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Check Out Artist, La ChillWill, From Louisiana

Check Out Artist,  La ChillWill, From Louisiana


La ChillWill is an artist that was born and raised in Louisiana. He moved around alot while he was a kid so his upbringing was mostly in Laplace, Louisiana, and New Orleans, Westbank. The artist has a lot of projects to look forward to in the upcoming seasons and is just getting his name out there. From being consistently dedicated to his work as long as he remembers, pushing past adversities, and still pursuing his dreams, La ChillWill speaks more on his upcoming endeavors. “Right now I’m working on my own personal tape, Get rich don’t die, a spin-off of 50 cents get rich or die trying. Also, I have a joint project with 2Reall An artist from OakCliff I've been working with for a few years. Idk the name yet but we like 13 songs right now. All Freestyle!! No pen, no pad just raw punch in style recording.”

La ChillWill is known to be selfless, humble, and consistent when it comes to his demeanor and work ethic. La ChillWill is on the right path despite the hardships he grew up in and overcame. La ChillWill has been through a lot but stays consistent in his current endeavors. “Right now I have so much unreleased music I can drop a tape every other week for the rest of 2022 lol no cap so be on the lookout for La ChillWill vs the world 2 get rich and don’t die and so much more.” La ChillWill stays motivated. His hardships have made him who he is and La ChillWill does not stop pushing. Because of his consistent work, he is now an upcoming and talented artist coming out of his city.

3 words to describe you:

I’m humble but I’m very hungry. I actually know my worth now and I’m tryna add tax.

Secondly, my consistency sets me apart from my peers. I literally wake up and record or go back and fix songs. I take my equipment everywhere. So even on my lunch break I’m recording or making some form of art.

Last and finally I’m very selfless. I try to make sure I give other artist opportunities. I recorded at least 10 Artist at my home studio and never charged them If I seen potential. I’d put them on my Distrokid distribution so they can get off SoundCloud and actually reach more people. I’d give damn near anyone the clothes off my back and the shoes off my feet because I know how it feels to have no support.

As a business owner, what are some obstacles have you had to overcome to get where you are at?

As a business owner, the obstacles really be yourself. You have to overcome fear, rejection, and wanting to quit. You don’t want to take too many losses but you have to take a few. So you got to trust people but when you from certain places it’s hard. Financially you have to put money in to get money out. I work to fund whatever I need as an artist. You must grind to shine. Don’t think it’s gon fall out the sky. Believe in yourself and the rest will come.

What is inspiring you right now consistently to work on your endeavors?

What inspires me the most is seeing people 50 years old 60 year old still making music. I personally can relate because I will never stop. I know the goal is to make it big but I just love music and art so much I can literally do this on my death bed.

What piece of advice do you want others to take back from the work you display?

The advice I have is that tomorrow is never promised. If you have a idea or a business in your mind, put that shit in action. Like now !!! Don’t wait. I don’t go to a real studio! I have a hp laptop! I don’t use protools or any of that shit. I use Mixcraft 9 lol. I got 1 speaker monitor and a red scarlet microphone. No mic stand but I hang it from the ceiling. No special headphones just a pair of wired gummy headphones. I know people recorded mixtapes off of their iPhone using rap chat or garage band so there should be no excuses.

Who were the most influential people in your life?

Far as the most influential people in life, I would say myself, my daughter Serenity and my father. But with rap, It’s lil Wayne, curren$y, Soulja slim and biggie

La ChillWill’s hardships have made him want to keep pushing despite anything. His work remains unique and worthy. “Being from Louisiana. I’ve overcome so many obstacles it became second nature. Hurricanes ain’t the only thing we face in Louisiana. You have to know how to move, who to move with and so forth. But the struggles made me the man I am today if I didn’t go through it then I wouldn’t be able to teach my peers on how to maneuver through. Praying and meditation definitely helped a lot, but knowing who I am and what I represent ultimately helped me overcome. That and weed (laughs).”

Press release published by Public Relations Agency, #Focuseddd.

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