Hip-Hop artist LDE Whyte offers listeners a vivid experience through the single, “Time,” off of his powerful album, 'Hello I’m Whyte.'
Reigning from Columbus, Georgia, LDE Whyte, also known as Kodak White, has been creating a major buzz since the impact of his hit single, “End to End.” As he continues to garner attention from listeners all over, 'Hello I’m Whyte;' LDE Whyte’s debut album is making quite the introduction into the music industry. The project contains 14 heavy-hitting tracks and showcases the artistic ability of what LDE Whyte brings to the table.
“Time,” has a unique dystopian vibe in the production that allows this track to stand out from the rest in the genre of Hip-Hop.
LDE Whyte offers up his own modern flair to each verse through the performance he delivers as each bar progresses in the record. The memorable hook captivates you instantly and tells the listeners a story of making sure you show up for yourself while flaunting what you work hard for and celebrating your own successes, all the way to the top.
“Time,” enlists all the heavy-hitting aspects that drive a hit home. Although this record carries a down-tempo, you can’t help but get lost in the emcee like delivery of LDE Whyte as he spreads a message through his charismatic lyricism.
With LDE Whyte displaying his magnetic appeal in his rhyme schemes, he continues to catch the eyes and ears of everyone around him for his sonic journey. “Time,” allows you to instantly tap into your deepest accomplishments and raise a cup to them. LDE Whyte shows us that the way he carries himself will take him far and we’re happy to be along for the ride.
Congratulations on the release of, “Time,” off of your album, 'Hello I’m Whyte.' We love the vibes that this song sheds. Could you please tell us why you decided to make this the single from your album and what it means to you on a personal level?
“Time” was my way of expressing the importance of time and how you use it. It’s one of those things you can’t get back & isn’t cheap so watch how you spend it. I’ve wasted time on things I wish I could get back but instead of dwelling on the past, I’m more focused on the future.
What was the studio session like when recording, “Time?"
The studio sessions making “Hello I’m Whyte” was always a good vibe with the engineer, the one and only “Knockout Punch” Joe Louis. Bro always carried good energy & had a good ear when it came to music.
Over time, how has your creative process changed?
My creative process became a lot more effective after I could hear myself thru the different plugins & really hear how powerful my voice is. You’d be amazed at what you can do.
2020 has been a challenging year, to say the least. What has been keeping you inspired and motivated to create music? What can we expect to see next from you?
2020 has been hectic and a devastating year for me and the rest of the world but I’m just keeping a positive mindset thru it all. Life itself keeps me motivated to make music and continue to do what I do. I’ve been thru situations I should have never made it out of so I continue to stay blessed. 2020 has been a time for me to reevaluate everything I’ve been thru and put more focus on things that matter the most to me. Expect to hear a lot more music come 2021.