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Interview: cloudNINE

by | Mar 2, 2021 | New Artist Interviews, New in Hip Hop

Artist Name: cloudNINE

New Song/Release Title: KEVIN MCCALLISTER

How would you describe yourself as an artist?

I'm a product of so many different styles, generations, influences, and even different genres. Plus, I'm a student of the game first so I absorb any influence and knowledge in the music world as I can. Also, music's the one thing that I'll never quit on, and it may get tough sometimes, but I'll always put maximum effort into my art.

I was born, and spent about a decade, in Massachusetts. Massachusetts isn't really known for churning out big rappers, but when they do, they're great. For example, the two biggest rappers from MA are Joyner Lucas and Token. When I was around 9 or 10, my family ended up moving to Rhode Island. The biggest rappers from there are either Passionate MC or Khary, and even those guys are still underground. Rhode Island LIVES for underground, though. The high schools there are filled with unrecognized, underground talent. The town I've lived in, West Warwick, only just recently had a handful of talent start to pop up, mostly in West Warwick High School. I had a hand in paving the way for those people to make themselves heard. I'm one of the “original 3” in West Warwick. There was Finao Biz, who got his start in West Warwick, but is now rapping out of Providence. He had a bit of notoriety for a while, but fell off. Then there's Ughlie. He just graduated from West Warwick High last year. He's probably the biggest rapper from our town, with a buzz on Spotify and Soundcloud that's still growing. I never got the chance to cross paths with him, though, because I wasn't that big before he graduated. Then there's me. Chronologically, I was the 3rd person to be taken seriously, and get a decent buzz, as a rapper in West Warwick. After me there were people like ALVCARD, who I've known forever, but sadly he moved to Providence. Despite the fact that I did have a decent buzz for a while, it's mostly dissolved. I'm only talked about in small, tight circles nowadays, and, despite a lot of the talk being positive, a good amount of it only pokes fun at me. I'm hoping to get rid of the negative feedback with this new song.

My mom is probably the biggest influence on my music. From an early age, like since birth, I was listening to old-school hip-hop like Biggie, Pac, NWA, Eminem, OutKast, Wu-Tang Clan, etc., other than rap, I was listening to David Bowie, Elton John, Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, etc. My father left before I was even born, so growing up I was always angry and had low self-esteem that manifested itself into moderate depression when I was 12. Him not being around probably had the biggest impact on me doing any form of art. I want to get internationally famous so that one day, he'll see me on TV and think about how much he missed out on and what' could have been.

Who would you most like to collaborate with?

I always wanted to make a project with MF DOOM, but, unfortunately, he's since passed away.





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