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How Poetry Influenced Hip-hop Artist Karla Moscato

Poetry has been used by many individuals to express themselves and their ideals. To others, it serves as an inspiration on how they can take their craft to new levels–just like hip-hop artist Karla Federica Moscato, AKA Moscato, from Union City. 

According to Karla, her love for hip-hop started as her love for poetry grew. This love for poetry inspired her to find her personal rhythm and eventually write music. 

Her objective now is to make great music and to be in a position to give back to her grandparents, her mother, and to never forget where she came from. 

Developing Her Talent 

At an early age, Karla began to get involved with the local artists. She spent many years developing her personal style and writing lyrics which seemed to come naturally to her. She also learned how to channel her life experiences into her music, allowing her to create a unique niche. 

Through it all, Karla maintains a positive outlook on life which has allowed her to stay focused and determined on what she wants to accomplish in life. 

Karla is currently working on her new video “Macarena” which is an ode to the community where she came from. 

“I am also releasing a new project which portrays a different side of the kind of music I do. This will be an EP album of five songs that are made to shake your hips and bop your head,” she shared.]

She added that the goal for this upcoming year is to continue what she started in her music career and put out new content in the community that audiences will know and love

Learning Who’s Who 

As she continues to pursue her dream of being a hip-hop artist, Karla has learned a lot from the people around her, particularly about what kind of person they are. 

“I have learned on my journey so far that everyone can’t be trusted and not everyone is your friend. I learned that if you trust your gut more, you’ll see things for what they really are. It’s a cutthroat industry, not a lot understand that idea,” Karla said.

But her journey has taught more than just to be wary of the people around her. It also served as an opportunity for her to learn how to love herself no matter what happens. 

“If you don’t love yourself enough, who else you think can love you more? Find your niche, find your purpose, we all have one. Know that your time is important, and don’t let people take advantage of you,” she said. 

For more information, visit www.karlamoscato.com/


US Army Combat Veteran turned writer helps people reach new levels of success and influence with personal brand building. Luis also writes for Entrepreneur magazine and runs TEDx events and TED circles online. Mentored by Mark Cuban his eye for business and potential growth has been trained at a billionaire level.

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