18BABYL PREVIEWS UPCOMING EP “BOTTOM TO THE TOP” DROPPING APRIL 8TH
Ryan or 18BabyL is a new upcoming Hip-Hop artist from “Pasadena, California”.
His passion for music is very strong.
He wants to get rich with his music and help other artists from his town.
He started making music to express all of the emotions that he experiences on a daily basis.
Growing up wasn't always easy, and it was a good way for him to express how he felt.
18BabyL quotes: “Through my music, I hope to become well-known in my community and make a difference in the lives of others.
I'm not one to get big quickly, but rather to build a strong, loving, and caring fan base/family over time”.
Growth is also a big part of what the up & coming artist is doing musically & you can hear it in his new content, music was what he was born to do.
Interview Section With 18BABYL
If you could collaborate with any artist, who would it be and why?
If given the chance, I would work with youngharry, a versatile Korean rapper who has greatly influenced me. He also has a distinct voice and a burning desire to succeed. He has also had a significant influence on Asian artists, and I am confident that we will be able to create great music together.
What differentiates you from the next “wannabe” rapper?
I don't rap like other mainstream artists or try to imitate them; instead, I stay true to myself. I know what I'm worth, and I work much harder than any upcoming rapper. I don't sleep some nights because I'm up tweaking my lines.
How do you plan to breakthrough?
I intend to break through by blowing up slowly but steadily. I wouldn't call this a breakthrough, but it is certainly a stepping stone; I have features with cl4pers and Brandon ThaKidd, otw. I intend to release my hit songs in the coming months or years in order to get them heard and, hopefully, break through.
Where do you think the future of the music industry lies?
I believe that the future of the music industry lies in the ability of the younger generation to demonstrate their talents. It is up to independent artists to step up.
Difficulties of the come up?
The difficulties of rising were people doubting me and telling me that my music was crap. When it came to making my music known, I never had it easy. I took a year off to focus on myself and how I could improve.
18BabyL previews new snippet “Don’t Crash” from his EP dropping on April 8th, called “Bottom to the top”