Check out I2G’s exclusive interview with Seya P.
I2G is here with Seya P, how’s it going?
I’m doing pretty good, glad to be able to talk with you and be featured on your site.
Tell me a little bit about how you got your start in music and who are some of your musical influences.
I was always around rap music, as a kid, teen, etc. Plus I’m from Inglewood so I was pretty much raised on N.W.A., Tha Dogg Pound, all them. And as a kid I always took an interest in rhyming. So I began writing at the age of thirteen and been doing it ever since. As far as musical influences, way too many to count but I can give you my top five for sure. MF DOOM, Eminem, Cage, Dr. Dre, and Aesop Rock.
Do you have any upcoming albums getting ready to release?
I am actually currently finishing up a project with my rap partner DropKick DeWhat. It’s been in the works for a minute, just finishing up the last two tracks and we should have it out before the summer is up.
Do you have any more upcoming videos?
I have actually never shot a music video, which is something that needs to change. Hope to make it happen pretty soon.
What are your current thoughts on the music industry?
I think there is a lot of promising young talent coming in, some I don’t find quite that promising but I’m not gonna name names. But hopefully all of the new talent bring their best and show love to the culture.
What is currently playing on your playlist musically?
I’ve been bumping that DAMN. by Kendrick a lot lately. But, I’ve also been listening to that new Jarren Benton, of course that Jay Z, and Tyler.
Do you have any shows or tour dates?
I don’t have any shows yet, but I’ve been looking to see where I could perform a few songs. I’m in a rather small town so I REALLY have to venture out there and constantly be looking.
What is your website information?
Well people could check my soundcloud where I usually post my music here
and my twitter where I’m always letting people know when I’m about to drop a new track or project
Also, my audiomack
Appreciate the interview, any last words or shout outs?
Um, I guess to just be on the lookout for my project I’m doing with DropKick. I’m always dropping my own little songs as well so peep those out! I appreciate the interview, thanks for sharing my shit and much love to everybody. Thank you once again.