Zech Lore Personifies Clever Wordplay And Smooth Flow In New Single, "Nice Guy"



Zech Lore has always been drawn to the challenge of crafting the perfect combination of rhymes.


What started off as a silent means to pass the time on the bus rides home from school has fully blossomed into a vocal pursuit of creating songs and verses of overflowing emotions and heart.


Lyrically, Zech Lore is a force to be reckoned with. His wordplay is clever, and his delivery is on point. He rides the beat effortlessly and weaves his way in and out of the instrumental with ease. His flow is smooth, and his rhyming schemes are impressive.


Zech Lore demonstrates his lyrical prowess in "Nice Guy," with lines like "Okay, I know I'm not the tallest or the strongest, nor the leanest, but guarantee I'll be in, your top three of the sweetest, guy's you'll ever meet, and I'm hoping that you'll see. Maybe I'm the one who's destined to come to sweep you off your feet."


Zech Lore's music is refreshing, and his approach to rap is unique. He's a talented lyricist with a lot to say. His music is honest and relatable. It's clear that he has a passion for music and a gift for writing. He's an artist to watch out for.



Zech, thank you for being with BuzzMusic today and thank you for spilling your heart out for our consumption. How do you hope your music affects listeners? Thank you for having me. With any of the music I make, I hope it evokes some type of emotion out of the listener. Whether that's joy, sadness, anger, motivation, etc. I want them to be able to take what they're hearing and relate some part of it, no matter how big or small, to an aspect of their life. How have you found confidence in your race, age, and personality? It's definitely taken time to become comfortable with who I am as a person. I had alot of doubts about whether, as an Asian American, I could be fully acknowledged and accepted within the world of music, specifically hip-hop and rap. But in the past 4 years, I think I've matured to a point where I became confident enough to say, "Yes, I am different from most of these other rappers, and that's not a bad thing. And regardless of how I believe the world may perceive me based on how I look and sound, I'm just going to focus on releasing the music I like making and let the universe do with it what it will after that". It's also encouraging to see other Asian artists starting to get more recognition in mainstream hip-hop and rap. What does being a "Nice Guy" mean to you?


For me, it means doing the right thing, being respectful, and not acting like an entitled asshole. But at the same time, you're not just going to be a pushover and let someone or something walk all over you. You've got to appropriately push back when the situation calls for it. That's what being a "Nice Guy" means to me.


Can you share with us where you see yourself being two, five, and ten years from now and how your self-love journey will affect you? I see myself still making music in some format. It could be I'll be focused more on beat making and less on lyrics and songwriting further down the line. Who knows. I feel I still have a youthful spirit, but with each year that goes by it feels a little bit of that gets chipped away. So while I still feel this young, I want to channel this energy into as many songs as possible. Both the highs and lows of self-love will continue to serve as an influence in the music I make. What's next for you? I'm currently writing and recording more songs, with the focus on continuing to build up my discography and fanbase. I'm also just focused on continuing to build solid relationships with good people in this industry.



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