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Infinitely Melodic: A Conversation with New Jersey’s Infinite Supreme
For many years artists like Payroll Giovanni, Larry June, and Dom Kennedy have drawn on aspects of Hip Hop and it’s West Coast roots for a rap style that is as gritty as it is dreamily smooth. The sub-genre tailored for hustle driven individuals has swiftly taken over the west coast and rapidly caught the attention of rising artists across the country. Though the sound they all have collectively cultivated pours out emotions of serene sonic seduction very few artists within the sub-genre have upgraded their sound by including the auditory whirlpool that is RnB. New Jersey artist Infinite Supreme is here to change the game as he is preparing to release a ground shaking new sound as he makes both sounds collide in 2023.
The artist most recently collaborated with Ryan Jovan and delivered a 5 track EP titled “Intrigued” which put his RnB abilities on full display. In this interview we spoke to the artist about his dream collaborations, his most successful tracks thus far, and his goals with music in 2023.
Did you have any hobbies that contributed to your musical career as an adult?
“Music has always been in my life and I always have listened to a lot of music growing up so I knew what sounded good and what didn’t. I was in the music program at St. Benedicts and their music program was great.”
Who was the first major artist/figure to approach you about your music?
“DTP and Tricky Montgomery, I interned for both of them.”
What is your most successful song to date?
Tell Me has 260k+ views on youtube right now and a lot of traction.
If you had to introduce someone to your music, what song would you choose and why?
“Right Now because its my life and how I think and move… and I definitely need that money right now.”
What artists/ producers have you collaborated with?
“I have a bunch of music with Jake Ocean, Renzy 808 and Ryan Jovan. I also have a song with Premo Rice.”
What artists/ producers do you hope to collaborate with?
“Max B, Larry June, Cardo, Payroll Giovanni, Currensy Jay Worthy.”
Aside from music, is there anything else you’re working on within the next few years?
“Investing in good business opportunities.”
What is the end goal for you?
“Making some of the greatest music of all time with great people. Being recognized for making that music and being able to put my people in the position to have a better life for themselves.”
Check out his latest drop “Intrigued” EP below.