Twitter Username: @WePlayDK
Bio: My stage name is WePlayDK. I am a musician and entrepreneur, living in Kansas City Missouri. My music is here so that I could send a message to the people listening as well as let them hear my story through my talent. I have always had an ear for good music and the talent of a great artist. I launched my team/brand called The Grey Echoes in 2016. I love the music industry and the business aspects of it too. My team is made up of different producers, artists, engineers and just general masterminds that create and make my brand and make it original.
Top 5 influences? Hm, very difficult but I would say they are Lil Wayne, Kanye West, Jay Z, Kendrick Lamar and Drake. They are not in a specific order.
What made you want to make music? I was a big fan of Lil Wayne growing up so I would say he was an influential person when it came to making music. Another thing that I would say made me want to make music was the fact that I grew up in a Christian household where rap music was not accepted. Its similar to the forbidden fruit, it made me want to do it more.
Are you currently working on any project? No I am not. I am mainly just releasing singles that are being worked on right now. Recently I have released a big project called Bullshit In The Garage. This project was a collection of older music which was released in May.
How would you describe your music? I would describe it as being very versatile. My music uses very deep and meaningful lyrics in ways that my listeners still attracted to. Every lyric that is used in my raps can be interpreted different depending on the person. Every single one of my rap songs has a story behind it and it just has to be experienced.
When writing a song, is there a routine you go through? Whenever I get inspired I write my music then I just start writing bars. It can start in my head or sometimes I can finish the song within an hour. That the beauty when it comes to writing music for me it can come to me within days or minutes, it just depends. Thanks for the inquiry though, I appreciate it