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Kidd Suavay proves no matter the circumstances he will deliver “Krazy Way of Thinking” @kiddsuavay

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Growing up you don’t know what the future will hold and sometimes you don’t understand the challenges life brings you. You don’t ask for the cards you’re dealt, but you do what it takes to work with the cards you have. Coming from struggling areas the one thing that is consistent is the need to survive and survive by any means necessary. The question is what happens when the need to survive puts you in prison and you have to find a way to push forward.

Kidd Suavay is one who can answer that question for you. Growing up in Savannah Georgia he ran into situations that had him wrongfully accused of a crime he didn’t commit. Feelings of not being fairly tried due to false testimony left him a victim to unexpected circumstances. That by itself can put you down but Kidd Suavay didn’t allow that to happen.

Knowing that music is his passion, he found a way to record music and release it all while being incarcerated. Dropping projects like Still Krazy 1 and 2, Kalm of my Khaos and his most recent project “Krazy Way of Thinking”, Kidd Suavay defines grynd in more ways than one.

His daily motivation is his son, a couple of Tony Robbins books like “Unlimited Power” and of course his family that keeps him focused on his goal. When you want something bad enough, nothing not even Incarceration will stop you from achieving it. Life will present you obstacles, it’s up to you how you use those to your advantage. I guess for Kidd Suavay that’s the “Krazy Way of Thinking”.

The Latest release “Krazy Way of Thinking” gives you 10 songs straight from the inside. 4 years may not sound long to someone living a life of freedom, but 4 years is long enough for anyone Incarcerated. Tune into the life of Kidd Suavay now.

“Krazy Way of Thinking” Now available on all digital platforms and featured on the Front Page of My Mixtapez.

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Interview: Upcoming Artist Aaron Reflex Shares New EP ‘Reflex Season’

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New York-based artist Aaron Reflex (Real name Mustafah Aaron Steele) has released his debut EP Reflex Season. The EP reflects on themes in Aaron’s life while displaying his effervescent style. Featuring standout tracks like “Hood Cinderella” and “Bands On Me” the nine-track EP shows off Reflex’s unique voice and ability for creating music.
With a vocal character rooted in hip-hop and R&B origins, Reflex’s sound has evolved to blend elements of trap-soul and emotion. Drawing inspiration from diverse sources, musical and otherwise, Reflex’s music delivers captivating sounds and infectious beats. His distinct vocals and lyrical nuance anchor his idealistic thoughts and flows.
Make sure you stream the project Reflex Season, out now. And keep reading to learn more about him as an artist.
What city are you from/ Where are you based now?
I was born in Bronx, NY and moved when I was five to Queens, NY. I always lived in NY but I have visited and performed in Atlanta, South Carolina, North Carolina, New Jersey, Virginia, and a few other states.
What is your artist name? What is your real name? How did you get your artist name?
My artist name is Aaron Reflex. My real name is Mustafah Aaron Steele. I came up with Aaron Reflex by mixing my middle name with Reflex. I also wanted something that a million other people didn’t have. When I googled it no one came up so I claimed it. Now I come up on Google and it’s a blessing to see the growth over time. Reflex honestly use to be part of my Xbox gamertag so I put it together. At what point in your life did you decide to pursue a career in music?  Music has always been something I wanted to do. It doesn’t matter if it was singing, playing instruments, or trying to teach myself from YouTube. I always had fun doing it and enjoyed seeing myself level up. I taught myself how to sing. I have always known music is something I would like to do because it’s fun to create. I like being in control of what I’m doing and have fun doing it. Who wouldn’t want to do what they love? Where I come from, a lot of people are not successful. Music started out as a recreational activity that I took very seriously but is constantly turning into something bigger. I would always work on music and my sound after school or work. All of college I made music and constantly released to SoundCloud and did singing covers and remixes consistently to different songs.
Has your upbringing played a role in shaping who you are and defining your sound today? If so, how?
Music has been part of my life since I was young. I always liked singing and was dared by my friend in third grade to raise my hand and audition for a solo in chorus class. He bet me $5 and I was thinking this is an easy $5 at the time. I raised my hand and actually sounded okay. Fast forward, I sung every year after that in elementary school and did many solos in chorus class. In middle school I learned to play guitar and piano thanks to my music teacher and many YouTube videos. I performed for the graduation playing guitar every year in middle school. In high school I was still singing but not performing as much as when I was younger.  I was performing for friends. I got better at rapping because I use to sing and my friend rapped — they said I just liked singing to the girls so I worked on my rapping a lil bit more and got better. Now I can freestyle really good and can even have people throw in words. As I’m rapping and incorporate them well into the freestyle.

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Stream: @Theuthmusic “Nikes”

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HLGNLIFE Records artist The UTh drops his love song for the brand entitled “NIKES”. Listen above.

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