Check out the new song from King Cazper – K.I.N.G.
Tell us about where you are from and how you got to this position today.
Well I was born and raised in Fort Myers, Florida, then my parents moved to Tampa when I was young. My father was always in love with music and he created mix tapes back in the day so me being his seed, he taught me how to rhyme and stay unique. As I got older and matured I perfected my craft and continued to mold myself into what I see in my mind is this rapper in my dreams since I was a little kid. Like a flower from the concrete, my craft bloomed into this out of space kingdom that I see as my click and my peace of mind. I kept writing good quality songs and not following people, staying in my own lane. But, in this last year I really took off and started doing shows, promoting on the internet, producing music, just going all out. I used to wonder if I would ever rock with the majors and in this year I feel I am.
Tell us more about the current song you are promoting to everyone.
This track actually is the first track where my audience is able to see and compare my organization to other labels in the music Industry today. K.I.N.G presents the audience with the statement “I rather be rolling weed in my spaceship” provoking the thought of standing outside the norm and being able to examine oneself apart from everybody else. In the song I give the audience three different points of view of what I rather be doing to show them the output of rolling weed in my spaceship and blasting-off to my world.
Tell us about one of the hardest challenges you had to face in the industry?
My hardest challenges I faced in the music industry was dealing with people not understanding my style and how to open their mind to not just seeing what they’re used to and being able to relate. Also fake promotion, a lot of people telling me they got me and not completing the task.
What was one of the biggest set backs in your career and how did you bounce back?
My biggest set back in my career was when I lost my first kid, I just felt like music couldn’t solve my problems and fix what happen and I turned away from it for a year and half. When I finally came back I told myself I’m going to do it for her because she wouldn’t want me suffering and not be happy.
What are some things artists need to be careful of?
I feel a lot artist are afraid of to collaborate with with others and not letting the streets get involved with music. Also stopping their craft and being afraid to expand and try new things.
What suggestions do you have for other artists like yourself?
My suggestion to other artists is don’t give up! If music is what you love and what you live for, keep on doing you. If you’re up at 6 o’clock writing songs, recording, and you’re not even being paid, don’t stop because you’re up for a reason for a cause and stay yourself.
What is one of your favorite ways to promote yourself and your music?
I took Facebook by storm and Reverbnation, Twitter just I try to promote every way I can I live for my music.