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What’s the next move for you that you working on right now?
Right now I’m currently working on a Ep and an Album. The Ep will be some free music just to drop to get people ready for the Album!
For those that don’t know you us to rap under the name the infamous swagg what inspired the change?
I went through an identity crisis once my brother passed away, I wasn’t sure if I wanted to keep my name or change my name to infamous dysh for my brother or even use an old nickname of my fathers. after a while I realized I was gonna be more honest and genuine with my music and give people me..the real me. so I decided to do the same with my name.
How do you get in the zone before you record because a lot of your music is deep?
I don’t really have a process or anything to get in the zone. writing, recording, shooting videos. everything feels so natural to me now at this point I’m always in my zone when it comes to music. it really has become 2nd nature to me.
What project will the October 22 track be featured on?
My Ep dropping soon!
Who is an artist that you would say inspired your music?
2pac. his message and ideas are something that still live on and exist. i want my legacy to continue similar after im gone.
Any artists you looking forward to working with on your next project?
honestly im so content with my circle. I don’t feel the need to include too many features on my next project. No cockiness but im very confident with everybody apart of Black Military
What’s the movement behind ya music these days I know you Dysh Life but I know you rep glock city & Black military?
DyshLife will always be the legacy i carry for my brother. Glock City is at heart and will always be my family before anything but now i rep B3M (Black Military Music Mafia) Proud to say I feel as if im running with the strongest musical team in the Lehigh valley.
When you did the control freestyle did you think you was going to get over 25000 views so quickly?
HELL NAH! I seriously wrote it knowing it was gonna cause some buzz and make some people feel some kinda way but I didn’t even have my mind-set on trying to reach that many views that fast. blessed it happened though because im glad the message reached more people than I intended.
Why should we support your music?
I don’t feel like I should say im a real nigga but my music is real and anyone who listens and can connect will vouch for me after they hear a song. I don’t do it for material gain I truly make music to touch the souls of people in struggle.
How do you keep your self hungry musically to focus on the bigger picture?
Put God first and keep the love of music my main priority before I put a dollar sign in front of it and begin to make songs with less meaning and purpose only to make money.
Check Chevy music on Datpiff Under The Infamous Swagg & Chevy Robinson also check his videos on YouTube below is 2 new songs as well as 2 classic videos.
Rap artist/graphic designer ‘Blu Cap’ of the Chicago collective “L.O.C.A.L.$” comes across as a bit of a black sheep compared to the showcase of talent to emerge from the windy city as of late, but the way he dictates his flow over homegrown instrumentals from other Chi natives shows he has no problem marching to the beat of his own unconventional drum. Blu’s most recent visuals for his song “Me” posted above.