Exclusive Interview with ‘KVBA’

(Last Updated On: September 23, 2019)

Today we are sharing the exclusive interview of KVBA, in which You will get to know a lot of things about him and his music. So, let’s get started

Exclusive Interview with 'KVBA'

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Q: First of all we want to say welcome to you.
Hi, glad to be having this interview with y’all!

Q: How did you come into music industry?
Came in about when I started to develop my own taste in music. When I was super young I used to listen to whatever the radio played, until I had enough of that. Somehow I found out about datpiff, a website with all the hottest mixtapes released. That opened up a whole new world for me. Listening to these pieces of art I quickly came to the realization that I wanted to make this kind of art as well. That’s how my journey started.

Q: Who was your inspiration for music?
So when I discovered datpiff it really started out with Wiz Khalifa, Mac Miller, A$AP Rocky etc. they had great mixtapes. After all the artists in Hip Hop I have put my ear on I can say my inspiration comes from J.Cole, Kanye West, Jay Z, Logic and a little bit of Kid Cudi. I love all of them.

Q: What is the name of your debut song?
My first song ever released was called..Hold up let me check this one because I don’t remember. Oh yeah, it’s called ‘Autumn freestyle’, and it is still on SoundCloud so all of you can peep the growth!

Q: Say something about your musical journey?
My music journey has been tough and with a lot of insecurities. At first I was quite insecure about my sound, my mixing and in general if I had it in me. BUT at the same time I was super confident in the fact that I believed in practice and percistancy so I just kept going. And now we’re here making dope music, dope videos and we have a lot of people behind us which feels great!

Q: Who helped you most in your journey?
I would say this have to be Con and Kuzek. They are my friends and we established all of this together. I always knew you off way stronger in a clique than on your own. They help me with everything I need and are part of the label we set up called ‘Trinity Music Label’

Q: Who gave you pieces of advice?
That’s a hard one. I actually am all for following your own gut. Besides me and my friends are doing this all from 0, we have no guidance or mentors at all. We might fall as many as 99 times but we get up a 100. You can have my word for that.

Q: What do you do now a days?
Nowadays I have a lot of studio sessions where I am trying to make new pieces of art and sonics people haven’t heard before. That’s the number one goal right now.

Q: Let us know something about your future projects.
So I’m planning for my second EP that is supposed to drop in December, but I want it to be perfect. So if I’m not feeling it it might be later. Aside from that I’ll be dropping a couple more music videos before the year ends. We’ve got one in the vaults that the people will find crazy, I already know this. So stay tuned!

Q: What is your message to your fans?
I want to tell my fans I love them and I want them to chase their purpose just like I do. Their support has amazing to me and their ar my fuel.

Q: Any message for new artist?
I would say, be yourself and don’t break out of your own character just to become famous. Focus on the music and if it really slaps, people will mess with it.