Hip-Hop has been around since the late 1970s, and since then, it’s gone through multiple shifts in popularity, style, and what makes a rapper great. In today’s industry, most rappers are just following the status quo because it’s easier than trying to carve out your niche. But one Chicago rapper named Godd Beezy doesn’t care about doing things the easy way; instead, he prefers to do things his own way, which means embracing an underground sound while still staying true to mainstream accessibility.
About the Artist
Godd Beezy is a rapper who grew up on the Southside of Chicago. As a young child, he picked up his love for music through listening to legends when it comes to his style. He doesn’t fit in with any particular genre or culture. His flow is unique and different from what’s typically heard in rap. He also has a talent for storytelling, which he implements in many of his songs. It isn’t just about how well you can rap; it’s about being able to tell a story with your lyrics. And that is something Godd Beezy does very well.
The Sleeping Giant
Godd Beezy believes he can be as big as any other artist and has something different to offer to hip hop. He wants to be an entertainer, not just a rapper, which is why his creative style and flow are different and like no other. The industry will know who Godd Beezy is soon. His songs REMINISCE, MERCEDES, and SAVE ME are some of his most popular tracks. He loves riding with friends in the city and staying up late on social media connecting with people worldwide. I want people to see how much of an artist I am. I’m in a race against myself, competing with myself. I’m the sleeping giant because nobody knows me yet, but they soon will.
What does it take to make it?
If you want to make it in music, it will require dedication and hard work. There are no shortcuts. There are no overnight successes. You need to put your all into it. A day without creating something or taking care of business is a wasted day! Keep hustling, and eventually, you’ll be on top! One thing that’s helped me keep my grind up was realizing that every time I create something new, I also compete with myself. Every song I write, every video I shoot, and every interview I do is a competition against myself to see if what I did this time around was better than what I did last time. It’s easy for artists to get caught up worrying about how they’re doing against other people, but the real race you should be focused on is against yourself, He said.