Coolieinthecuts - Speed Dial
By Jordan Slobodinsky
Becoming ones true self is a concept that is sometimes hard to grasp. Whether you are making music or creating a business venture, finding the best parts of your creation can be hard. Featured artist Coolieinthecuts often finds that being an artist can be described with some very simple, yet enlightening words.
“Just unapologetically be yourself. I think it’s just a creative person in any field willing to try something different to make something they feel somebody else needs to [witness],” said Coolie.
As for his venture, Coolie recently released the single Speed Dial. The song emphasizes the idea of staying true in the scene, as Coolie admitted he’s still with the same friends as usual. Staying with those sharing his vision.
“It’s funny actually how that song came about, because it was just an internet conversation between an old situation and they just seemed to be a lil' more interested now,” said Coolie.
Though the single has dropped, he says he is in no rush to drop an album or mixtape. Deciding instead to take 2022 as a year to develop more singles and possible enter the music video field.
“As far as goals for the rest of this year it’s just creating more and networking more that might be one of my biggest flaws as a creative,” said Coolie.
Who’s someone that inspired you?
“As far as underground music I think it’s a lot of new vibes and a lot of crazy talented artist male and female. Not really of them I’d say I look up to, but as far as main stream artist go I feel like it’s a lot of the same thing going on,” said Coolie. “It sounds good though. A couple of my favorite artist mainstream wise would be Drake, Future, Cudi, The Weeknd - (but more like old weeknd lol), and 50 cent. I feel like they all made an imprint in the music and culture that will never be forgotten.”
Like previously mentioned, the focus is on singles for the time being. But the end goal is not out of sight for Coolie. Citing that he just wants to make hits that people can relate to, maybe even play at a cookout.
What does the future hold for you?
“I’m looking forward to growth, I’ve been hopping out the cuts and not being as anti social and introverted. So I’m excited to see where new relationships and new music go from here.”
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