Hailing from Columbus, Georgia but born in Akron, Ohio, Sidney Breedlove is a revolutionary artist that believes in showcasing his authenticity through his music. The drop of his new single accentuates his unique, unconventional approach to music. He has built his career and reputation on being very different from other players in the industry. Rather than chase trends, Sidney Breedlove is creating trends and waves of his own.

Today we had an exclusive chance to interview the artist:

Why did you first start making music?
I’ve loved music as long as I can remember but I found out after several freestyle sessions at
my high school that I had exceptional talent compared to others and that people really enjoyed
my talent so I ran with it!

Who would you say inspired you the most, as an artist?
My brother, my mother, my grandparents, Ludacris, 2pac, Curren$y, Wiz Khalifa, J. Cole &
Nipsey Hussle.

Talk me through your creative process.
My creative process starts with me hearing a beat that I like. That is one of the most challenging
parts, actually finding a beat that inspires me. From there I just go in, I don’t write and I try not to
think as well, I just lay whatever comes to me.

Do you remember the first rhyme you wrote?
I don’t remember the first rhyme I wrote but I remember it being in 7th grade and we were
passing notes back and forth in class with rhymes on them lol

Where and how do you work best?
I work best in the studio with little to no one in there with me and there has to be a nice ascetic
with the lights, normally turned down very low.

Have you heard the theory that some musicians write their best music while they’re
depressed or going through a bad time?

Yes I have heard this and unfortunately I can agree. While I definitely have made great music in
a joyous state, some of my best music has also come while I was in a depressed state as well.

What’s your best advice for handling criticism?
Embrace it and take what you think is applicable to you but pay attention to who is being
genuine and who isn’t.

What do you want your legacy to be? How do you want to be remembered?
I want to be known for being one of the biggest and best hip hop artists to ever live. I also want
want to be remembered for my personality and my interactions with other people. I want my legacy to reflect that I am a loving person who does what I can to help people and be the best
example of practicing this that I can for my family and anyone who looks to me for inspiration.

“Take It Low” is available on all major digital streaming platforms, including Apple Music, Spotify, YouTube, Soundcloud, Amazon Music, Tidal, and others. The official music video is also available for fans on Sidney Breedlove’s YouTube channel.

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