At the 3Music TV Studios on 22nd March, rapper Medikal, as part of his media tour towards the
release of his forthcoming album Planning and Plotting, sat to a conversation with Culture Squad.
The Big Conversation segment had him touching on a number of issues ranging from his creative process to the limitation of artistes and their constant definition via genre.
Known for his unique style of lyricism he was quizzed on the inspiration behind his music and the factors considered in his creative process to which he revealed his street influence. He disclosed that his comical lyrics and terms were just a part of him and stemmed from his time spent on the streets.
Speaking on the different genres of music he does despite being known and recognised as a rapper, he revealed the importance of dynamism in the creative space and its role in fandom, relatability and growth. Using his music, he cited examples of being able to relate to different audiences through different genres and his very relatable music which gives room to expectations of his performances at shows and events alike.
According to him, artistes should
be able to “spread their wings” and not be limited by the genre they or the
public identify them with. Additionally, he disclosed that if it were up to him
he would only drop rap music due to his love for the art but as a business-minded
person who refuses to be genre-defined and limited, he does what he feels.
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