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Tell us a little more about when you first got into music?

Both my parents are hobby musicians so music was always part of my life. When I was about five years old I remember watching a rock show on TV and I thought to myself:“ This is what I wanted to do.“

At twelve I finally got the chance to learn the drums and from there I was practicing like crazy to pursue my dreams of becoming a musician. I played in many bands over my teenage years and always took great pleasure in songwriting. Unfortunately, I was most of the time the only one in the band with serious ambitions. So bands were falling apart again and again.

In 2013 I moved to Stuttgart (GER) to become a member of Way to Bodhi. Here things finally were different. I met people with the same ideals as mine. The perfect ground to flourish as an artist. For the band, I thought of myself in sound design and electronic music production. That way I could contribute even more to the bands’ compositions. We even managed to get a world record.


We were working hard, every day. Still, things started to slow down, and because I am a very impatient person, it was inevitable that we had to part ways one day.

After that, I tried to found my own band. But I quickly ran into the same problem again. Finding people with the same ambition and mindset was impossible. So I had to drop that as well.

So here I was, over a decade of bands, composing and self-improvement and nothing worked. I was devastated. I had to make a decision. Me or the world.

And I decided: me.

I wouldn’t allow anyone to stop me from chasing that one dream I have. I was not born with any kind of exceptional talent and if I’m not where I want to be in my life, it is not because of others. It is because of myself.

So SicHat is like a promise to myself. Become better with every song, with every release. One step at a time. I thought of myself in audio engineering and graphic design. If I have to do everything by myself, so be it. If you could describe your sound/style in one word, what would it be and why?

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I guess the word would be: unexpected.

I have a vision of how I want my music to sound. And at the same time, I tend to mix and combine different styles and genres together. A lot of time I am surprised how well some of those elements can actually work together.

Neither my listeners nor I can expect the next song I ́ll create. But that is what makes SicHat so exciting to me, because to surprise yourself is a really cool thing.

What would you say to any aspiring recording artist who looks up to your work?

To become the best you can be is something only you can achieve and no one else. As long as you can get up one more time then you feel down you will see success in whatever it is you do. If you fail 100 times try 101 times. It’s not success that makes you better it’s your mistakes. Every failure is one more stepping stone on your path to greatness. Do you have anything new or upcoming we can expect to see from you?

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After Fire, we are now actually planning the next release yes. There are three more singles that I want to release for this year and I already got enough songs for the next year as well. I will keep writing new songs and aim to release a new single every 2 – 3 months. There are also some plans to connect our next music videos with a hidden story over several releases.

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Lo Artiz Ushers Us The Rawness Of Her Artistry In New Music Video “Softly”

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Acclaimed singer-and-songwriter Lo Artiz has released her new music video for her single “Softly,” which was released on September 30th, in collaboration with band H A U N E R, “Softly.” She describes the emotional process of grieving a relationship ending and the heartbreak afterward. 

She displays her journey to life in her music video with a performance that leaves folks to look in an exceeding trance. The river, trees, loamy sand, and long grass compose a toned-down background representing the calm and serene production of “Softly platinum. 1”, evoking the unhappiness of Artiz’s sorrow. Artiz, sitting ahead alongside the band H A U N T E R, sings from her soul, bearing all of her emotions. In contrast, the audience sees and hears Artiz’s pain and anger in her facial expressions, movements, and dynamic and superimposed voice.

Noted as a fan favorite, Lo Artiz has sold out multiple shows at the infamous Troubadour nightclub in West Hollywood. Artiz has also been featured in blogs such as Earmilk, Peaches N Pop, Fashionably Early, Alfitude, and more. Lo is beyond a triple threat. A multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, songwriter, producer, arranger, & powerhouse performer with a vocal range that knows no limits – Lo’s mission as an artist is clear – to disturb the comfortable & comfort the disturbed.

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Stay connected with Lo Artiz: Instagram | Twitter |Spotify

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Florida Rising Artist Lil Rhino Is Set To Rule the Music World With His Unique Sound.

Lil Rhino, a rapper from Lakeland, Florida, is here to ascertain the multitude that he’s profound about ruling the music world with his energetic music.

This week we had a conversation with Lil Rhino, and he was kind enough to share his journey through the music globe. He also talked about how he plans to be one of the A-listers, not just for himself but for his family. This top-notch artist has proven to be the best at what he does innumerably.

His main objective is to monopolize and keep astonishing his fans with the combination of contemporary and bossy hit songs. Check out the interview below and let us know your thoughts in the observation section below.

Let’s start by introducing yourself; you know the basics, like name, age, and where you’re from, as much or little as you’re comfortable sharing.

My Name is Lil Rhino, and I’m 23 years old. I’m from Lakeland, Florida. I’m a buzzing central Florida Artist chasing dreams so that I can get things done not only for myself but for my family. 

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What’s the best advice you ever received concerning music?

The best advice I received concerning music would be to stay consistent. Stay in the people’s faces, keep dropping content, and keep dropping new sounds. Never stop


What would you have done differently if you knew then what you know now?

I would have relocated to Atlanta Much earlier. 


What is still your biggest challenge?

My biggest challenge is to stop being so hard on myself. I feel like I pressure myself too much.

What keeps you going when things get tough in the music industry?

My family, I think about where we are, where we’ve been and where I want us to be


If you could open a show for any artist, who would it be?



Talk me through your creative process.

First, I have to fall in love with the beat. The beat has to catch my attention! After that, I punch in line after line. Constructing the song chorus verse chorus or chorus verse bridge chorus 

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How do you solve productivity/scheduling problems and reduce overwhelming situations?

I haven’t faced any of these problems yet.


What are you focusing your time on now?

Coming up with new Melodies and marketing strategies to further my career.

How do you currently feel about the state of “Your genre” in general?

I feel like I have a genre within my own. I don’t think anyone has my sound, which makes me. Go harder to keep my sound different from others. 

How can our readers follow you online?

Connect with Lil Rhino: YouTube| Twitter | Instagram | Spotify

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