Interview with Sinoseenobody. The young hustler of south Jamaica Queens has always been mixed into the music scene.
How did you start in the music industry?
Embodied my pain and put it all into my music. I started rapping at 13, paying for my own sessions, just getting sh*t going. Early in my start in the industry, I got to meet Juelz Santana through an associate, which later lead me to meet Jim Jones. I told him I had a hook for a beat he was playing, and then I laid Going in for the Kill, which I later added on other artists to the song.
How would you describe your musical style and genre?
My music style will be Greatness shit. It could go either way with me. I grew up in a very blended NYC, so I got to hear shit from all coasts growing up.
What makes your style and charisma unique?
I just know I’m bringing a lot of me to the table. Ain’t another nigga in the world like me.
Time tells all, so it will.
What audience do you view as your target market?
The world is my market. Even though I’m from the streets, I always knew I was bigger than that. I be having drake fans, thug fans, and 50 fans because I’m well blended.
Latest Song Releases?
Just recently, I put out a music video for my single Say Too Much. Check that out on YouTube! But I also have Killa Cam out with a video on YouTube, and Litty Again is on all streaming platforms.
Upcoming debut songs are Good Girl, Focus, and Ride for Me. I got a bunch of songs in the vault that I am going to release whenever the timing feels right. Follow me on IG @sinoseenobody to know when.