White Weezy

Featured artist: White Weezy - White Weezy

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist White Weezy.

How did you decide to become an artist?

White Weezy: I decided to become an artist by being consumed in the art of rap. The first rap song i ever took the time to learn word for word was 'Rap God' by eminem. I learned how to make my words flow and how to write lyrics. The day i decided i wanted to begin rapping as a recording artist i was told that i wasnt going to get far with music and that it wasnt going to work out for me. After that day i set the goal to someday be on XXL as a freshmen and hopefully that day is soon.

The best advice i ever got was from someone who was close to me and they told me basically never to stop following my dreams and setting aspirations.

- White Weezy


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Ive played 7 times at Blackthorn 51 and now im just looking for new oppurtunities and new venues to perform at.

Best punchline you ever wrote?


Fuck it
- White Weezy

What are you currently working on? Did you release something in the past?

Currently im working on a project called Distinct Being which is going to be one of my best works since the album is more focused on a specific topic. The first mixtape i released that started my career in rap was called World War Weez. This album was 12 songs and it was the first album i ever put true lyricism into. After that i dropped a surprise album called Unreleased Tracks, which was an album of songs ive worked on but hadnt released. In the summer of 2016 i released my first EP which was well put together and many people enjoyed it. This winter i put out a 12 track mixtape called New Beginnings which was to tell people that i have changed and that i am not the same rapper i was in 2014. New beginnings happens to be my most popular mixtape so far.

Last but not least: Would you sign a record contract with a major label?

I would sign a record contract with a major label because of the exposure. When a major record label signs someone you gain recognition and you meet people who are equally talented as you are. The con of signing to a label is that the label controls the release of your music in some cases

Any last words?

Shout out to East Harlem and shoutout to the people who said i wouldnt make it

Where can we contact you?

White Weezy: Www.soundcloud.com/whiteweezy

Thank you for your time. We wish you and your career the success it deserves.

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