An elevated thinker, in a more level-headed age. Lovxll is the next level at all times. From Los Angeles to NYC and back, the young wordsmith is utterly captivating, boasting a more mature sound that has earned him recognition and respect. The rapper released his single “Go Up” featuring Ace Liberachi, a multi-faceted single with many layers and a hint of surprise at every corner. The beat has a banger club vibe to it. I can see many people getting hooked on with the song in clubs all around the world. Lovxll's flow is insane. Unique with a distinctive rap sound, it’s appreciated and far more atypical from your average rapper you’re listening to today. Listening to this song is like listening to a more rap conscious 21 Savage. The hook is addicting and trendy, but the lyrics are poetic and delivered in a Kendrick Lamar responsive approach. Lovxll's voice and flow during the hook sounds more laid-back and low key but it fits the entire aesthetic of the hit.
You can listen to Lovxll's new single "Go Up" and follow Lovxll on his social media where you can stay up to date with all his new releases and be on the lookout on what’s next!
Hello Lovxll, can you introduce yourself to our readers?
What’s good? I’m Lovxll, aka Velli Scorsese, aka VelliVelli, ya smell me? I’m a young artist/visionary/entrepreneur hailing from Los Angeles, California.
What inspired you to start rapping?
Man honestly I had been playing with rap/music for years, but never really took it serious. I went to college in NY and had to take some time off so I was just hustlin/workin/tryna figure shit out and during that time I wrote this lil freestyle to Action Bronson’s song Bird on A Wire. I let my super close homies hear it and they thought it was dope so I wrote another one and another one and another one until it got to the point where I was saying to myself “I could really do this.”
Who are your biggest music influences? How have they shaped you into the artist you are today?
Damn that’s a tough one. I would say my biggest musical influences are Michael Jackson, the Isley Brothers, Stevie Wonder, Tupac, Jay-Z and Curren$y. Growing up I was such a huge fan of music in general, and my dad played a huge role in my introduction to so many different artists so I just have an incredible level of appreciation for artists of any/every genre. Those artists each had a crazy impact on who I am musically and as an artist myself.
How has Los Angeles motivated you as an artist?
Coming from LA... the bar is already set so high.. we have so many legends all over the scope of music in every genre.. so coming from that mold and being a young artist myself AND wanting to be successful is what motivates me.. the city itself naturally has that energy that makes you want to do better and be better everyday if you really want to make some shit happen.
We love your new song "Go Up"! How has this song been different than what you've released in the past?
For one, this song.. if you’ve heard my previous music.. this song has more of a bounce to it.. it’s also probably one of the more commercial songs I’ve made. You can smoke to all my music, but I would say this one accomplished that vibe in a different way. But I got all the vibes you dig?
What do you want your fans to know about your new song "Go Up"?
First of all I want them to know that it’s hard and then that it’s streaming everywhere. I also want them to know that it’s the kickoff to what’s gonna be a crazy 2019, just wait on it tho!
Where do you see yourself and your career in 2019?
I see things really going to the next level in 2019. Feel like I’m coming into the height of my powers. I’ve been working with one of the most talented producers in Los Angeles, Tim Speilberg ( this is the correct spelling), for almost two years.. we’ve got a project coming out at the top of the new year. I’m excited about the trajectory I’m on and all this new music I have to really put myself on the map.
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