We had an exclusive interview with upcoming artist Zach Farlow and got to know a little more about his personal life and his background; we got in contact with him and his manager and we are very pleased to be a part of this interview. We asked him a few questions and this is what he had to say to his fans and supporters.
Zach Farlow was born and raised in Nashville, TN, he started developing rapping skills his freshman year of high school. Zach attended Todd County, KY. He wanted to show the world that you could do anything in your life and prove that you can achieve anything you set your mind to. His main inspiration thru his journey was not having much while he was growing up as a kid, therefore he’s built hunger for success and seeing the people at the top of the game motivates him the most. His point of view towards obstacles or situations not going the way he wanted them to is different. Zach does not see an uncomfortable scenario as an obstacle; he sees it more as an inconvenience.
We asked him what was his perspective on the southern rap/hip hop culture in Texas is and he said “I always like chopped and screwed music, you may hear me experiment with it on some of my songs (Get rich and get High)” he considers his style a mixture of rock and trap music. His differential from other rappers in this industry is that Zach can not only rap, he can also sing on any type of beat, and tries to maximize his abilities, and being flexible as an artist can take you a long way.
He has collaborated with the big dogs in the game at such a young age already, names like Lex Luger, Ricky Racks, MetroBoomin, 808 Mafia, DJ Spinz, Sonny Digital, Dun Deal, and Will A Fool.
Which artists would you like to collaborate with in the future? “Snootie, Kevin Gates, Future, and Drake”
What are your thoughts on your track “Remember Me”? Do you think “Remember me” will escalate your name in the industry? “I hope it does escalate me, if it doesn’t I’ll keep coming with tracks!”
Are your currently signed to any label? “Urban Angels Music Group”
What are your thoughts as an underground artist? Do you think other rappers showing love to upcoming artists goes a long way? What advice would you give upcoming artists pursuing a career in the music industry? “As an artist who’s still coming up, all I can say is stay down. That’s what I’ve been told.”
Any future projects people can look forward to? “Right now I’m promoting “The Great Escape” you can download it on www.livemixtapes.com ”
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