Interview with Key To Tha City

Straight outta Memphis, tn, key brings nothing but witty word play an full of energy to tha scene.

Now residing in California Key hits tha state also having performed in Los Angeles as well as the Bay Area. Check Out him on every platform available.

Growing up, how important was music in your life?

KEY: Music played a big part in my life, I’m from Memphis, my grandparents from Mississippi, Music was bred in me… I was born in it..

Can you remember the moment when you’ve decided that you wanted to be a musician?

KEY: Kinda ever since I was a youngin’ I use to always play with my words, but then felt I couldn’t make words rhyme… I just kept trying till I made it work..

Was it an easy or difficult choice to make?

but nah it wasn’t a hard transition..

How would you describe the music that you typically create?

KEY: That’s depends on the beat I’m listening too, but I like to create fun music, music wit energy singing you can ride out so whateva too..

I really loved your song “Come from Nothin’”. Can you tell me more about it? What’s it about, and how did you get inspiration to write it?

KEY: It’s really me giving my take on where in at now in my life now, on how I come from nothing An I’m still pushing in tha music business independently.. I got inspired to write that in the studio to be honest, one of those on the spot tracks..

What are you currently working on?

KEY: I’m not just releasing singles an video am pumping Merch “my Merch”, To help people connect with who I am better..

What is the most trouble you’ve ever gotten into?

KEY: Idk a lot..

What advice or philosophy might you impart to other musicians, be it in forms of creativity, technical stuff, the business side of it, or anything else?

KEY: Don’t stop, keep pushin, an don’t let no turn you down..

What has been the biggest surprise so far about making music your career?

KEY: Biggest surprise is now being able to be considered a big artist

What types of change do you feel your music can initiate?

KEY: FEELING, you gon feel my music..

What do you hope people take away from your music?

KEY: My life An understanding

What can we expect from you in the future?

KEY: MORE grind an Music in ya face!!! KEY

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Written by Emily

Emily is currently finishing her studies in journalism and popular media abroad in the School of Media studies in Tel Aviv. In free time she writes for several popular magazines and loves hip hop culture very much.


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