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September 23, 2016
Goes by: Seth Crowe
Inspiration: Frank Ocean
Find his music on: Soundcloud ( Username: Seth セス)
Sitting with his back slouched against his seat and his face brightened by a slight smile, Seth Crowe shares his passion for music. His eyes gleam with pride after each word. His demeanor reflects his songs: relaxed and content.
Crowe, once part of a rap group called Typicalkids, is now venturing off into his own sound. He traded rap for alternative grooves, finding inspiration through the events of his life.
“I like sharing my stories with people and releasing what I created, like this is my own thing,” he says. “I did this and I get to share it with all these people.”
Making music sets Crowe apart from the rest of the world. It’s his way of sharing himself and showing individualism. The work he puts into each lyric is his art. He pieces together words and beats until the song feels alive in the shabby production system stowed in his closet.
While Crowe hasn’t received as much reaction out of his music as he wishes, he’s still hopeful. Music is something he loves and wishes to continue to make. And with the pride that gleams in his eyes, there is also a hope for his work to pay off.