ARTIST ON THE WATCH: CASE.
Case., tell us more about how you got into music?
Good afternoon and it’s truly a pleasure to have the opportunity to work with you guys.
My name is Casey Incle (Case.)
Growing up in Brooklyn and in a hispanic household with parents who have a very diverse music taste, there’s no way I couldn’t get into music.
My parents grew up on 80s -90s classics and it taught me a lot about different types of music and not just really settling on one type of genre.
They gave me a taste of everything and I have love for all the types of music out there.
Brooklyn is like the heart and soul of Hip hop and rap.
So that’s where a lot of my influences come from.
I was listening to music one day when I was young and I wasn’t vibing with a certain song I heard.
I can’t remember the song exactly and I just said I want to be the best artist I can and give the world a part of me.
Having my own lane, but also keeping that traditional Brooklyn feel or sound and repping Brooklyn at the same time.
Since then, I'v been on a musical journey on becoming the best artist I can be for my family and my fans.
Just gradually practicing and perfecting my sound.
Theres always going to be room for improvement.
If I can share my story to the world and show everyone who I am that would be amazing to me.
What would you say is the most difficult aspect about launching a career in music?
I think personally the hardest part and most rewarding part is being able to take some losses along the way and learning from them.
This is a career where you have to invest to make money.
It’s something you always have to work hard for.
At first, people aren’t going to take you serious but once you start getting bigger and getting better people start to catch on and see that you’re doing well.
You’re not going to be able to please everybody but you’ll always try your best to.
Just staying true to who you are is most important and the people you surround yourself with.
If you have a great foundation and a great team, you will go very far and you’ll see the jump.
You truly are a jack of all trades! What would you say to young aspiring artists who look up to your work?
For artists or fans who look up to me, I would tell them to always work hard and NEVER expect anything from anybody.
You don’t owe anybody anything.
I promise you that hard work will beat talent.