Kid Condo: 'I am currently working on my craft and making more and more songs each day.'

We were fortunate enough to interview artist Kid Condo.

1) When did you realise that you had a passion for music?

I realized I had a passion for music at a young age. I found that music had a huge affect on my emotions, my mood, and my overall life. Music is a great cure for so many things.

2) Who are your main inspirations as an artist?

My main inspirations as an artist include Lil Uzi Vert and Post Malone. Lil Uzi Vert has always been one of my favorite artists, as I have always admired his sound, his style, and so many others things about him. Post Malone’s versatility in his tracks and elusiveness through genres is amazing. Both artists are incredible and I strive to be like them not only as an artist, but as a person.

3) What would you like to achieve as an artist?

For me, it’s not as much about getting streams, plays, likes etc. For me it’s about real people feeling real emotions and being emotionally affected by my music. I seek to achieve that when I make music.

4) What is your most memorable moment while being an artist?

My most memorable moment as an artist is definitely my first time recording in a studio. My friend Jay Sek, another Long Island artist, directed me to his engineer, Ruggs. I hit up Ruggs and he gave me a time slot to come to his studio. I show up, nervous as hell, he plays the beat I sent him and then and there my single “409,” was recorded. I will never forget how nervous I was stepping into the studio for the first time.

5) Who is the biggest artist you’ve worked with?

The biggest artist I have worked with happened to be my good friend devRAB who was recently hit 20,000 monthly listeners on Spotify. We have a single titled “Geeked Up,” that will release in the coming months, stay tuned!

6) Tell us a little more about your recent project?

“409” was made to reflect on my freshman year of college and especially to my suitemates and everyone who was associated with my suite. 409 was the number of our suite in our dorm hall. I wrote the song in reflection of the stupid things my suitemates and I did during our freshman year. I admire the memories made and the life-long friendships as well.

7) What should we be looking forward to from you in the future?

I am currently working on my craft and making more and more songs each day. I will be releasing more singles in the coming months and possibly a project soon as well.

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