Miami Rapper Cheflodeezy has three hot new releases which are:
“Koockin & Juggin (https://open.spotify.com/track/3kOtfXLugigPhrqo26mqve?si=HH0ELxAXQe-8x5ivmQkkqA),
“She Don’t Belong To Me” (https://open.spotify.com/track/4CA3uEShxofldR0kZaOiwD?si=uoa4K9fJRsOTdGK9RRpLPQ.
Cheflodeezy has a mixture of Hip-Hop & Reggae with a touch of R&B in his songs; with this, it makes his flow unique and his sound stands out among the crowd. From the way in which he rides his beats, his flow, and his amazing punchlines are superb, it makes him different from any other artist.
The producers on his track bring a high level of production that fits Cheflodeezy flow which is magnetic. The way in which each song has been mixed and mastered is nothing beyond excellent. “Koockin & Juggin” was produced by Ace Bankz (@acebankz_), “She Don’t Belong To Me” was produced by TGUT (@tgut), and Ass up was produced by Reggie Beatz (@reggiebeatz_sa).
Cheflodeezy is signed to Artekal LLC (IG/Facebook @artekalmusic) which is a record label based in Fort Lauderdale, FL, and the CEO is Sean Anderson.
For more information on the company visit artekal.com
What does the artist have to say:
What made you get into music?
I got started in music when I was a teenager. First I made beats on my desktop computer using fruity loops. Eventually, I started rapping, and it’s been on ever since.
Who inspired you to make music?
My childhood friend. We went to Miami Central High together.
How would you describe the music that you typically create?
I would describe it as southern trap music with a dancehall influence.
What is your creative process like?
Waking up first thing in the morning. Getting my coffee. Rolling up and diving into my stash of beats.
Who would you most like to collaborate with?
Rick Ross, Pusha T, Jadakiss, and Offset.
If you could open a show for any artist who would it be for?
It would be Da Baby cause he is hot right now and that would mean a lot of exposure.
What is one message you would give to your fans?
Let’s keep rocking together. Bigger and better things are always on the way…
What is the most useless talent you have?
I don’t have any. I value all my capabilities.
Do you sing in the shower? What songs?
Yes, I do and funny enough I sing pop songs in the shower. Real talk, “Despacito” is my joint.
What would you be doing right now, if it wasn’t for your music career?
I am already doing it. I am also a culinary artist.
Where have you performed? What are your favorite and least favorite venues? Do you have any upcoming shows?
I’ve performed at Miami Live and private parties. I have no least favorite venues. I always appreciate the opportunity to perform, meet existing fans, and create some new ones.
How do you feel the Internet has impacted the music business?
It has democratized the industry. Lowering the barrier to entry and removing some of the strictures that existed before. It’s still difficult to define yourself among the noise but you have more control. Good or bad.
What is your favorite song to perform?
Which famous musicians do you admire?
Drake, Offset, Beenie Man, Bounty Killer
What is the most trouble you’ve ever gotten into?
Facing prison time.
What is the best advice you’ve been given?
Never give up
If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?
Bring CDs and mixtapes back. I still like the tactility of picking up a CD off the shelf.
What’s next for you?
Making my mark in the industry.
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Cheflodeezy is a Jamaican native who moved to Opa Locka, Miami at 9 years old where he lived with his mother and more youthful sibling. Deezy discovered his affection for music as an adolescent at Miami Central High, when his closest companion at the time acquainted him with the beat making stage Fruity Loops. After secondary school, Deezy fell into the road life. By the age of 21, he had various captures, battled with vagrancy and the departure of a couple of dear companions to weapon viciousness. After practically going to jail for undisclosed reasons and the introduction of his first child Llamiyah, Deezy chose to transform himself.
The Miami rapper went to culinary school and sought after a vocation as an expert cook. This is the place he got the moniker “Cheflodeezy”. He free-styled and had different understudies tune in to his music regularly. In the wake of graduating culinary school, Deezy started to move in the friendliness business. Cheflodeezy began to explode in the culinary world where he was highlighted in SoHo House world magazine as a rising star on Deco drive and cooking for different famous people on visits. Never letting his affection for music pass on, Cheflodeezy went to recording studios on his days off and composed music when chipping away at most days. Still, pursuing his dreams and dropping music week by week, Cheflodeezy does this for the love of the specialty.
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