On The 6th Presents To You Chase LoBello A.K.A C.O. MUZIK, An Artist On The Rise
Take a minute and get to know this rising artist:
In His own words:
I started off producing at age 11, I taught myself the basics of music like counting bars and learning the notes on my piano.
I think with me learning more and more about music itself I just got interested in writing and recording, I mean I always knew I could rap but I guess I never took it serious until I recorded my first song.
It just took off from there. Any regrets? I don’t regret anything I’ve done in my life especially with music. I just use situations as life lessons and make sure that I don’t repeat them.
Right now I am finishing up my second mixtape “Sincerely C.O. Part II” Which is a sequel to my first mixtape. I put a lot of time and work into this project right here and I can’t wait until it’s finished and out in the streets.
I just want to continue making good music and entertaining people. We are also working on one of our artist’s first mixtape “Boss Season” which should be dropping in a couple months after me. We stay busy, on the grind and on the move.
My first mixtape “Sincerely C.O. Part I” I put a lot of time and and hard work and dedication into it. But if it wasn’t for my team and my Producer I don’t think any of this would be possible.
I enjoy being in the studio weather its working on my material or somebody else’s, just being in that environment keeps me motivated.
My ultimate goal in life is to be successful with this, To make Dem Boyz Music Group one of the biggest and most successful labels, and to have the strongest team on the map
The thing I like about doing what I do is that it’s actually what I love to do, I mean when I was 11 years old making basic ass beats I never thought I would be where I’m at today
I usually start with a beat, then I write a hook and then I write my verse(s) sometimes I’ll just throw a few punch lines to.
I think I get most of my motivation from people’s reaction to my music, I mean I wouldn’t be doing a second mixtape if nobody liked the first one. I got a lot of love from my first mixtape and that really gave me motivation to keep doing this. shit.
I think the only negative thing that effects me in any way is when people think I'm going to be your typical “White Rapper.” I think I've overcame that better than anybody else could. I'm unique and real diverse for anyone to compare me to someone else.
I want to be remembered as one of the greatest Musicians and just an all around good, genuine person.
“Sincerely C.O. Part II” is dropping in September so stay tuned!
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