There is always a sound that inspires or shapes the genesis of a new artist in the music industry, and Houston rapper Orchestrate96 has a lineup of his own. In a personal interview, he talked about the names that he has looked up to as he builds his career. He expanded, “At the beginning of my rap career, G-Eazy inspired me the most to make music. His earlier works were so raw and down to earth. That just motivated me to be my authentic self when I write my verses. I currently listen to Saint Jhn, Juice Wrld, Comethazine, and Lil Baby on rotation. I enjoy their unique styles and cadences. Their sound is confident. I like surrounding myself with that type of energy.” This led to a discussion on artists Orchestrate96 would want to work with in the future. He showed his Houston loyalty relating, “Two artists: GuapDad 4000 and Houston rapper Maxo Kream. I enjoy their flow and wordplay. Maxo Kream understands the good and pitfalls of being a rapper from Houston.”
Orchestrate96 also spoke about the things he has been able to achieve over his young career. “So far, my most outstanding achievement is inspiring others, whether known or unknown, to build a career in doing something they love. In addition, the release of my debut album called Young & Naive was also an outstanding achievement.” He hopes to motivate others to build their lives around their passions as he has pursued his musical career while attending college simultaneously.
Recently, Orchestrate96 announced the title for his new album Money Baby which has no set drop date but is hurrying towards completion. Fans should stay tuned for this and future projects from a promising figure in the industry.
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