Valley is an upcoming rapper and singer who was born in West Anaheim, California. Some of his biggest influences while growing up are Souljaboy, lil Wayne, Kanye West, T-pain, and even waka flocka flame as well.
Valley, an up and coming rap artist has launched his new album titled ‘Flu Season’. The album is already creating quite a buzz and he is happy with the kind of response he has been getting. He is looking forward to create his reputation in this circuit.
Q. What got you into music and made you realize that it was your chosen path?
A. When I was 13 my dad got me a radio for my birthday and a bowwow cd. ever since then I felt like I could be a rapper.
Q. Tell us about your new music (Song/EP/Mixtape/Album)? And what’s the story behind it?
A. The album is mostly an experiment for me I wanted to try something different as far as picking the cover art and the strategy I would use to promote the album. I record a lot of music even right now I have another mixtape finished called “Valley Pitino”. During the time I started recording flu season I had caught a cold and so the name just made sense because you could hear how sick I was on some of those songs.
Q. What makes your music unique? How would you describe it? (genres/sub-genres)
A. I make Pluggnb music. Its like r&b melodies over trap drums, some people like it, I love it.
Q. Who are your biggest music influences? And any particular artist/band you would like to collaborate with in the future?
A. Biggest influences would have to be young thug & sahbabii. I grew up listening to a lot of waka flocka flame and soulja boy I think if any body in the world I want to do a song with them two.
Q. How long have you been in the music industry?
A. I been in the music business since 2018
Q. Which is the best moment in your musical career that you’re most proud of?
A. Honestly the day I got my first royalty check was the proudest moment of my life because I realized I could really have my way in life.
Q. How do you balance your music with other obligations – family, friends or work?
A. Take everything one step at a time and I only worry about things I can control.
Q. What advice would you give to aspiring musicians?
A. Just to keep going and keep working on your craft.
Q. If you had one message to give to your fans, what would it be?
A. If you want to buy some merch, I just released the Official Flu Season Tee on my shopify .
Q. What’s next for you? Any upcoming projects?
A. Valley Pitino coming soon. I don’t have a release date yet but I already shot a couple videos just working on the rollout and everything.