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  • hey guys! dropping my first project next month, here are the visuals to my first single titled "Vapor".

    For the roll out of this project, i would love to be able to connect with other talents on ktt. There is so much talent here and we can always help each other build. let's give each other feedback and love.

  • Oct 30
  • Silvoje

    hey guys! dropping my first project next month, here are the visuals to my first single titled "Vapor".

    For the roll out of this project, i would love to be able to connect with other talents on ktt. There is so much talent here and we can always help each other build. let's give each other feedback and love.

    !https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gog8FFn7PyM&ab_channel=PremiumGarde

    love it mane. you can spit, visual looks great, and beat is cool. keep up the good work homie

  • u ok jay

    love it mane. you can spit, visual looks great, and beat is cool. keep up the good work homie

    Really appreciate that fam!!!

  • Nov 5

    Thanks

  • Nov 7
    Silvoje

    Thanks

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  • Silvoje

    hey guys! dropping my first project next month, here are the visuals to my first single titled "Vapor".

    For the roll out of this project, i would love to be able to connect with other talents on ktt. There is so much talent here and we can always help each other build. let's give each other feedback and love.

    !https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gog8FFn7PyM&ab_channel=PremiumGarde

    this is super fire love the video

  • Nov 18
    KILLZIAH

    this is super fire love the video

    Thank you fam appreciate it!

  • Nov 19

    trash @op

  • Nov 19
    emo

    trash @op

    Thanks for your input. Anything I could change?

  • Nov 19
    Silvoje

    Thanks for your input. Anything I could change?

    i didn't listen to it actually but good luck in your creative endeavors fr

  • Nov 19
    emo

    i didn't listen to it actually but good luck in your creative endeavors fr

    Oh fasho. Then why did you call it trash?

  • Nov 19
    Silvoje

    Oh fasho. Then why did you call it trash?

    to clown on u cause u was on bullshit in the other thread

  • Nov 19
    emo

    to clown on u cause u was on bullshit in the other thread

    Ah I see. I hurt your feelings so u came here to try and reciprocate the energy?

  • Nov 19
    Silvoje

    Ah I see. I hurt your feelings so u came here to try and reciprocate the energy?

    Yes

  • Nov 19
    emo

    Yes

    Fair game mate

  • It makes me think of a lot of what’s out right now, which isn’t inherently bad, but that also means that if you’re trying to make a career out of it, then you’re gonna need a niche or switch up your styles. Anyone can make a hit, but not everyone can make a career that can sustain itself with a fan base that’s gonna connect with you.

    Think of it like this:
    Nobody f***s with SmokePurrp anymore and he got washed over because he was another Florida SoundCloud wave rapper, but Tyler, the Creator had a distinguishable identity, sound, rap style and aesthetic that grew, developed and branched off into new levels of artistic integrity.
    I would ask myself:
    -what kind of music do I want to make personally?
    -what artists inspire my music tastes and how does that show in my music?
    -what are certain sounds, themes, and ideas that I enjoy outside of music and how can I incorporate that into my music?

    Even artists like Travis, Keef, Uzi all took inspiration from other music genres and took their forms of self expression and applied it to their music. If you really feel something and you feel like it’s something you want to connect with people on, then implement that into your music.

    As far as rapping goes, try to incorporate your own experiences while keeping it the point. Mic presence is so important in hiphop rn and it’s why so many artists get washed up or looked over because they all sound the same, but you know a Young Thug verse when you hear it. Or Migos, or 2 Chainz or Denzel. With all these artists I just mentioned too, they’ve spent a great deal of time on their actual craft and music. 2 Chainz is in his 40s and he was rapping with Ludacris back at the start of the 2000s. It’s not that it took that long for him to ‘get big,’ it’s just what he chose to do with his career because sometimes you don’t want to blow up too soon before perfecting your style.

