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Friday, June 14, 2024

OUR INTERVIEW OF THE MONTH WITH COLBY KOSHI

 


1. Tell us about your new song? And what’s the story behind it?

– My new single “Off The Deep End” is one of my favorite tracks that I have made. It has a chill relaxing vibe to it that sets the mood in more of a sad/gloomy way. The story behind it consists of having a life filled with sorrow that causes you to “go off the deep end” which in other words saying that you’ve had enough. This song is trying to portray that you have lost any feeling which causes you to act out in a non caring way.
2. What makes your music unique? And how would you describe it?
– In my opinion everyone’s music is unique in their own way, nobody has the same voice as someone else and everyone’s mind thinks a little differently. I stand different from most people because I am very versatile. I am willing to create any type of music in any genre and I have fun doing it. It teaches you to be a better artist as well and that’s big for me. Personally I am more of a melodic rapper. I enjoy making hip-hop songs the most and feel that my voice fits perfectly with that type of genre.
3. What is the best moment in your musical career that you’re most proud of?
– The best moment of my musical career that I’m most proud of is the first time I decided that I wanted to start making music. It may sound lame, but to me, that was the moment that I realized I wanted to pursue this and wanted to work hard at something that I knew I could be good at. And to see people playing my music from around the world that I don’t even know just still amazes me.
4. How do you balance your music with other obligations?
– For the most part, any free time that I have I will be working on something related to my music. Even if it’s just social media or posting something. I am always working to improve. I have a full time job at the moment working pretty much everyday of every week so it’s hard to find those small cracks in my life to work on music. But that doesnt mean I don’t utilize it, in fact I have created some of my favorite songs while at my job. Any ideas that come to mind while I’m out and about are either written down in my notes or I will voice memo certain flows and melodies that I like. And when I get out of work, I head to the studio and turn my ideas into something amazing. I am also big on family and friends so I will find the time to spend with them as well.
5. What advice would you give to aspiring musicians?
– My main advice to aspiring artists is to keep on that grind. I know you’ve probably heard it enough times but it’s the most true thing to exist. A lot of artists fall off or give up because they get frustrated with the results of their “amazing song”. Truth is, they are tons and tons of talented artists that will never make it because of their dedication. People don’t realize that the longer they are in the industry, then more knowledge they will receive, and more knowledge leads to better results in the end. You can’t get frustrated as an aspiring artist, that will be your biggest downfall. Always find new ways to improve and be creative. Lastly, get opinions from trusting people that you know will be honest. Your mom is not going to be honest with you when you show her your “new hit” she’s going to tell you it’s great and then you are going to take that compliment thinking you have the best song around. Take advice from knowledgeable people and don’t get upset with what they have to say, just work to improve it!
6. If you had one message to give to your fans, what would it be?
– Cherish every W, take respectable L’s.
7. What’s next for you?
– I have tons of projects already made and in the making. A lot of things have to get done behind the scenes first but the end of this year and all of next year will be big for me!     

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