of the most popular at this particular time. I had to sprinkle my essence on the remix and get the world a piece of Hunnid. I wanted to make sure to give the world a Chicago version of Magnolia.
Who inspires you?
Tupac along with several of our great past leaders – Martin Luther King, Malcolm X and many other historic leaders. For me, it’s more than music and those people who inspire me have always put the community first. That’s what it’s about for me, the community. Those leaders were all dauntless, ambitious, passionate, intelligent, rebellious and most of all strong. They were always able to keep the bigger picture in the forefront of every move they made.
Where do you see your career in 5 years?
In 5 years, I see myself as an established artist with one, if not several, songs on the billboard top 100. A household name is farfetched, but I plan to have a foundation to be able to start giving back to my community and making a difference where it counts.
Where can we check out your sounds?
Tell us something about yourself that the people need to know.
I am a multi-faceted artist with several sounds and sides to me. Many hear one song, watch one video, etc and run with it without knowing or understanding there is so much more to me. Not everyone is going to love every single song I put out, but I know I have something for everyone.
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