With the drop of his new single, “MVP”, Zero 610 is planning a 2023 come-up story. We interviewed the PA representative. Check it out below:
What city are you from?
I’m from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
How did you get started?
I started rapping and producing around the same time in late 2015/early 2016. At the time it was just my homies and I having fun with it seeing what we can do; I was the one who was really dedicated to the craft and had gotten the equipment to start recording and making my own tracks.
Name your biggest
Honestly I think one of my biggest influences is my older brother. He’s the one who really got me into rap and hiphop music. He’d play stuff that was still new to me at the time; that’s how I got into Biggie, Eminem, 50 Cent, and a bunch of other artists I can say have really influenced me and my sound.
If you can, put your style into words…
I’d say my style is very unpredictable. I listen and am influenced by a lot of different music and vibes; you never really know what you’re gonna get from me. One day I’ll want to lock in with some crazy wordplay and flows, the next I might play around with some melodies and vocalization.
Describe your “Come-Up” so far…
It’s slowly but surely moving. I tend to look back on each year and see lots of growth; from the music itself to the exposure/audience. Meeting lots of great people, some cool events, selling beats; just looking to keep elevating and improving in all aspects of my career.
What’s your biggest challenge as an artist?
It’s definitely challenging trying to reach the right audience that really enjoys what I’m putting out. There’s a lane for everything just a matter of getting it there. A lot of it has to do with marketing too, it’s definitely a learning process.
Describe your songmaking process…
I’m a very spontaneous and in the moment kind of person. When an idea or concept hits me I try to jot down my ideas and get a good blueprint of what I wanna say/talk about. A lot of times I’ll randomly have rhyme schemes come to mind and think “oh yea, I gotta write that one down”.
What legacy will you leave?
I just want the music and the passion I have for it to be appreciated the way that I do. I wanna be known as the person who did it their way straight from the heart; nothing fake or synthetic everything organic and genuine.
Plug your new single/project…
I just released a new single “MVP” on all platforms and music video to go along with it that’s out now on my YouTube page (Zero 610). The track is good showcase of my bars and wordplay.