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Conversations with Laudiano

Today we’d like to introduce you to Laudiano.

Hi Laudiano, it’s an honor to have you on the platform. Thanks for taking the time to share your story with us – to start maybe you can share some of your backstory with our readers?
I started making beats in my senior year of high school after becoming a big fan of Drakeo the Ruler and Mike Sherm. I wanted to make shit that sounded like what I liked. So I started doing that and sending out my beats to artists I was fans of. I would get my first couple of placements in my first couple of months into music production. My first songs were with Shoreline Mafia, FrostyDaSnowmann, and Ketchy the Great. The songs I had with Shoreline and Frosty both got over half a million plays in the first couple of months so I knew I was up to something. I continued doing what I did and finally got my first song with Drakeo the Ruler. That song was the reason why I ended up dropping out of college after my first semester to fully pursue what I love doing. I would then produce Respect My Crpyn and Studio for Blueface the following year. I kept and I’m still trying to be consistent in growing my catalog as well as getting better and becoming a well-honed producer. I have over 430 songs in my catalog as of now and have 26 songs over a million plays and over 200 million plays in total. I really love this music shit, I love trying to get better and learn new things from the peers I work with. I have a studio in mid city where I can just lock in and create vibes just off how I’m feeling or what I’m inspired by. I’m a big fan of the arts and really like doing anything creative. I like photography, videography, graphic design, and fashion as well. My goal for myself is to become extraordinary in everything I do. I want to be remembered as a legend who is great at every artistic feat I pursue, and I’m on my way there.

Alright, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
No, and it will never be. With anything in life, the highs are high and the lows are low. I’m just trying to be consistent in getting better and getting my shit out there as well as learning from others and trying to learn from other’s mistakes so I don’t make the same mistake. I make and have made a lot of mistakes but that’s just a part of the process. Trying to see what works and what will work in the long term. The first hurdle I had to make was trying to figure out how to get paid through publishing so I can have a passive income. I’ve been growing my passive income streams of revenue and once I figured all that out, I started focusing on music as an art.

Thanks – so what else should our readers know about your work and what you’re currently focused on?
I specialize in music production, physical and graphic design, photography, marketing. But I’m really just known for my music production at the moment. I’m looking forward to growing my name and my label in the fashion world in the near future. I’m most proud of myself for continuing my journey in life and continuing to find myself and be authentically me. My music is an art that makes me feel alive. I’m proud of myself every time I make a new beat cause I always surprise myself on how much my shit slap! It’s like a euphoric feeling. What sets me apart from others is the fact I’m not trying to be nobody but myself. You can hear it in my music and you will see it in my first clothing label collection. I know I can be the best at anything I do if I just work hard and continue to grow my knowledge.

Are there any important lessons you’ve learned that you can share with us?
I learned about the things that really matter in life. I had to figure out what was really important in my life and to cut out the extra nonsense. I learned that my time on this planet is short so I need to spend my time wisely. Whether that be with my passions or with my family and loved ones I care about.

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