R A M Z I E is a musical artist raised all the way in Monroe, Georgia. Now living in Atlanta, he has made a great name for himself. His inspiration is highly diverse, ranging from a vast expansion of different influences like Michael Jackson, ACDC, and XXXTentacion and more. He’s a versatile artist who can blend himself into multiple genres like Hip-Hop, Rap, Pop, and Alternative. Many artists may use a huge production studio to create their music but for Ramzie he creates his music from his home studio but also performed several times in the Atlanta area. He has continued to build a strong buzz and catalog of music with often releases, like his newest single “Lyka”. Not only has Ramzie released a groundbreaking single but he has also delivered us a promising EP titled “Skeleton”. This EP consists of spectacular records that will undoubtedly raise the stakes for any other artists in this industry. R A M Z I E doesn’t follow the trends, instead, he sets his own and creates his own boundaries that he eventually maneuvers through to surprise and excites his listeners with every track. R A M Z I E has everything it takes to become the next big face of the music industry. If he continues this consistent streak of success the opportunities for this promising talent are endless.
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Welcome back to BuzzMusic R A M Z I E. How would you describe your upbringing and environment in Georgia? Did you take any influence from your outside environment?
I grew up in Monroe, Georgia. Being of Caribbean descent, I was raised differently than most of the kids I grew up with; naturally, I also grew up surrounded by a plethora of different genres and styles of music from which I've drawn inspiration. I've listened to everything from reggae to death metal in my free time. Moving to Atlanta for college has also really helped shape me and my music into what we are today and I'm extremely thankful for the people I've met and the experiences I've had along the way.
What was the biggest challenge you faced and in what ways did you overcome it when releasing your single “Lyka”?-
At the time that I was mixing the song, I had made some adjustments to my process so I was still trying to figure some plugins out during the mix, but it turned out rather nicely and as such has garnered a lot of positive feedback.
What was the main theme behind your record “Lyka”?
Lyka is a warning to the world saying, "I'm here," and I don't plan on leaving any time soon.
How would you describe the creative and songwriting approach behind your project “Skeleton”?- When I was making Skeleton I just wanted to make a collection of songs that I felt showcased my versatility, but even that was before I really established what I believe to be my "style."
Which songs from your EP “Skeleton” were the best representation of your project as a whole?- The One (feat. brook), Own (feat. Bianca G.), Omicron Persei 8, and Fooey.
What’s next for you in 2020 R A M Z I E?- I have plenty of great music to be released, a collaboration project with Kotykillem called "Tracers," and of course a couple of surprises lined up for the new year. ;)