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Interview: Quavier

by | Feb 9, 2021 | New Artist Interviews | 0 comments

Artist Name: Quavier
Latest Release: Lavish (ft. J Magic)

“I'd call myself completely versatile when it comes to music. I can easily make an Rnb or trap song while still being able to come through with a melodic rap or even gangsta rap song. I have a very "current" sound meaning the music I make is what's popular today but me being versatile means that if music preferences or trends change, I can adapt.”

Tell us all about this new track of yours!
My new song 'Lavish' featuring my brother J Magic is something a little different than what I usually do. Its a harder trap beat but the flow and the vocals aren't what you'd expect on a beat like this. I made a lil bit of money now people think I'm living 'Lavish' so I made a song about it.

Who would you most like to collaborate with?
To be honest, I really want to make an rnb song with Billie Elilish or Ariana Grande but the rappers I would most wanna link with are Quando Rondo, YB, Roddy Ricch, and Lil Baby.

Where are you from and what is the music scene like?
I represent the DMV. Northern Virginia to be specific. The music out here in my opinion is trash af. Every single beat the same and every nigga says the same shit in every song. There some people who popped off like IDK, YungManny, and Q-Da-Fool, but other than that the rest only "famous" in this area and stick to the same repetitive beats and lyrics. I'm just trying to be different.

How have your life experiences influenced your music?
I've always been into music and was writing songs and making beats on GarageBand on my phone long before, two years to be exact, I had ever thought about going to a studio. I always felt like I could do so much better than the rappers that are coming out of my area. I done lost some people I was close with over the summer and it really changed me and pushes me to go harder cuz it was big bro dream to rap so I feel its me and my niggas responsibility to carry out his dream and we gonna get it by any means.

How can fans learn more about you?

#rap #hiphop #pop #interview

Can you give us a sample of Quavier music?

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

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