What Inspired Music Artist Prince KZ
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"What inspired me to start rapping was seeing young rappers, around my age,
around 17 to 19 years of age with their own unique styles of rap sounding
pretty good, made me want to start writing some dope rhymes.
One of my strengths earlier on, about 17 years of age was starting out by
writing some dope rhymes, however I didn't really start rapping it right
away, I was just practicing. However I do remember rapping to most of the
West Coast rap songs from the mid 90s like Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, and the
Dogg Pound. Then Later on during the late 90s, I transitioned to East
Coast style, like Nas and Biggie Smalls.
During that time, I was also fascinated by the influence of Tupac. Actually
when I first heared of Tupac, one of my friends from high school was playing
it in his car, when he was driving me all around my neighborhood, I thought
it sounded kinda dope. Then I found out that Tupac was also affiliated with
Snoop and Dre at the time, my favorite rapper and producer at the time...
Then things started to really heat up, with me liking all 3 of them. I mean
California Love, who can hate "California Love"?
Even when I started producing my own instrumentals and beats in 2003, I totally
got inspired by Dr. Dre and Eminem... So when you hear the beat that was done
for the Song "Say Whassup" it was original produced in 2003 and then modified
several times in 2004 and 2005... But you will be hearing the 2015 version on
However, as time went by, I started to produce other beats to try to keep things
sounding like late 90s to early 2000s, because that was my favorite times for rap
and hip hop in terms of beats, I just thought it all sounded dope during those
times. However you may not agree with me, but I'm more of a new school type
producer/rapper, but not too new, because some of the beats now are a little
wack, if you know what I mean. But some are good... And I'm still studying the
2010 to 2020 decade style beats, with a combination of techno, dubstep, old school
rap, new school, classical music and much more...
You may think that I'm a little crazy, but I prefer Chronic 2001 Instrumentals
over the original Chronic, simply because I though it was more innovative in
terms of representing the Year 2000, and besides, I was too young to study beats
back in 1992. Don't get me wrong DoggyStyle Instrumentals that Dre produced for
Snoop Dog was dope back in 1993. Some of it was innovative, like some thing that
sounded like it should've been produces in 2002 or something...
However now when I look back to the original Chronic, I can see why it was one of
Dr. Dre's best albums in terms of overall presentation with his powerful breathtaking
instrumentals... It was perfect for that time... So I'll always respect that!"
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