On October 31, Kenfo Hazey was born at the Bottom of Bainbridge, Georgia, a rural community with only a few career options and decreased economic dreams. A couple of the various different ways in which his public image could be described can be as ambition, self-made, insubordinate, Hazey, resilient, socially inept, divergence, boundless, influential, and so many more. In particular with respect to his personality, Kenfo has quite a broad variety of interests, including music, traveling, old-school automobiles, haute couture, coding and fostering exotic animals.
He has been obsessed with music his entire life, and his mother encouraged him to attend the church at a young an age where he was taught to play the drums and the keyboard. His mom and dad have now been divorced for quite sometime, however they were both trying to persuade Kenfo to do something different with his life—like take part in the armed services— when he decided to start rapping in the rebellion era, hehe. He had only just completed high school graduation and had already become HEAVY in the streets at the time. HE subsequently enlisted into the Air Force to start a professional career, which more or less started up his work in incarceration.
He decided to purchase his first Mac laptop as well as recording device after finally completing basic training. Only six months ago he decided to serve music more seriously— His most recent releases include “Loyal,” a raspy 808 and a country slur with street smarts, quick high hats, and trap Melodies, an avant-garde take on southern trap.
What’s your background? What got you into rap music?
I always loved rap music it’s apart of my culture.
How long has music been a part of your life?
My whole life.
If it wasn’t for music, where would you be now?
How did you come to realize that music was the way forward for you?
I got tired of the same cycle I had to make a change.
If you had to sacrifice one skill, which would you least like to let go, and why?
Fix jets cause I never do it.
In what way do you aim to make a difference?
Show that just being yourself is keeping it real.
Who’s your fashion icon, and why?
I pull inspiration from whatever I see and like it’s too diverse to pinpoint one person.
What’s the most trouble you’ve ever gotten into?
I Plead Da Fif
Where is your career heading? What’s the vision?
As a artist do you prefer independent or signed route and why?
Independent, suits my style more.
How would you describe your style of music?
Distorted raspy 808s, fast high hats, and trap Melodies a futuristic spin on southern trap.
How do you put words to paper? What’s your creative process like?
smoke and brainstorm.
When it comes to performing, what’s your style?
If you could perform anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?
Dubai I’ve always wanted to go there.
What’s your favorite project so far, and why?
All of them cause I use each project to learn from and try to improve my craft.
How do you see your sound evolving in the next couple of years?
Evolving sonically, more vocal range, more complex cadences better story telling.
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