During a recent interview with Uproxx, 20 years-old Detroit rapper Curtis Roach has shared his thoughts about rap music, his career, his project, and favorite artist he wants to work with. He also self-released a new EP, Lellow.
First, he talked about his new EP. 20 years-old stated:
“There isn’t a specific concept, really. When I was a kid, I used to pronounce “yellow” like “Lellow”. It’s care-free and playful. I’m more loose and energetic this time around.”
He continued and mentioned about the project. He said:
“I hope people can just enjoy themselves and have a fun experience with this project. I had a great time putting this together. I also want people to notice my versatility and growth on this project.”
Curtis Roach has revealed his favorite song on his EP. He said:
“That’s a hard question. All of them are my favorite, really. I guess I would say “I’m Good”; it really captures the mood of this whole EP. That song is really me being thankful of life and looking at the bright side of things. At the end of the day, I know I’m good.
A lot of the songs actually came naturally to me. “Ice Cold” might’ve been the one beat I was sitting on the longest before I started writing. I really love that song because I switched my flows a few times on that joint and challenged myself. Dot did a really good job on that beat.”
‘Lellow’ artist also explained the favorite artist he wants to work with. He stated:
“I wouldn’t know — that’s up to the audience to make those comparisons. I don’t really like comparisons that much. I would love to do something with Matt Martians, Anderson Paak, Tierra Whack, Kaiit, and Smino. Tyler The Creator is an ultimate dream collab for sure.”
You can listen to his song “WJIT” below.
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