Hello everyone we had the chance to interview up and coming teen rapper Titus. Titus is releasing his now project in the summer.
He believes that this truly is his best work and that there is a song for everyone on this album. Titus has the potential to become the next big teen rapper. His biggest advantage of being a teen rapper is his youth.
He currently has 961 followers on instagram check him out.
How old are you?
Well….I’m 17 but I turn 18 on February 2. I was born on 02/02/02.
Your first project is coming out summer. Can you tell us more?
My project doesn’t drop until later on in the year (early summertime). I’ve been working on the album for almost a year now. The name of it is Colors spelled CLRZ. The project mirrors my life and where I’m at in life. I’m in a (I’m tryna prove something part of my life)
How was music influenced your life?
Music has influenced me a lot. I was always around music. My grandmother sang in the choir, my mother sings as well. Also my aunt who is like a mom to me sings.
I grew up in a family full of singers. But for me….I was a very big YMCMB fan. One day I had a dream that Wayne told me to rap and he’d sign me.
Lol I couldn’t rap but the next morning when I woke up, I had this fire in my heart and until now it hasn’t gone out.
How do you see music changing your life in the long run?
Music is who I am. I began to pursue it when I was 11 years old. I wore the mask of a musician for so many years that it eventually just stuck on my face.
In the beginning my motive was always fame and money. But I studied the music business the whole time I was in highschool. My goal motive now is ownership.
I’m a firm believe in owning your own. I look up to artists like Nipsey Hussle, Bryan Williams, master P, and Russ. Ownership is what they preach and I’m a believer.
I would love to one day become this superstar but I’ll always love music and it’s going to always be who I am. Whether I blow up or not. As long as I still have this fire in my heart. I’ll always be great in my own space.
I get a lot of texts from artists who like my music. Some look upto my art and it’s very humbling. God gives all of us a gift. He’s not gonna make you use it a certain way. Its upto you…whether you bless millions with your art or bless one person. As long as what you do is a blessing to somebody.
Do you have any advice for teens in your field?
Keep going…don’t let anybody tell you what you can or cannot do. When I first started, my “friends” used to laugh at me. I couldn’t rap, I used to record on voice notes on my iPhone and I’d release those bad quality songs on SoundCloud.
Honor your humble beginnings. Believe in you. Work on your craft and perfect it. Ive learned that in this world it’s only you and what you could be. So strive and conquer!
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