Pablo released his single titled “Domestic Policy” and this song impressed us to the fullest. What’s interesting about this record was the vibe it gave off. This was the type of song you would hear from a rap legend like Nas, Nipsey, or Kendrick, someone with a high caliber of skill and authenticity. This is exactly the aesthetic Pablo has. He’s a skillful lyricist with a raw personality about him that makes him even greater. We fell absolutely in love with his bonafide character that resonated through “Domestic Policy”. “Domestic Policy” was a beautifully written song that had us compelled and captivated. We were able to follow along with the lyrics and feel the passion drive through the music. “Domestic Policy” is the type of song that many people can find themselves relating too.
It wasn’t fabricated with this persona that rappers think the hip-hop culture would love. Instead, it stayed true tot he artistry of Pablo and remained a thoroughly genuine song that can stay in its own Pablo is undeniably the rapper of the future generation. We’re almost positive he will leave a lasting impact and legacy behind his career. 2020 is set to be a big year for Pablo as he’s set to release his upcoming EP. we will surely be tuned in with this project to see if he keeps the momentum up after a great hit like “Domestic Policy” the bar has been raised & we’re sure he won’t disappoint!
You can listen to “Domestic Policy” by Pablo here.
Welcome to BuzzMusic Pablo! Tell us about your early inspirations. What inspired you to pursue music?
What inspired me was really my friends you know? Like all the dawgs around me and the shit, we been through it’s only right that someone gets to tell the stories and shit. I grew up in Trinidad so that really shaped the way I make music. I got a lot of people always asking me why I always speak about the violent shit and to be honest, it’s just part of my life, I want my music to be like an open book of me and if all I’ve seen and been through has been violent then that’s majority of what you’ll read from that book you feel me?
How would you describe the meaning behind the lyrics in “Domestic Policy”? The songwriting was immaculate!
Lol blessings fam! To be honest it was just me and my dawg just sitting down tryna piece together how his road life in Toronto and how mine has been in Trinidad and the way we vibe it was just natural the way it came together. It’s really us speaking on the shit we did or happened around us you know, it’s like a voice for our environment.
What was the biggest challenge you faced in the creation of “Domestic Policy”?
Honestly, it was just finding that right time between me and my friend Chainz to actually go in there and lay it down because we really be on go all the time so finding a time that we were both free was a blessing and we took full advantage of it
How would you describe the music video process in “Domestic Policy”
It was my first music video so I didn’t know what I was supposed to be expecting but it turned out pretty good and when the camera was on it was like we already knew what to do so the process went through smoothly
What has been the most monumental moment of your 2019 and why?
To be honest it was really just looking at all the love I’ve gotten off this rap thing and the money that’s yet to be made you know and in no way am I just doing this for the money but like it’s different when you get paid for doing something you love rather than getting paid while trying to learn how to love it you feel me? And I get hit up by people every day who rock with me on a consistent basis and they tell me don’t stop for no one so it just lets me know I could do bigger in the year to come and I will. I got an EP I’m working on to drop in March and a whole lotta videos and shows so you know this year was the first step into my future you get me? I’m not rushing any I’ll take my time with it because as fast as you go up, you’ll come down and I just wanna learn slowly from everything I experience.