Interview with BLVŚE

Interview with BLVŚE

Interview with BLVŚE



Deep, dark, passionate, and vibrant don’t even begin to describe “Roses”. BLVŚE is a talented musician and letting us into their world. The music is dark yet exciting. The vocals are sung and rapped at the same time. Epic trap productions and beautiful lyrics are what really help to define BLVŚE. The album “Born Sinner: Die a Saint” is mesmerizing from top to bottom. The quality of this music will transcend generations where even your grandparents will start to vibe to it.

We reached out to the talented and busy BLVŚE for an interview. Luckily, BLVŚE granted our interview request.

Interview with BLVŚE

What is your favorite song to perform?

My favorite song to perform would have to be my latest feature “Ride Out”. The crowd loves it, the energy in the room becomes ecstatic! It’s the dopest feeling to change the energy and turn heads, everybody looks at me like “yo who is that?!”

Which famous musicians do you admire?

Growing up my idol(s) were The Weeknd & J Cole. I love how The Weeknd can recycle a song from the 70s & turn it into the future. A true artist… & Jermaine always spoke to me because of how real he was. A true lyricist. Some say my music is a cross between the two. Which makes it so unique.

What is the most trouble you’ve ever gotten into?

The most trouble I’ve gotten in was when I was arrested for bringing half a ounce to school, ah man I got arrested that day too. That’ll have to be a story time for later but I definitely laugh about it now.

What is the best advice you’ve been given?

Best advice: Put good energy out & good energy you will receive. Put bad energy out and well you get it.

If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?

Something I would change about the industry are the labels, they find the most vulnerable people & sign them for millions of dollars for a contract they can’t even understand. Then there’s no mental health support. They enable these artist to ruin themselves with drugs & alcohol but can’t get them therapy or help them find healthy coping mechanisms. Why do you think you have all these young artist over dosing.. sad thing is the labels own all their rights so they’re still profiting off their deaths. People need to stop signing to these shady ass labels and become their own independents. It’s harder but at the end of the day it’ll be way more worth it. Or if they get a deal then at least get a lawyer to read that contract.

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