|Infinite Marvelous from Brooklyn, USA|
|Written by tricksta|
|Tuesday, 22 May 2012 20:28|
New York stand up, there's a new cat from Brooklyn, New York City that is doing his damn thang!!! Let us introduce you to the talent that is Infinite Marvelous…
When did you start making music and was there a person or artist that inspired you to start writing songs and hit the studio?
I started spitting back in the 4th grade, but I been done with school for years. The homie Shabazz The Disciple and Hell Razah is from my block so there is some inspiration there. But my little cousin DonDay showed me how to write. I got serious about making music and started hitting the studio on my own.
Let’s talk about your latest project, its sounding really tight. Who features on it, who dealt with the production and how long did it take to make?
The x3m junkyard project. I had three joints on it. The title track ''Junkard'', ''No stress'' and my group Royal Statiz ''Skamatics Of A Gold Mine'' joint. It was a 123 process for me. X3m produced all of the tracks and added live instruments to the No stress song.
How would you describe the music that you make? I know it’s hard to compare yourself to other artists and styles, but what kind of vibe is your music on?
I was inspired by all of the greats, Nas, Meth, Snoop, DMX. Some fans compare me to Killah Priest and Chief Kamacie, others say they never heard an artist like me before ever! I have a deep molitic abstract smooth street flow. You have to check for your self!!!
What do you enjoy the most about the whole process of recording and writing music? Is there something that you absolutely love and is there anything that maybe you don’t like doing as much?
I love to record in high end studio by myself or who I’m working with. I get a thrill out of playing my music back on big speakers. I can zone to a record for hours. I challenge my self when I write. I don't like when there is a time limit and when there is to much going on.
Are you releasing your music on your own label or do you have a team that is aiming to help you get signed to a major?
I’m currently looking for a home on a trusted major. I’m putting it out my self through Piranah Bricks Inc and London base indie Sup Peeps Records.
How are you getting your project out there? Do you have a distributor involved or maybe some shops/websites stocking & supporting your music?
The internet works wonders. I been hitting the streets and rocking shows any where with a mic and turn tables.
Getting radio play can be hard for unsigned Hip-Hop artists, but have you had any radio play and if so what DJ’s and stations have supported you?
A lot of stations been picking me up at this point, Coast 2 Coast DJ Thomas Handsome, Fleet Radio DJ's, Canadian DJ Sage CFRO 102.7 FM, to name a few.
Do you enjoy playing live? Have you done many gigs and what kind of artists have you supported or played alongside?
I enjoy the rush of smashing a good show.
Let’s talk image and branding for a minute. Some artists spend lots of money on artwork and other acts aren’t that interested. How important is image, artwork and branding to you?
I’m really being myself. Originality is the key for me. As of branding it's for the underground and mainstream audiences.
What was the last album you brought and apart from Hip-Hop what other genres of music do you listen too?
It was Prodigy ‘H.n.i.c.2’ and Rakim ‘7th Seal’. I like to listen to reggae, the blues and jazzy music.
Have you got any videos on You Tube and have any ever got played on TV Stations?
I have the Royal Statiz ‘LOYAL TO THE PALACE’, R.o.c.c.a.'U Drunk’ video. Infinite Marvelous freestyles and songs. No TV stations, just the web right now.
So what does the future hold for you as an artist? Have you got any big plans that you can tell us about before you go?
It's a bright future and a lot of opportunities. I’m going make a big impact in this business. I’m planning on dropping my first album soon. Stay tuned.
Connect with Infinite Marvelous:
Check out Infinite Marvelous 'Illusions' (Music Video)
Interview by Tricksta
|Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 May 2012 20:39|