Koldplayy G is a member of Trap Baby Gang Music Group in Miami and is putting in the work to make a name for himself. Trap Baby Gang is a team of artists, that produce music, own a clothing line, specializes in Vegan Culinary and more. Being a member of the notorious Music Group has helped him to become a grounded artist who has a clear conscious of what he wants to gain in the music industry. Koldplayy is heavily influenced by Reggae music and his favorite artist from that genre is Chronic Law. Despite the Coronavirus being the biggest pandemic to hit the world in years, he has managed to stay productive throughout all the challenges the entertainment industry has been going through. With popularity weaning away from record labels and people taking charge of how they publish their music it has become a new wave in the music industry. Thanks to DIY uploads, and the options of taking charge of their own streams the opportunities that independent artists must elevate with are endless.
Koldplayy G also respects the movement that we all have come to love in the Hip-Hop industry from ‘Nipsey Hussel’. Since hearing Nipsey’s song titled ‘Bigger Than Life’, Koldplayy feels as if that sound was what hit him to wake up, and brought him back into music, reading, and finding his self. Music is an immensely powerful entity for the soul and appreciating the lyrics of Nipsey Hussel is what keeps him motivated. When you speak to him, he is unbelievably soft spoken and humble in his demeanor then transforms into a total opposite when he is in his artistry.
Trap Baby Gang is really doing well by their artists, and Koldplayy G has made it known where his loyalty stands. They have a busy top of the year coming from their home front with new projects on the way. He is also not 1 to instigate violence in his lyrics and all the recent deaths we have lost in the Hip-Hop industry has had an impact on his music. Koldplayy considers himself an intellectual rap artist and although the game can be full of savagery and hate, he wants to take the high road and keep his music elevating to the people.