Seasoned hip-hop artist Crunch is breaking the limitations of conventional music using his versatile methods. His music has gained vast popularity and recognition in the global hip-hop industry. He has been making groovy and thought-provoking melodies for years. Our team had the opportunity to do an interview, with the brilliant artist. The gifted Los Angeles hip hop artist Crunch has given us many details about his music and his future plans.
Hello Crunch! Congratulation on the colossal popularity of your recent song, and thank you for doing this interview with us!
Q: Can you tell us something about yourself and your musical background?
Ans: I am a Los Angeles Hip Hop artist. I base my music on original Hip hop. The rappers mouth was the gun and their words were the bullets. It was a verbal war to see who could put words together the best to defeat their opponent. That was battle rap.
Q: How long has music been a part of your life and how did you get into rap music?
Ans: Music has been a part of my life since I was 10 years old listening to R&B that the adults would play. Then one day I heard rap music and it’s been a wrap every sense.
Q: If you were not doing music, where would you be now? Is it worth it?
Ans: If I wasn’t doing music I would be working at a 9-to-5. To share your gift and do what you love, yes it’s worth it.
Q: What are your strongest points when it comes to rapping and songwriting? How do you sharpen them?
Ans: My strongest points when it comes to rapping are content, substance, lyricism and wordplay. I sharpen these abilities by consistently writing.
Q: Are there any hip-hop artists that you look up to? How do you include their influences in your creations?
Ans: I look up to artist like Tupac, Biggie, Nas, Jay-Z, Jada Kiss, Kendrick Lamar and more. I include their influences for lyricism and creativity.
Q: What is the objective of your soundscape? In what way do you think it makes a difference?
Ans: The objective for my soundscape is to battle with words. The way it will make a difference is hopefully rappers and their fans will pick up words and not guns.
Q: Is there anything that you would like to change or improve about your music?
Ans: I would like to meet next level producers so I can have a better selection of beats to choose from.
Q: When did you start making music and how long have you been in the Industry?
Ans: I started making music at 12 years old. I’ve been in the industry 2016.
Q: How many songs and albums have you released so far? Name some of the finest ones, please.
Ans: I have released 40 songs/4 albums. Street Life and my current album release Lethal are the finest ones.
Q: How would you describe your overall musical style and how did you achieve it?
Ans: My overall musical style is lyrical. I achieve this with deep though on putting together the best words I can come up with.
Q: Are you working independently or with any production house?
Ans: I am working independently.
Q: Where do you see yourself in the next couple of years and how do you plan to evolve according to the trend?
Ans: I plan to evolve, not evolving with the trend but evolve and become the trend.
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