Rhymes that get your head nodding along realizing their heavy-hitting quality is what Kyle AleXander brings on his latest track, "Go Get It." Unafraid to paint his own life's story throughout his rhymes, Kyle connects with his fans over clever, witty, and outstanding lyrical flows. Hailing from New Castle, Delaware Kyle is poised to take the music industry by storm with his modern and direct take on the hip-hop game.
Kyle's latest track draws us in with its melodic call to "Go Get It." Kyle's voice can flow from smooth RnB stylings to delivering heaving-hitting rhymes with prowess. His attention to different vocal stylings makes "Go Get It," a multidimensional lyrical performance delivered by the singular source that is Kyle AleXander. The grinding 808 beat drops hard on "Got Get It," as does the ticking, skipping, and reverberating percussions. When Kyle slides into rap mode, the beat matches his intrepidity and intensity he omits, verse for verse; we loved these adjoining elements. It heightens the song to another level of authority. Kyle AleXander is the type of artist that doesn't come along often. His ability to fill the soundscape with ever-changing vocalizations and precise attention to detail in his instrumental arrangement makes Kyle AleXander an artist you'll be adding to your favorite playlists.
Hello Kyle, and welcome to BuzzMusic. Your latest single "Go Get It" is an impressive demonstration of your prowess as an artist. Can you start by telling us a bit more about the track and how it came about?
Sure, the song "Go Get It" is a song about a realization that I came to that all of my hopes and dreams and goals are still available and within reach for me. I would just have to push aside all of the distractions and Go Get It! You seemingly move from singing to rapping interchangeably on "Go Get It." What does the songwriting process look like for you and how do you decide which verse sing and which verse to rap?
The writing process for me is always about creating a vibe and a melody withing my verse. The beat for Go Get It, produced by Lytton Scott, made me want to mix some R&B type vibes with some hip-hop vibes. A lot of my songwriting comes from me vibing to the beat and freestyling to it. Once I find a melody that I love, I go back and fill in the melody with lyrics. What is the music scene like in New Castle and how has the community influenced your music?
The music scene is growing in New Castle (Delaware), to be honest, for a long time the music scene in my State was unsupportive and people had a "crabs in a barrel" mentality. A lot has changed in recent years to make it a more supportive environment. Even though artists had a negative mentality, I've personally received nothing but love and support from the Artist community. Also, I have done a lot of networking in the larger markets that are close to me. (Philly, Baltimore, DC, Jersey, New York) You exhibit a perfect balance of RnB and Hip-Hop on "Go Get It." Who are some artists that have influenced your craft?
Thanks! You're far too kind! Some of my musical influences are Kendrick Lamar, Kanye West, J. Cole, Drake, Lecrae, Andy Mineo, Tory Lanez. I love the way these Artists create and convey their message and creativity through their music.
What does the rest of 2020 look like for you?
I have a TON of releases and music coming out for the rest of 2020. I just released a new single on the 4th of July called "America I Got A Question". I will be releasing another single at the end of the month. I plan to release at least one to two singles per month for the rest of the year!