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Interview: Yung Clips

by | Feb 25, 2021 | New Artist Interviews | 0 comments

Artist Name: Yung Clips
Latest Release: How I'm Feelin

“I believe have a style and flow that sounds like nobody else. I've been practicing writing and freestyling since 5th and 6th grade, I am now 17 and I truly believe my music can touch hearts, be relatable in some aspects, and still get you up on your feet. I'm always going to keep practicing and working to get better so at some point I'm hoping for something much bigger and powerful. I've reached out to a lot of different platforms and I'm really hoping and wishing my music can be heard so I can get judgement and feedback to create a more diverse sound of Hip Hop/Lo-fi Music.”

The track?
My newest track is called "How I'm feelin", it's basically a lo-fi, trap type song. I talk about real pain and issues the world deals with and how it could be different and I always have to add a little sauce and flavor so it can have a good flow and not be too sentimental.


Dream collaboration?
I would have to say Lil Durk or Lil Tjay

Where is home and what is the scene like?
I was born in North Carolina but moved to Reno, Nevada at the age of 3 months. Their is basically every genre of music in my city. For my generation the most popular genre is definitely Hip Hop/Trap. That's the genre that I mainly relate too and can feel for. So I'm investing in it because it's been a dream my whole life.

How has living life influenced your music?
So I would say what mainly expired my music was my Uncle who showed me basically every rap style their is so I have a creative writing style just off that. Another influence would be the pain I've felt with losing my mom in a car accident and my dad leaving when I was very young, also the craziness and unexpectedness of last year (2020) gave me motivation and more relatable topics to speak on. With losing family that's also relatable and in my music I make people feel better about their tragedies.

Favorite movie?
The movie I would have to say I favor the most is a College step dance movie called "Stomp The Yard". I wouldn't say I relate to any characters but the film just has a unique vibe too it. And I just called it my favorite movie after the first time I watched it. And still to this day nothing has seemed better.

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