Brvdfxrd @brvd_cccxiii - Po It Up

Brvdfxrd @brvd_cccxiii - Po It Up
My whole life I’ve been academically inclined; you know, math, science, etc. To be honest, I wanted to be an Astronomer. Things changed at one point during my senior year of high school when I got really deep into the Hip-Hop genre. In fact, the first album I’ve ever listened to front to back is 2014 Forest Hills Drive by J. Cole. The production style on there inspired me immediately to change my taste in music. I had always grown up around Hip-Hop, living in Detroit with black parents that is all I would hear on the radio, but for a while, I was mostly into electronic music such as trance and progressive house; some of those influences can still be seen in some of my current projects. I started writing poetry very early 2015, which eventually led to writing raps and making beats.
I take inspiration from all sets of modern and golden era hip-hop. Sometimes I’ll drop a stupidly vulgar song just because it’s fun, but my main focus in carving my one lane in the modern hip-hop atmosphere revamping and modernizing much of the boom back sound popular pre 2000s especially when I produce. A good example of me blending both into one composition is my song The Art of Contrarianism which features both booming distorted 808’s and a wild drum break; I suppose you could call it industrial boom-bap.

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