ARTIST ON THE WATCH: ANTONIO BREEZ
Antonio, tell us some more about how you first got into music.
Music is actually rooted deep in my family.
My great great grandfather was a folklore musician back in Honduras.
My great uncle was a musician then and so on; you get the picture.
But my first introduction to Hip Hop was actually my father.
My dad was rapping as I grew up and I fell in love with it through watching him.
I remember the first time I stepped in the booth I was actually 8 years old.
He had me doing the intro for one of his joints.
After I got one wiff of that at 8 I started writing my own music.
I knew very very young I wanted to be a star.
Your music is unique and refreshing; how would you describe your sound/style?
I would describe it as quality.
I think that when people hear my music they hear time being taken to really hone my craft.
And that just translates to the music being enjoyable.
You are a very respected artist! What would you say to aspiring artists who look up to your work?
I would tell them not to give up.
I would tell them stay grounded and know that this is a very very long marathon.
Engage with your true supporters and cater to them.
Set realistic goals with what you expect from this journey as well.
These days aren’t like generations before, you have a lot of power on your own.
Do you have anything new or upcoming we can expect to see from you?
I’m working on two new projects coming up!
And I’ve got a lot of music videos and visuals I’m going to be releasing
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