Crashing onto the rap scene this month is the artist Snowy with his new track “Sezzin”. High energy and featuring an infectious hook, the track is one sure to have you in the mood to party as whirling production and the rappers intense flow feature. And, having been cut from his newly released “SIRIUS” EP, the cut becomes all the more impressive.
“I was chilling in one of Jimmy Rocket and Frost (Congi) studio sessions when Frost showed me the instrumental that he had been working on collaboratively with JackDat, and I knew that was the last tune I needed for my EP,” explains Snowy when thinking on his new track. “I went home that night and wrote it, came back a week later and smashed it out in one go! I grew up listening to Frost back in the day, so it just fit.”
Upon the release of “Sezzin”, the rapper talks about the effect that Covid has had on his creativity and his hometown of Nottingham. Head below to read our interview with Snowy below…
Hey Snowy, how are you? How has this year been for you?
This year’s been alright. Just cracking on like usual! They can’t stop the vibes, no matter how hard they try! I am back to work, and I’m enjoying it – mostly.
Covid affected so many artists’ creativity, was yours affected?
No way! I found it liberating and if anything, to have some time to go crazy and experiment making bangers uninterrupted. I was having full days writing, and it was great!
How did you first get into music, what sparked the interest?
When I was younger all my friends on the estate were spitting bars, and as a music lover, I just jumped in too. I kept going with it when things started happening, and now I’m here!
You’re from Nottingham, do you think your home city impacted your sound?
Yes, definitely. That’s the only place I’ve ever lived, it’s all I know. It’s so greezy here, you’ve got to know how to move around and back when I first started spitting it was mad times. Fun though, of course. When I was younger, I was soaking it all in and then I started going out of town, I then realised how different the whole twang was.