fbpx
Connect with us

Community

Lil Conscious: One of the Mysterious talents in the American music scene as a rapper

Stefan also known as Lil Conscious lays out a few general tips that can help many rappers become better with their talent, and learn to control there minds to the fullest.

Today, when people, especially youngsters, say they wish to take over their respective fields, we know they are being real and also have the abilities and talents to create their unique career out of the same. All these young talents have inspired the world in ways more than one and also instilled more positivity and hope in other aspiring professionals. Lil Conscious is one such name in the American music scene; who has successfully created a name for himself as a rising rapper while keeping his identity secret. Sounds weird? Well, this is the true life story of a young artist who only wants his talent to be at the forefront of everything and hence has focused on becoming better each day as a rapping talent.

His song ‘Bojak’ has impressed Drake, who danced to the song and shared a video on Instagram and supported his talent. Lil Conscious also gained great support from other artists like Diplo, Trippie Redd and Lil Uzi Vert. His first single Ashes, along with Bojak across platforms, have made it huge, earning 1 million alone on the latter just through SoundCloud.

Below, Lil Conscious shares how other aspiring rappers can become better with their talent.

•        Be real: Lil Conscious, in his quest to control his alter ego, had created his stage name Lil Conscious, but throughout his journey in the industry, he has always remained real, even without revealing his true identity to the world. His authentic sound and soulful voice exude his passion and real energy that touches people’s hearts instantly. He suggests others to do the same and make a special name for themselves as rappers.
•        Write down everything: Lil Conscious suggests people to write down their thoughts, dreams, and beliefs as they come as this helps in connecting deep with the listeners with also giving raw energy to the pieces.
•        Take inspiration from your own journey: Lil Conscious believes that artists and rappers must take inspiration from their own journeys, which can ignite the fire within them to take out their best versions right in front of the listeners and help people identify with what the songs wish to convey.
•        Keep learning and practicing: A person who thinks he knows it all himself acts as a hurdle on his way says Lil Conscious. No person is ever learned enough; hence, he suggests people to keep working on themselves, learn new things and practice the art more each day to excel as rappers, even amidst much competition.

As a teen at 17, he came up with his first mixtape, ‘Barley Conscious’, followed by ‘Conscious’ and ‘Phase 1’. His mental health issues forced him to disappear from social media in 2016 and then, after two years in 2018, he made a comeback on the social media platforms. There is a lot he still aims to achieve and is fully driven to provide the best tracks to the music scene in America. For more updates, follow him on Instagram @lilconscious

Advertisement

Join Disrupt Magazine

Become A Disrupt Contributor
Become A Disrupt Contributor

Most Disruptive

Entrepreneurship2 months ago

Navy Veteran Davis Chris Takes the Music Industry by storm

In life, you need to break down anything that might be holding you back and change course if need be...

Entrepreneurship2 months ago

5 Disruptive Leaders Paving the Way in 2021

Where there is uncertainty, lies a whirlwind of opportunity. 2020 was the year that had entrepreneurs learn a great deal...

Politics9 months ago

Brock Pierce Wants To Disrupt The Two Party System And Be Your Next President

We don’t usually cover politics much here at Disrupt, but when Crypto billionaire and friend of the show, Brock Pierce...

Business10 months ago

John Mcafee – Predictions For The Future

John McAfee is a world-famous tech CEO, computer scientist, civil disobedience activist, privacy advocate, and pioneer of the commercial anti-virus...

Finance12 months ago

Gaby Wall Street – Teaching Latinas to Thrive During The Crisis

It’s no secret we are facing one of the most challenging financial times of the last few decades as we...

Entrepreneurship12 months ago

Tony Delgado – The #1 Entrepreneurship Movement In Puerto Rico

Puerto Rican online market is in constant progress. With many entrepreneurs who are coming here to start a business, it...

Entrepreneurship1 year ago

Elena Cardone – The 10X Ladies Conference Is Declaring 2020 The Decade For Women

The next ten years are meant for women to continue growing their potential and succeeding in multiple areas, including business....

Marketing2 years ago

How Josh Elizetxe Built Snow Into a $40 Million Dollar Business

There is nothing quite like an entrepreneur’s determination when starting a business. That’s my original quote by the way (pun...

Entrepreneurship2 years ago

How Jason Capital Became A Self Made Millionaire By 24

Have you ever wanted to earn the respect of everyone who ever looked down on you at some point in...

Entrepreneurship2 years ago

Sam Bakhtiar On His Way To A Quarter Billion

Dr. Saman Bakhtiar, who prefers being referred as Sam, lives in an 8200 square foot $5.2 million house, Sam is...

Trending

Copyright © 2020 Disrupt ™ Magazine - Disrupt is a Minority Owned Privately Held Company

Disrupt ™ is the voice of Latino entrepreneurs around the world. We are part of a global movement to increase diversity in the technology industry and we are focused on using entrepreneurship to grow new economies in underserved communities around the world. We enable millennials to become what they want to become in life by learning new skills and leveraging the power of the digital economy. We are living proof that all you need to succeed in this new economy is a landing page and a dream. Disrupt tells the stories of the world top entrepreneurs, developers, creators, and digital marketers and help empower them to teach others the skills they used to grow their careers, chase their passions and create financial freedom for themselves, their families, and their lives, all while living out their true purpose. We recognize the fact that most young people are opting to skip college in exchange for entrepreneurship and real-life experience. This Podcast was designed to give them a taste of that.