Dnizzle The Warlord is an American hip-hop artist who hit the music scene hard with his delivery of lyrics that moved the crowd and compelled them to look at their own realities. With music influences ranging from J.Cole, Snoop Dogg, and Daniel Caesar, his music is inspired by his real life personal experiences and offers a healing perspective to others.
His latest single, “Pimp By Blood” was a pretty dope song that was contained with sonic flows, consistent deliveries, and contextual lyricism. Starting with the production of the beat, we loved the chill and laid back vibe from the track. It also had a nice and smooth transporting vibe that reminded me of the classic early 00’s vibe of hip-hop music. It took me back in time and it was a “feel-good” experience. But the production wasn’t the only quality moment in “Pimp By Blood”, Dnizzle’s raw hip-hop presence was much appreciated. In this current age of rap music, authenticity isn’t quite present. So when rappers come into the game being true to themselves and real to the mic, we can’t help but stan! Dnizzle The Warlord completely killed it in “Pimp By Blood” and this song will have you feeling like you entered a hip-hop time-machine that you won’t regret!
Listen to "Pimp By Blood" here and get to know more about Dnizzle The Warlord below!
Welcome to BuzzMusic Dnizzle The Warlord! In what ways has your up bringing impacted your music today?
Music has always been a huge factor in my life. Not only does it serve as one of my greatest influences in the world, but it also defines who I am as a human being. It has helped mold me into the kind of person I am today, as well as the kind of person that I strive to become in the future. Music gives me the strength I need to push forward, to achieve my goals, and to believe that I have the power to change the fate of our world. Sometimes in my life, I just feel a rush of emotions sweeping through my mind, and I don’t know how to control them. That’s where music comes in. Music allows me to make sense of things. It enables me to express myself through the emotions that I am feeling.
How has the journey been for you so far as an upcoming artist?
I'm not going to lie the journey as an up and-coming artist is it's been hard it hasn't been easy I'm still trying to make that perfect song that everybody would love that everybody can Groove to and I'm still trying to make my dream come true each and every day I'm grinding hard in the studio trying to make music that makes me proud to be an artist not music that I have to second-guess about even creating it.
What are some challenges you face and how do you overcome these obstacles?
The biggest challenge I've ever faced to be honest was losing my older brother after I lost him it seemed like everything went into a black hole I felt like I lost everything the music wasn't the same anymore because I feel like I lost my motivation but after a while of me grieving and me going to the process and me trying to find myself music was always there music always brighten my day even when I was feeling low I just have to reconnect unplug myself back in and get back to doing what I always love to do is make and create beautiful music
Let’s talk about your music! We loved “Pimp By Blood”, and knowing your songs tend to reflect off your personal life experiences and thoughts we had to ask, what was the major message and theme behind “Pimp By Blood”?
When I'm made pimp by Blood I was going through a bad breakup and to be honest I don't want to feel like that no more so you can say I builded a barrier or a my heart so I don't get attached to females that quickly so I moved on and I considered myself a player for a minute so I broke down the word pimp stands For a player in a manager's position
What motivated you to write this single?
One night me and my homeboy xraye was in the studio and we wanted to put a song together and plus I haven't released a single in a while so that was a great time that we put that song together and it happened to be pimp by Blood
What’s next for you Dnizzle The Warlord?
The next thing for me is to get back in the studio create some more slappers get out there more and get on more radio stations put my music everywhere for everybody to know get more creative with the promotions that were doing as a team and it's time to make it big it's time to go big or go home and I'm not trying to go home but I really appreciate you for the interview and giving out the time to interview me thank you
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