The Baltimore born and New Jersey bred hip-hop artist Snoopy Tre continues to promote his heart-felt single “Faucet.” The single has an amazing visual that digs into a real life scenario. Tre shows us the story in the full video below!
FIND OUT MORE ABOUT SNOOPY TRE BELOW IN HIS FULL EDITORIAL INTERVIEW:
1.) What Inspires Your Music?
“A lot of things can be inspiring to me such as things, places, and people. Lil Wayne played a big part on why I wanna do music. But to be honest; I feel as though there is no inspiration because music is something that has always been apart of my life growing up. My father used to sing, and my mother writes poetry. I was born with a passion for music as nothing makes me feel more alive.”
2.) What Inspired Your Single “Faucet?”
“Just real life situations for real. Like there is so much I can speak on when it comes to the idea of “FAUCET,” yet overall I just wanted to be able to get people to see what it is like to live a day in the life of a black man’s struggle; or just life struggle’s in-general. Shedding light on the fact that everything is not about negativity and that no matter how hard things will get for you, you just gotta remain humble and focused. Also realize that you have nothing to prove to anyone in this world but yourself and GOD, because at the end of the day all you got is yourself.”
3.) What Sets You Apart As An Artist?
“Everybody raps now, everybody wants to produce, engineer, be an artist, and that’s fine. It’s just the thing to do ‘NOWADAYS!!!’ But what sets me apart is the type of artist that I am. Anybody can have talent but only a few are blessed with a GIFT! I want to spread nothing but positivity and Great ENERGY across the world. I want to be able to speak for the people out there that may not have the power to do so. My music is as real as it comes when I get behind that mic and deliver all the pain that I have deep down inside. Nothing but great things to come from it. I don’t push to try and sound like that next rapper or singer because I feel like I have the chance to change the game with the sound I have. It’s different, POWERFUL and I can’t wait to share it with the world.”
4.) What Are Your Plans Long-Term As An Artist?
“Long Live Nipsey Hussle.. seeing how he moved changed my whole game plan. I want to become one of the Greatest artist to ever touch the music industry. I want to be one of the first artist to ever touch every genre of music. I want to start up businesses such as black owned super markets, malls, etc.. – giving people the second chance they deserve in life. I want to start my own label as well and give artists that are in the position I once was, a chance to do something great and productive with their life. I just wanna give back to my community, take care of my family and loved ones, and live a blessed life.”
5.) What Words Of Advice Could You Share To Those Inspired By Your Career?
“Someone always told me: Trust the process as long as it’s YOURS! NOTHING OUTSIDE OF THAT MATTERS. Never give up and never stop what you’re doing. Understand and realize WHO IS THERE FROM THE BEGINNING supporting and who is there when your life progresses. Never get caught up in your SUCCESS. Keep pushing forward and no matter what happens, always know that God is there with you the whole way; you just gotta speak to him and have faith. Believe in what you’re doing because no one else will…”
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