Our latest exclusive interview is with Loudy Brown, an unorthodox rap artist who just dropped his new EP, “Percival”, which follows his two other projects released in 2019, “The Slow Tape”, and “I Quit College”. During our interview, we picked Loudy’s brain about the “Percival” EP, specifically how it’s different than his two other releases, who provided its production, his goals for the rest of 2019, and much more.
After reading our Q&A with Loudy, be sure to connect with him on his social media, and stream the very DOPE “Percival” EP. Also, be on the lookout for our in-depth review of the EP coming soon.
Congratulations on the completion and release of your new EP "Percival". What was your creative vision overall for the EP's three songs?
I feel like I haven’t showed a turnt up/speaker knocking song yet and I got a hunnid joints in my suit case. So I whipped up three undeniably good songs you can play back to back.
How would you say that the "Percival" EP is different than the other two projects that you have dropped in 2019?
I started my career as a novice still having much to learn. Not just about the music industry but myself. I knew one thing was for certain, I wanted to have an impeccable work ethic; being able to always cook up content like I’m from the south, as well as have creativity where my tapes is like a catalog similar to Kdot. These three songs consist more of lyrics and 808 beats than the first and second projects.
Who handled the production on the "Percival" EP and what specifically were you looking for with them sonically?
Colt the producer is the main name on the “Percival” EP. He specializes in wild synths and high hats hitting correctly to emphasize dramatic song making.
With the EP now released, what are some of your goals musically for the remainder of the year?
2/3 videos off this tape. Drop another tape In October and keep collecting money off shows. Collaboration tape with bigger production.
When someone listens to the three tracks on "Percival" for the first time, what do you want them to take away from the experience?
Nothing sounds the same from each tape off the rip! Can’t say you heard the flow, the bars, or cadence and that’s on my mommy.
How can you separate yourself from several other artist in your category?
Not saturate the market, bring new things to the table that I haven’t yet heard, be a musician rather than a rapper, consistently drop new and different music cause ya chances are higher if you dropping then if you ain’t.