Right now, in an era where your favorite rapper’s favorite rapper gets busy throwing bottles in clubs over ex-lovers, flaunting flashy chains and expensive clothing, and openly courting beautiful women for the blogs, Warchyld’s vision goes above and beyond the glitz and glam to forge a path of longevity.
Take a look at the current hip-hop/rap scene. Right now, hip-hop is soft and tired. We’re bombarded with this idea of trend of supporting some overnight celebrity as he overrides his 15 minutes of fame with massive singles characterized with tight beats and irrelevant lyrics.
To boost his street cred and extend his lifespan, he’ll drop designer names on his tracks, wear said designer’s apparel in photo shoots and pepper his videos and public appearances sharing romantic PDA with exotic women whose names you can’t pronounce.
Trendhoppers that pose as hip-hop artists are a dime a dozen; they never last. When you’re only focused on what’s in front of you, you’re never prepared to last, no matter how hard your track bangs in the club.
Warchyld stands the test of time because he entered the industry with music in his soul and with a vision of longevity. Should you ever feel the need to wonderWarchyld’
In other words, don’t expect Warchyld to trade in his vision for a pocket full of cash, an intense-yet-
Warchyld knows how to narrate gritty tales about the streets that entertain without glorifying them, and pen lyrics that move hearts while stimulating minds. You can feel his artistic love of storytelling through the creative expression experienced in his music.
Warchyld’s hit single, “Google Me Now,” which has been used in musical scores for MTV’s Caged and Oxygen’s "The World According to Paris Hilton and Girlfriend Confidential, gives a live demonstration of his rare ability to cultivate universal charm.
Warchyld’s love for music refuses to be caged, and allows him to lace studio tracks with underground street kings like DJ Kay Slay, Styles P of the LOX , Freeway , Jacki O, Billy Danze of (M.O.P) Mistah Fab, Capone of (CNN) and more! While appealing to commercial audiences for televised media scores and advertisements.
In addition to the street cred and TV love, Warchyld’s media-friendly personality has led to features in XXL, Hip-Hop Weekly, The Source, Billboard, The Hype, Yo Raps, and a ton of other publications.
With his single "The Honey Moon" feat (Slim of 112) earning a spot on the top 40 charts right under Yo Gotti, Drake and Ace Hood shows that Warchyld is preparing to launch his missles for Hip Hop!