When I was around 12-13, i hung out with Capitol D, who is part of BFR, and saw that him and his friends were rapping. It looked cool, so I wanted to prove I can rap. After writing the raps, I felt that what I wrote shows a creative side of me that I never knew. Also, writing lyrics was also like writing a journal so Im putting my real emotions into music, but just wording it differently.
2. How would you describe the music that you make? What would you want your listeners to walk away with after hearing your music?
The music I make varies. It depends on the beat and topic I want to talk about, but in a hip hop perspective, Im a very metaphorical emcee. I didnt release any solo songs yet, but when I do, I like to make more personal music that people can relate to. When I do, I want people to walk away thinking this artist is going through the same obstacles in life as me and hope to touch them. And when they are going through that situation, they can put on my music to use it as a emotion reliever.
3. For someone who doesn't know your background, what would you want them to know about you?
I'm an asian american, half cambodian half vietnamese, hip hop artist from New Jersey that grew up in a hectic home. My mom have gotten mental breakdown when I was 12 years old and have been sick ever since then, so my dad had to move us into an urban area where I stayed in an apartment by myself where I had to take care of myself at an early age.