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by RAPMAGAZINE - 5 May 472 Views

“What’s Hannin’ everybody it’s ya boy Surge AKA RDGSurge.
He started making music officially and seriously when he got locked up for some goofy warrant he had out on him. Music has just always been his way out, but he loves everything about it. From the beats to the bars, flows, Melodie’s everything really. He has big plans including a bunch of features, new project on the way, and live interviews too.

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Interview Section With RDGSurge
If you could collaborate with any artist, who would it be and why?
“If I could collaborate with any artist right now? It’d probably be either NoCap or Future. NoCap different, he got the new school sound with the Melodies bars and flows. Future just a legend in his own regards. I’d probably make a song with him soon. Locally probably FCGHeem though, he make quality music for real I support the things he doing in Fort Lauderdale and for Broward.”
What differentiates you from the next “wannabe” rapper?
“I just take everything seriously, I wouldn’t release a song I don’t think is “Surge” quality. Anything I drop got to be up to par sound wise and either get you lit, let you know this some real shit, or get you in motion. I’ll drop $100k on my career and still keep pressing..”
How do you plan to breakthrough?
“And just hard work and perseverance, I got a lot of collabs/ features on the way already. But I want them to get used to hearing and knowing Surge as the person that someone turned on. Not just as a “Oh he featured with XYZ” it’s gon’ definitely be a movie. You just got to be consistent and tell people what It is..”
Where do you think the future of the music industry lies?
“The music industry changes every time, we’ve been through hardcore rap to SoundCloud rap and it’s still evolving.. I think you’ll never know your place until you try so you just got to tuck your tail and keep pushing as with anything else. If you want something bad you got to put some grind and hustle behind it. It don’t happen overnight.”
Dificulties of the come up?
“Think one of my biggest hardships is making people believe what I’m doing or support it and see my vision. I’m serious, but people have to take you seriously and that’s the hard part. Everybody raps but what differentiates you as an artist is what makes them significant. Someone don’t play your song what you gon’ get mad and pout or cry? Nah. You got to keep going harder till they mad that you bigger than them… It’s just a part of this rap game. Sucks but you got to go through it like everybody else.”