Tell us a bit about yourself.
My name is goldAP and I’m a hip hop artist from Torrance, California. I started taking music creation seriously in 2015 when I fell into a professional studio for the first time. After that, I felt a connection and a calling that keeps me pushing to this day. Other than that man, I really love music. This is my passion and I know I’m going to create, one way or another, for the rest of my life.
Where did the new single come from?
Summa Time was inspired by the art of story-telling. I really wanted to paint a picture in the listener’s mind with a summertime experience. This song was recorded last year at Undercaste Studios with Nick Herrick. I wanted it to be on a full project instead of just a single so I held off on releasing the track until 2017. Now the track is available on all streaming platforms via my new album, La Wasabi.
Is there more content in the pipeline?
Most definitely. My new album La Wasabi just came out July 7th, 2017. I am excited to share my first full body of work with the world. I feel like all the songs sound so different yet come together in such a unique way. I also have two EPs, 3Peat & Eyy You, which are all available everywhere. Each project has its own feel and vibe. In the end (rip Chester), the mission is always progression.
What’s on the horizon for you?
Always more music. That’s the best part of this art form, it’s never ending and “there’s always new music to be made” to quote my homie Kay Native. Also, I’m really looking to collaborate more. There are so many great artists coming up that need to be exposed to a wider audience. Eyezic Haze, Sascha Amir, and Kay Native are all great examples of people I would love to work with more in the future. These guys are artists with such a pure passion for what they do, and it shows in their content.
Shout out one time to Purple Melon Music. I appreciate you giving artists a great platform to express themselves. I wish nothing but success for yall. Much respect.