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Interview: DaeTiime

by | Feb 10, 2021 | New Artist Interviews | 0 comments

Artist Name: DaeTiime
Latest Release: BS Freestyle 2

“I'd genuinely describe myself as authentic. I'm very creative when it comes to word play and lyricism. I have a variety of flows I can use, and I can honestly say I'm EXTREMELY dangerous on a feature. Genuinely Authentic”

Tell us all about this new track of yours!
I usually make stuff people can jam and/or get hype to. But, if necessary, I can slow it down and hit all the right spots. I don't sound like everybody else, that's for sure. When I rap, you get a unique combination of simple metaphors and bars that you may have to hear twice to catch. I make music for people to genuinely enjoy, music for people vibe to, and music for people who want to hear something real.

Who would you most like to collaborate with?
Lil Wayne, Quin NFN, Young M.A, Dej Loaf, Big Sean, Calboy, and hopefully Ann Marie or Kiana Lede

Where are you from and what is the music scene like?
I'm from Houston, Texas!! The music scene is a lil more diverse than most people may tend to think. Ofc, we're most likely known for Chopped N' Screwed music and the southern sound of Z-Ro and UGK. But we also have the more unorthodox twisted sounds that you hear in Travis Scott's music. The fun, easy going sound that Ugly God makes. The trap like sounds of Sauce Walka or OMB Bloodbath. Then there's a whole other unique lane where people would categorize artists like YBF K Sauce, DtrLe, and myself.

How have your life experiences influenced your music?
Music has always been an escape for me. Early on, my parents had their own problems, and I always found myself in the middle of it. Whether it was listening to it or writing, music has always been there for me. In my song "Mad Dawg" (feat. YBF K Sauce), I go into detail about the struggles that bothered me. Such as rodents at my school, the crazy students and wild atmosphere. People doing whatever they could to make it through the day. In a collaboration with DtrLe, "7 Years Old", I provide a bit of an overview about life with how my mom viewed me/how my life was growing up. So my parent's separation is a big part of why I make music.

How can fans learn more about you?
Instagram: @da3tiim3
Snapchat: @tha_kyd01
#rap #hiphop #pop #interview

Can you give us a sample of DaeTiime music?

The Supreme Team is excited to feature DaeTiime on our upcoming Supreme HEAT playlist compilation. Follow us at for updates.

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