Randy Bibbins best known as Randyman is a rising rhymer like no other. The one-in-a-million artist is breaking through underground barriers and climbing up the mainstream of the rap game. At a young age, Randyman found himself fascinated by music and then he jumped into the hip-hop scene in middle school. It was his visual wordplay that brought clarity to those around him listening.
Currently, Randy has released numerous records which are still to this day again traction and are all released under his very own recording label “World Jam Music Group”. His highly anticipated Mixtape “The move″ is the perfect blend between hard-core storytelling and complete bangers that will resonate with everyone.
Hello Randy, welcome to HONK! Can you tell our readers about what really inspired you to write music?
Randyman – I was born into it. Being born and raised in New Orleans music is in your blood. At a young age, we were going to parades hearing the marching bands play, our parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles playing soulful music in their cars, homes and it just becomes one of those things you find yourself loving.
I also was inspired by a lot of great music artists from New Orleans like Cash Money Records, No Limit Records, to even just going into New Orlean’s very own Peaches music store where we would go to hear music, get autographs from music artists and just vibe out.
When did you realize you were going to make music professionally?
Randyman – I would say it had to be a middle school for me when I was like one day I’m going to be successful with this music. I just need to stay consistent and never give up and put myself in a situation that will block me from being the next GOAT.
Tell us what is so unique about you and your music?
Randyman – I’m from down south but sound like I’m from the east coast. I make music for the masses. I make music for everyone, not just the environment I grew up in and I can take what I’ve been through and paint a visual painting so clearly, you can create a movie from it.
Can you tell us about your latest releases and what inspired you to create them?
Randyman – Each release is special to me. Some of my latest releases like Scared Money, Milli To Billi, Coco, Easy, Under The Radar, The Rebirth, Some Other Places are all real-life situations where I’ll bring you into my world. Where you’ll get the opportunity to hear some of my life stories, from pain to gain the ups and the down, the hurt to the cold heart.
Can you give us a brief insight into your upcoming projects?
Randyman – I have a new release dropping 4/14/2022 Titled “The Move” it’s a vibe about being taken for granted.
What do you wish you were told when you first started making music that you think would help artists just starting out?
Randyman – Get everything in writing, own your own master and read and study the business side of the industry as much as possible.
What do you do when you don’t do music (creative or otherwise) that you are passionate about?
Randyman – I’m into Computer Engineering, Social Media Marketing, Reading, Fishing, Hiking, Playing Sports, and Shooting Guns.
Any last piece of advice for those artists who just started making music?
Randyman – Write every single day don’t take no days off because there are so many artists trying to be great so you have to keep your skills sharp.
Read everything as many times as you need to when it comes down to contracts. Get you a lawyer and not a label-appointed lawyer get your own.
How can our readers follow you online?
Randyman – You can follow me on Instagram – @randyman504
For more information you can visit me on my website:
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Bronx artist Ki Storii came onto our radar for her recent single, “Shawty Lo”, which features fellow Renaissance Music member Cheek the Profit of New Jersey. An electrifying, catchy single that could rattle any track or provide an apt soundtrack to any night of clubbing and partying, “Shawty Lo”‘s infectious bounce and sharply-crafted vocals demand the listener’s attention immediately. Containing raw, hard-hitting percussion, catchy key riffs, and heavy 808s, “Shawty Lo” is a powerful, and simultaneously sensual, song that provides truly engaging energy.
Talking about “Shawty Lo”, Ki Storii says, “Shawty Lo is about being the life of the party and how the guys love being around her.” This quote rings true from the opening remarks where she states “m*f*ckers out here asking for an only fans page… HA”.
Listen to “Shawty Lo” here and familiarize yourself with the rising Bronx artist:
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New Jersey artist AVX has shared a new album called Highs & Lows. The album follows up several singles that built momentum within AVX’s fast-growing fanbase. Highs & Lows fully meets their anticipation with poignant, dynamic tracks that remain memorable. Providing examples of AVX’s songwriting skill and ear for sleek, stylish production, Highs & Lows is an exciting and emotive new offering.
Highs & Lows opens with the sharply-crafted “Manifest,” and opens the album in a focused manner with its atmospheric sound and potent message. “OMW” follows with an elegant cut of gorgeous strings contrasting neatly with a grooving, immersive rhythm section. Album highlight “DEMONS” contains ethereal vocal samples and drifting keys that make for, as clean drums knock beneath, setting the tone for AVX’s dynamic vocal performance. The album closes with the emotionally dense “DEEP END,” which vividly describes AVX’s inner world and draws the listener into it, finishing the project strongly and in a memorable fashion.
The latest from AVX, Highs & Lows, makes for a strong release with its sleek sound and smart, focused songwriting.
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