    Hope this gave you some insight. Keep at it! Listen to a lot of iconic artists very first songs and you’ll see they all started the same way. It’s not what you do, it’s how you do it

  • Nov 21
    AtticusStranger

    It makes me think of a lot of what’s out right now, which isn’t inherently bad, but that also means that if you’re trying to make a career out of it, then you’re gonna need a niche or switch up your styles. Anyone can make a hit, but not everyone can make a career that can sustain itself with a fan base that’s gonna connect with you.

    Think of it like this:
    Nobody f***s with SmokePurrp anymore and he got washed over because he was another Florida SoundCloud wave rapper, but Tyler, the Creator had a distinguishable identity, sound, rap style and aesthetic that grew, developed and branched off into new levels of artistic integrity.
    I would ask myself:
    -what kind of music do I want to make personally?
    -what artists inspire my music tastes and how does that show in my music?
    -what are certain sounds, themes, and ideas that I enjoy outside of music and how can I incorporate that into my music?

    Even artists like Travis, Keef, Uzi all took inspiration from other music genres and took their forms of self expression and applied it to their music. If you really feel something and you feel like it’s something you want to connect with people on, then implement that into your music.

    As far as rapping goes, try to incorporate your own experiences while keeping it the point. Mic presence is so important in hiphop rn and it’s why so many artists get washed up or looked over because they all sound the same, but you know a Young Thug verse when you hear it. Or Migos, or 2 Chainz or Denzel. With all these artists I just mentioned too, they’ve spent a great deal of time on their actual craft and music. 2 Chainz is in his 40s and he was rapping with Ludacris back at the start of the 2000s. It’s not that it took that long for him to ‘get big,’ it’s just what he chose to do with his career because sometimes you don’t want to blow up too soon before perfecting your style.

    Hope this gave you some insight. Keep at it! Listen to a lot of iconic artists very first songs and you’ll see they all started the same way. It’s not what you do, it’s how you do it

    I appreciate this 🙏

  • Nov 22

  • AtticusStranger

    It makes me think of a lot of what’s out right now, which isn’t inherently bad, but that also means that if you’re trying to make a career out of it, then you’re gonna need a niche or switch up your styles. Anyone can make a hit, but not everyone can make a career that can sustain itself with a fan base that’s gonna connect with you.

    Think of it like this:
    Nobody f***s with SmokePurrp anymore and he got washed over because he was another Florida SoundCloud wave rapper, but Tyler, the Creator had a distinguishable identity, sound, rap style and aesthetic that grew, developed and branched off into new levels of artistic integrity.
    I would ask myself:
    -what kind of music do I want to make personally?
    -what artists inspire my music tastes and how does that show in my music?
    -what are certain sounds, themes, and ideas that I enjoy outside of music and how can I incorporate that into my music?

    Even artists like Travis, Keef, Uzi all took inspiration from other music genres and took their forms of self expression and applied it to their music. If you really feel something and you feel like it’s something you want to connect with people on, then implement that into your music.

    As far as rapping goes, try to incorporate your own experiences while keeping it the point. Mic presence is so important in hiphop rn and it’s why so many artists get washed up or looked over because they all sound the same, but you know a Young Thug verse when you hear it. Or Migos, or 2 Chainz or Denzel. With all these artists I just mentioned too, they’ve spent a great deal of time on their actual craft and music. 2 Chainz is in his 40s and he was rapping with Ludacris back at the start of the 2000s. It’s not that it took that long for him to ‘get big,’ it’s just what he chose to do with his career because sometimes you don’t want to blow up too soon before perfecting your style.

    Hope this gave you some insight. Keep at it! Listen to a lot of iconic artists very first songs and you’ll see they all started the same way. It’s not what you do, it’s how you do it

    great advice bro

  • yea bro i would just say find your own unique style. Create your own wave and you should be good.

  • Nov 24
    Ronte

    yea bro i would just say find your own unique style. Create your own wave and you should be good.

    Thank you brooo

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