HDN Cujo is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter from Niagara Falls, New York. His lyrics often draw on more intimate details of his personal life than standard rap fare, and he delivers them with a melodic sensibility.
He is known for songs such as Jungle, On My Own, Up And Away, and Warzone. He made a name for himself independently, releasing singles such as On My Own, Up And Away, and Warzone all in late 2020 early 2021. HDN Cujo has collaborated with artists like Menice, Rxalu Loaded, and Jamie Ray. We had the opportunity to interview HDN Cujo to talk about his background and where he is today in the music industry.
Questions and Answers:
1: Tell us about your background getting to where you are today?
HDN Cujo – I came from a city where no one gets noticed in what they’re doing unless you move out of the city. People dying every day, and there’s a lack of support. I moved to San Antonio in 2018 and 2020 after I went to an A Boogie concert in late 2019 I gained a lot of motivation from watching him perform and being so young and still be known worldwide blew my mind so with my passion for music I put it to the test and started as a recording artist.
2: Where are you from?
HDN Cujo – I am from Niagara Falls, NY born and raised
3: How did you get into music?
HDN Cujo – I’ve always been into music I played alto saxophone, keyboard, and drums for my church choir as a kid up until 2018 then I started recording and became an artist in 2020
4: What is the most challenging thing you have overcome in your life?
HDN Cujo – The most challenging thing I had to overcome was feeling depressed and suicidal.
5: Are you currently signed or independent?
HDN Cujo – Independent
6: Who inspires you the most musically?
HDN Cujo – A Boogie, Lil Baby, and Tory Lanez.
7: What do you want people to take away after listening to your music?
HDN Cujo – I want people to relate to me on a real-life level. I want them to hear the melodic versatile pain and be able to connect with me as if I was speaking to them.
8: What is your greatest achievement as a musician?
HDN Cujo – My greatest achievement is finding fans that truly support me and love to see my growth because without them what would I be? Without them, I would’ve never gotten the streams I have gained and the platforms I have been on that have given me multiple opportunities.
9: Do you produce your music? If not who do you work with?
HDN Cujo – I do not produce my music. I have a producer “Trill Gates Production” I help with ideas but I do not produce.
10: Who is one artist you wish you could work with?
THDN Cujo – Tory Lanez is one artist I wish I could work with because not only does he have a great voice and make great music but he has a story to tell.
11: Tell us about any new music you have coming out? When is coming out? What is it about?
HDN Cujo – I have 2 viral songs that acclaimed 1M + TikTok views called “Warzone” and “Zoom” dropping soon. I am also working on a project “Hear Me Out” that is a melodic and trap vibe musically representing where I came from what I’ve been through all the hurdles in life I have jumped to get to where I am now in life.
12: What does a day inside your shoes look like?
HDN Cujo – A day inside my shoes would be me starting my day off taking care of my family. Then going to the studio to record a few songs and analyze what I can change and what needs to stay the same to get to one of the top spots in the world as an artist. Then gaming and streaming with my friends if I am not working on music.
13: Anything else you want the audience to know about you?
HDN Cujo – I appreciate all the love I have gained this year and glad that I have my fans that I consider family that I’ve been growing with and cannot wait to show them what God has in plan for me. New merch dropping soon on the site as well as a bunch of new music showing different sides of me other than hip hop.
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Combining clever wordplay with infectious beats, “Cake Boss” is a delightful journey into the world of Mazzilli’s imagination. Known for his intuitive and humorous approach to storytelling, the artist weaves a feast of verses that explore the joy of indulging in life’s simple pleasures, with a particular focus on everyone’s favorite dessert – cake.
Mazzilli brings a fresh perspective to the rap genre, channeling the spirit of Eminem’s intricate rhymes and complex flows. His seamless delivery and sharp wit showcase a level of virtuosity reminiscent of the rap legend, while simultaneously establishing Exentric as a unique and distinctive force with a sound that is entirely his own.
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Eccentric took time to answer a few questions about his hometown, his music and what’s next for him…
You are from Boston..how did being from “Beantown” influence you and your music?
Cities like Boston have always inspired me to do something big. Just the vibe of the city can give me new ideas and help start my creative process. I’ve never been a fan of the fast living tho and growing up surrounded by “massholes” and constant swearing definitely rubbed off on me a bit.
How did you come up with the name, “Exentric?” What does it mean to you?
I never really fit into the crowd and back in school I was often bullied and called all sorts of things like “strange, weird, etc”. I was also very ODD and always felt very misunderstood so I picked the word “Eccentric” because it means unconventional and slightly strange. To me, Exentric means being yourself without even caring how other people will perceive you.
Your latest single is “Cake Boss.” Tell us about the song, the recording process, and what is your favorite flavor/type of cake?
CakeBoss originally started as a freestyle but I decided to make it a fun song filled with literary devices. My recording process was pretty straightforward, I would record take after take and experiment a lot with the flow, cadence, delivery etc until I liked it. And my favorite cake is Vanilla/chocolate ice cream cake and cheesecake 🍰
How do you feel about performing live? How often do you get to do it? Any memorable performances?
To be honest I’ve never had much desire to do live shows but I have done them. I could perform more often if I wanted but it would mostly be open mics, small venues etc and right now I’d rather stay focused on creating new music.
What’s next for you? Any plans for an album? Tour? Next single or video?
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