My hobby is Hip-Hop history. My whole life I've read up on the greats @3Metto
September 10, 2017
Where are you from?
I was born in Guam, moved to Germany, then to Las Vegas, and then to Georgia. That's what happens when you're a military brat. But I've lived most of my life in Gwinnett County.
Describe your sound:
My sound is hard-hitting beats with complex flows and great lyricism. It's the type of music that is hard to master singing along to, but is super fun once you do.
Tell us about your new track?
My latest track is the bonus track off of my newest mixtape. The track is called "Heisenberg," and it's self-produced by me. I had just binged watched Breaking Bad and saw potential in making a drug reference-filled song with the main character's name, and out came the banger that Heisenberg is.
Who inspires you?
My music inspirations are Kanye West, and definitely Asap Rocky. His flow is just impeccable, he could literally rap about nothing and it'd sound smooth as hell. And for Kanye, he's just a creative genius and he truly inspires me to make my music sound good, but different.
Where do you see your career in 5 years?
I see my career with helping up and coming rappers around me. No matter how far I make it, from performing at bars to the Grammy's, I want to make sure the people around me who deserve to get noticed, get noticed. I'd do this by engineering for them, letting people have time in my studio, it'd be great. I just want to get to a platform that makes it easier for me to do that.
Where can we check out your sounds?
You can check out my sounds on Spinrilla, Soundcloud, Datpiff, Bandcamp and Youtube. I have some old music on all streaming services right now, but I will be updating those very soon.
What people need to know: My hobby is Hip-Hop history. My whole life I've read up on the greats that I was too young for at the time like Mobb Deep, Biggie, Pac, Pun, Nate Dogg, Outkast, I just love the genre. I follow closely to everything that's going on with it now and what's went on in the past. For those who think I'm rapping just to be rapping, no. I'm rapping because I love Hip-Hop.
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