Alabama-based artist G Osama delivers his highly anticipated “bomb”! Vintage Media breaks down the emerging artist’s debut album. Only making music for 7 months, G Osama has shown that the key to gaining a major buzz is dropping consistent BANGERS. His latest release, Blowin UP arrived with very high expectations, to say the least.
G’s approach to the music game can be described as unorthodox but his results are evident. The entrepreneur-artist demands the difficulties of flourishing as a completely independent artist.
Blowin UP marks the young mogul’s first album.
The “BIG BANG” is nothing short of a timeless project. The project presents an array of beats leaving the artist no choice but to display his versatility. The numerous flavors and sounds are matched perfectly with G’s raw vocals, coming obviously out of the dirty south. The textures in G Osama’s flows are enveloping and candid. Without any mumbling or use of Auto-Tune, Blowin UP sounds intimate, as though the listener snuck into a closed-door studio session.
The touching vocals draw attention to G Osama’s arsenal of bars. On “Twosday,” G’s voice breaks through a cultural vibe, sharing the story of his relentless come-up. Even though he may not be a household name just yet, G’s independent accomplishments over the past months have been remarkable and add to the impressiveness of his longevity. He’s definitely “blowin up” after this project!
VMG had an opportunity to chop it up with G and got some info on the “Big Bang”.
1) What keeps you motivated when it comes to your music?
The challenge of the creative process. It stimulates my mind and I enjoy hearing the final product after investing the energy and time.
2) When you think of “Vintage Media Group”, what comes to mind?
A prominent platform dedicated to providing exposure for serious artists.
3) Being that you are from Alabama, what is the state of Hip-Hop there? How would you title your style of music?
The music scene here is growing and growing fast with artists such as Yung Bleu, Rylo Rodriguez, OMB Peezy, No Cap, Big Yavo, and more blowing up in recent times. If I had to label my style, I’d have to call it “raw/uncut”.
4) With your most recent music project “Blowin Up” is Crazy NICE, I Really Like It… can you give us some details on how you came up with that song?
(It’s an album) After staying down and investing so much time and energy into mastering my craft, it came to the point where I felt like I finally had what it took to “blow up”. So I took the concept, believed in it, and ran with it.
5) Where can your fans & supporters find you online? Via Twitter, Facebook, etc.?
6) Who are some of your influences?
Wide range but as far as music, Gucci Mane, Drake.
7) Any Last Remarks?
I just want to thank everyone again for contributing to the success of Blowin Up and turning it into just that. Much love forever. Thanks for believing in me and my vision.
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