What does your playlist reveal about you? Rap music enthusiasts listen to songs they can relate to. A careful analysis of your playlist can tell you a lot about yourself. This is what rappers like Kaliwae consider when developing lyrics. In a recent interview, Kaliwae talked about her new single. She also talked about the inspirations that ignite her sassy appeal.
She was recently asked to describe her music and she stated the following. “My music is fun, catchy, a bad b***h anthem. I try to create music that’s a reflection of me. Something a bad b***h can ride to!” She creates many vibes to stay diverse. However, her focus is to influence women who listen to her music. This is an affirmation you can confirm when playing her new single “Melrose.” A statement of dominance, independence and sexy confidence.
Rappers work hard to be creative. Regardless of their personal challenges, expectations, or perceptions. Kaliwae believes that female rappers don’t get the same reception as their male counterparts. She has an interesting strategy to counter this. She confirms, “My focus right now is learning to brand myself in a new way. I’m basically the clout chasing- brother dissing rapper.”
Last summer Kaliwae released ‘friendly diss track’ targeting her brother Blueface. The track came after a family argument. What better way to deal with male chauvinism than to poke at your sibling? This is Kaliwae’s version of creativity. The same sassy attitude that helps her stand out as a female rapper.
Kaliwae has her opinion about the music industry. Some of those opinions will trigger resentment from other rappers. She reiterates the need to positively impact other people. Which is secondary for most artists. “Rap songs used to tell stories; lyrics were a means of connecting with the fan base”.
She is worried that those principles are slowly being forgotten. All her songs have messages that people can relate to. Especially women who want to love themselves again. This is her purpose, which demands dedication and consistency.
The recording studio is heaven for Kaliwae. “It’s a place I feel safe and can let it all out”. Her commitment to growth as a rapper is outstanding. Focus is integral to achieving her personal life goals. Kaliwae strives to put all these analogies, perspectives in her song lyrics. If you find yourself loving her new single “Melrose,”. We can probably guess your personality traits and what’s important to you.
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