Interview with Nicky Cortez

Interview with Nicky Cortez

Interview with Nicky Cortez

Demons In My Way

Nicky Cortez is pioneering a new style of hip hop that both ladies and men can get down to. It’s not too soft where all the men will tune out, and it is not that hard that the women will lose interest. Nicky Cortez is putting out a nice blend of modern, contemporary, and even some R&B.
“Demons in my way” has a nice eerie piano riff with a mellow 808 trap beat. Right between verses, there is a nice little melodic breakdown with the drums and some relaxing flute-sounding melody, before it finally pops. Everything about this track is professional and high quality. Nicky Cortez has a big budget behind his musical tracks and it’s a big sound. He’s got demons in his way, but that won’t stop Nicky Cortez.

Ego Blimp

“Ego Blimp” is Nicky Cortez’s latest offering and it has a nice beat mixed with 808 drums. “Ego Blimp” will be featured in Nicky Cortez’s newest 5 track EP called “Every Ending has a New Beginning”. Every ending really does have a new beginning and every time a Nicky Cortez song ends, then I want to hear another one. Nicky Cortez really sets himself apart from the competition with his unique sense of style and rhyme scheme. Honestly, you can feel his passion and intensity.

Nicky Cortez is a busy man, but I reached out for an interview. Luckily, he obliged. Here is our interview with Nicky Cortez.

Listen to Ego Blimp:

Rock the Hip Hop Interview with Nicky Cortez

What first got you into music?

Listening to Linkin Park.

Who inspired you to make music?


How would you describe the music that you typically create?

I really just make music I would listen to.

What is your creative process like?

Depends on what all I need done for instance if I need to write 6 songs in one day I’ll knock it out but if I have time I like to write songs bit by bit and writing lyrics that actually happen to me in life.

Who would you most like to collaborate with?

Mmmmm I guess Drake or Big Sean be dope to have a feature from Lil Wayne.

If you could go open a show for any artist who would it be?

Drake or Travis Scott.

What is one message you would give to your fans?

Don’t let nobody tell you you can’t do something. You a superstar and this the era of the heartbreakers get it together.

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

I been handcuffed once in my life but that’s it.

What is the best advice you’ve been given?

To keep doing what I’m doing you only lose when you quit.

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

Everyone thinking they can make music.

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