New song by musical artist TGawd ‘Love $ ick’ presents a unique course in modern hip-hop flavors
Hmodern representation of ip hop and rap by an upcoming artist TGawd is already sending waves of engagement. Recently he came out with the single, ‘Love $ ick‘which further expands its creative arena. The song’s thematic story of grief allows audiences to understand and understand the song as well as the artist on a deeper level.
1. Do you use electronic modulations in your production?
Years. To be completely honest. I don’t take care of any production whatsoever; My Guy Roc Writah takes care of all that. I go in and I put this heat down and he regulates it to make it hotter!
2. To what extent do you think the journey of hip hop and rap fits into the collective evolution of music?
Years. OMG man, very far !!! I’m talking about the initial gang / gangster rap to now this mumbled rap is craazzzyyy. Hip / hop and rap has to be the most impressive genre, the way it evolves over time and remains relevant forever.
3. Do you have a specific way or routine when composing?
Years. Yea i have to have a Mountain Dew lol but no really the mentality for me whenever i’m in the studio is to leave nothing behind. So every time I record I give it my all
4. Do you think home or in-room productions give future artists more creative independence?
Years. It depends on the artist but if I have to choose I would say yes. Being in your own space where emotions and thoughts can run wild is definitely a great space for creativity.
5. Many artists work in soundscapes that revolutionize genres. What is your opinion on this?
Years. I love it!!! Something like a TrapSoul artist or putting R&B vibes into a Rap beat is creative as hell! I respect him. It definitely gives a different feeling when listening to the song.
6. You seem to be very talkative. How important are lyrics in contemporary hip hop?
Years. it tells the story you are trying to tell. The lyrics help listeners see what you’re trying to say, I believe without the lyrics a lot of artists wouldn’t be as respected in the game.
7. Do you think music has the potential to influence social, cultural and political corners?
Years. Absolutely Rap alone has already influenced social, cultural and political corners. We had the Jeezy “Vote or Die” campaign for Obama at one point. Music is a great outlet for many things
8. What are the common struggles of an upcoming musician?
Years. The right fan base, support and promotion! It plays a big part in the struggles of an artist to come. No one is ready to give you a chance unless this or that knows you or you hang out around the popular crew.
9. Do you see live concerts as one of the most important promotional tools?
Years. OUISS !!! Get other people who haven’t seen or heard your music on streaming platforms for a chance to hear it and their local event or elsewhere.
ten. What do you think of musical collaborations with other artists?
Years. MAKE ALL THE FEATURES! Get this exposure from other artist fan bases! We want everyone to hear our music, our ideas etc. Maaannn TAKE THIS COLLAB lol
11. How do contemporary artists impact your soundscape?
Years. Creativity and rhythm have evolved so much to help us put the sounds together. ART IS ART! We all have a story to tell
12. What are your ultimate goals as an artist?
Years. Phew! Ultimate objective mmmmmm… .. To improve my profession at all levels! To be discussed in hairdressing salons once I’m done with the music. So that my sound will be forever remembered and remembered. As an artist it’s more for you than the music and I just hope I can find what’s more for me when I hang up the jersey.
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Alicia Parker is a fashion enthusiast who studies at the University of California. She contributes to Daily Music Roll as a music blogger and writes a daily review of various music.