Say Somethin by AP

Say Somethin by AP

Say Somethin by AP

Say Somethin’ is a unique blend of hip hop, pop, and R&B. Channeling a middle eastern vibe, AP takes us on a serene journey to a beautiful soundscape that will leave you feeling relaxed and good.

AP is a diverse performer who can sing and rap. One of the most interesting aspects of AP’s voice is that his voice takes on different personalities which helps to set him apart from his peers.

Trap is an obvious influence since this is ultimately a hip-hop track at heart, but the middle eastern feel is something that is quite unique and special. The beat is catchy and the syncopation is unique to AP’s flow.

The production of Say Somethin’ is top notch and the quality of AP’s music is impressive considering he makes beats and produces himself. We are eagerly anticipating the release of Nostalgia which is a 5-song compilation that will feature different types of music.

It is obvious that AP is influenced by different genres of music and his style reflects that. Creativity is never unappreciated and AP isn’t afraid to be himself and express himself openly and freely.

We reached out to AP for an interview and we are lucky that he agreed.


Rock the Hip Hop AP Interview

What city are you from?

Princeton, NJ

How did you get into music?

I’ve been a singer since I was a child. I took 6 years of classical Hindi singing and even made it into international competitions for singing. When I got to college, a friend let me download his Logic Pro X software onto my computer, and I began experimenting with making beats. Through rigorous development, I finally found my own sound and style that I could freestyle, sing, or rap to.

Who are your favorite artists?

Definitely the OGs, like Eminem, Dr. Dre, 50 Cent, Snoop, and Nate Dogg, but also the new rap stars like Travis Scott, Gunna, Post Malone, and Young Thug.

Talk about your latest project.

My next project is called Nostalgia, a 5-song album that features different types of music, but all of the tracks give the listener a sense of belonging to the past, and a bright outlook towards the future. It features songs like On You, with royal harps and violins, The Come-Up, with harmonic vocal backgrounds, and Queen’s Gambit, with trumpets and horn riffs, taken from the streets of Queens, NY.

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

In 5 years, I see my record label, 4L Studios, as a worldwide household name. I make music because that is what I love doing, and it’s all bound to happen one day.
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