“So many of our dreams at first seem impossible, then they seem improbable, and then, when we summon the will, they soon become inevitable.”(Christopher Reeves)
Rockwell’s dream is becoming inevitable. This EP drop marks a momentous occasion for a very talented emerging lyrical artist, and I dare you to find another artist who works as hard as he does. Let’s take a listen to his new joint while we delve deeper into the mind of the man known as Rockwell.
“Real” is a term that gets thrown around a lot these days in the hip hop world, but when we use this word to describe Rockwell it is as true as ever. Rockwell writes about real, personal struggles that I bet most of you can relate to.
My creative process starts all the time. I’m always in creative mode. I usually sit back and observe things and find a way to put it into my music… ill hear a beat and depending on how I feel at the time and the vibe the beat gives me, I will make a song and start writing lyrics right then and there. I’m not ashamed to say that I rap off of emotion.
The music I create is all based off of things that I have seen, done, heard, been through, and struggled with. I’ve battled depression and anxiety pretty much my whole life and addiction in the later years (which I am thankfully sober now). You will hear a lot of references to my struggles in the music, I always keep it real and rap about myself and things I know.Rockwell
While relatively new to the industry Rockwell has some interesting insights into the industry and these major label deals, and how the internet impacts emerging artists like himself.
Honestly I would change the fact that these young talented artist are forced to sell their soul to these major companies who do not have their best interest in mind. I would also change the essence of the hip hop culture in regards to the fact that we have lost way too many people to violence or things having to do with depression and addiction.
The internet is a very useful tool if you know how to navigate and stay clear of the drama. Social media is a great way to reach potential fans if you have the right marketing and advertising set up. Just stay clear of the “haters” and the people who want to start drama. Stay focused and do you.Rockwell
Rockwell makes it very clear that this is just the beginning of his ascent into the realm of hip hop music.
I have many music videos planned! Stay tuned for that. But music wise I’m going to let this project breathe for a few months and then I’m dropping another ep. After that, the full album will drop. In between expect to see a lot of features, music videos and also singles dropping. By the time I am 30 I plan to be successful in the music industry. I’m going to speak it into existence.Rockwell
I’m an artist from New Orleans, LA. I was raised in Allentown Pennsylvania. 610. I put my soul into my music. Music=Life, Life=Music. I started getting serious with my rap career in 2017 and had to stop for about a year and a half. I am back now full throttle ready to put my all back into my music. My influences are Kevin Gates, Rod Wave, Meek Mill, Bone Thugs, and Scarface. I hope to provide my listeners with music for every occasion giving you something to listen to and relate to whenever you need it. I combine bars and punchlines with powerful meanings and melodies at some points. If you hear Ayiya in the beginning of a song just know that’s Rockwell! Thank you for listening!
“Extroverted Introvert” is a reflection of who I am and how I got to be the way I am. I have had many ups and downs in my life and these real life experiences are portrayed in my latest release. This EP marks the beginning of my journey into the hip hop world and I don’t plan on stopping any time soon. You can stream my latest release on these major streaming platforms by clicking here.
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