Stickman the President Inspires Introspection



Los Angeles born and raised; budding musician Stickman the President is making waves in the world of Hip-Hop. The west coast Hip-Hop artist and emcee has recently released the jaw-dropping single “I Didn’t COME TO LOSE.”


Influenced by the likes of Lil Wayne, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, Kanye Cassidy, and Tupac, Stickman the President pays homage to the tenacity of old-school Hip-Hop with his music style.


Stickman the President took advantage of 2020 by using it as a year of reflection, which he now translates into his music. He stepped back from his life to analyze his priorities and now places emphasis on every behaviour that will take him one step closer towards his goals.


Stickman the President provides his listeners with an understanding of what it is to live ‘distraction-free,’ encouraging people to live for themselves. The self-analysis and introspective atmosphere that Stickman the President conveys through his clever wordplay are infectious to the listener.


"Keeping it real and being authentic to yourself is important to me. This song represents that as well as truly understanding what it means to stay distraction-free. Distractions come in many forms, people and society can be very influential; we have to see through all of the BS and keep it pushing. I’m hoping my listeners are understanding that I am all about progression and moving forward within myself. I want them to forget all that weird stuff and to focus and the real, nothing can stop an individual who truly knows who they are."


Discover more about Stickman the President, here.


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