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Don’t End up on Kaotic’s “Blacklist”

Diverse with aptitudes and techniques, Kaotic is a rapper that has always had a burning passion for music. Using strong lyrical conveyance in the way that he delivers his messages, he is also a firm believer that humor can be added to peak the sense of the listener.

Adapting to a new-fangled reality, Kaotic has been working hard to remodel his release plans moving forward. In his most recent single, “Blacklist,” he dips his toes into his diversity as an individual and as an artist.

Exploring the mind-altering self-assuredness that he effortlessly provides in the forward vocalization, Kaotic matches the bulk of the pulsing instrumentation that indulges us in the form of messaging that we admire.

Living up to the boisterous sound that strikes heavily, Kaotic submerges us with the hard-hitting words that continue to bob and weave through his fortified cadences. Taking us through the well-timed verses, the lyrical dexterity offered up continues to steer us into the unapologetic persona that Kaotic embodies as he ensures listeners that he will never stop doing what he is passionate about. As we simmer in a pot of the effervescent vessels that come to us in the fashion of Kaotic’s edgy hits, we take in the body of work as a whole.

Establishing his name in the new age that Hip-hop has delivered us, we are fixated on the traits that influence Kaotic as a true emcee. Continuing to make his mark, we suggest jumping on the Kaotic bandwagon before it’s too late.

Congratulations on your most recent release of, “Blacklist.” We know that Covid-19 sadly played a role in a lot of your release plans. How long was the writing and creating a process for this particular single?

The idea of the song didn't take me very long to come up with once I heard the beat. I already had the idea of doing a song like this/the topic like this. So when I started writing the song the verses came to me pretty quick. When it came to writing the hook though I honestly had to re-write it a couple of times because I felt the first couple of times sounded too calm and I really wanted this hook to sound full and really hit.

Could you please share a glimpse of what happens to be your favorite part of the creative process?

My favorite part of the process is writing the lyrics for the song without a doubt. I love playing with words and rhyme schemes. Moving lines around to make them sound better with another line or finding a better more creative way to rhyme something together. Or putting in a rhyme scheme that I know is there but maybe other people might not notice unless they really listen to the words.

How has it been going back to the drawing board and re-working your business model as an artist and entrepreneur?

It was pretty difficult at first especially because I've changed it again going into 2021. Last year I really wanted to put out as many songs as I could to build my catalog, but the more I did that I realized I wasn't putting as much into the songs as I wanted to. So this year I've made the decision I'm going to do fewer songs more videos. I've honestly changed my business as an artist and entrepreneur multiple times in my career of music because some things work and some things don't and you gotta pick up on those things and make the changes that benefit.

What are you hoping that your listeners take away from, “Blacklist”?

I really wanted to make a song that stuck out in the way that in the industry where so many people do it the same that it's all good to be different. Not worrying about being accepted because that music sounds just as good if not better in my opinion. There's a group of us doing our thing and you should give it a listen because it's truly worth it.

What's next for you?

I got a couple more singles dropping over the next couple of months, and also a couple of songs with videos for the spring and summer! I've also been in the works of putting together a team of artists and eventually turning it into a label so be on the lookout for that announcement sometime this year.


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