Rhode Island rapper Randyn Julius has been making major noise with his music. Clear and concise in his delivery, Randyn is not afraid to speak his mind and go for what he feels. It was our pleasure to talk to him and find out who he is and what is in store for him.
Tell our readers who you are
Randyn Julius is a 22 year old independent rapper hailing from Providence, Rhode Island. I’m just a creative and I’m looking forward to sharing my visions with the world.
You are from Rhode Island, which is not known for Hip Hop. How does that affect your career?
It may take some time for people to fully understand what Providence really stands for. People hear Rhode Island and probably think about the smallest state, with some plain ol ordinary towns. But there’s a lot of nice places in the state and even in its capital Providence. In terms of hip-hop, Rhode Island’s making noise with Euro from Young Money, Mike Stud, and even Jinsu. I’m hoping to be up next. I wouldn’t sleep on us.
How were you first exposed to music?
My friends actually started recording songs around me. I never thought I would make that attempt at doing so but I did and it was getting some buzz around my high school. So I decided to stick with it.
Do you remember the first time you performed? Where was it and what was it for?
I do, in elementary school they used to have this time during lunch where you can perform for the rest of the cafeteria. Me and a couple of my close friends performed that “I Needa Girl” Pt 2 by Bad Boy records I think. Then later in life I made my first performance with my own material in front of about 700 people at a high school talent show.
“Young Ju Supreme” is coming out soon. What can we expect from it?
Good Music you can vibe too. There will be those moments where lyricism takes the spotlight, A hook here and there and there will be those moments where a great song formatted/melodic verse will take the light. I like to switch it up.
How did you come up with material for the project? What is your creative process like?
Roll up, pop off the top on some Henny, sit and get to it. Sometimes I’ll do a whole song in my head instantly and sometimes I’ll take my time and sit for a few hours on something. There’s even been times where it took me multiple sessions to finish one song. You never know sometimes.
When you are in the studio, how do you know a record is made for you?
I have to instantly have that connection and clear vision when I’m done listening to it. There have been times I just stopped recording a record 50 % through and started from the jump because I lost my connection somewhere.
Who are some artists you would like to work with in the future?
I’d love to have the opportunity to work with Justin Bieber for sure. Drake, Asap Rocky/Ferg, Birdman, Ed Sheeran Future and Lil Wayne to name a few.
What do you want the world to know about you and your music?
It comes from a real place and I like to focus on actually having fun and enjoying myself while making the actual music. I’m a creative and I just want to be understood as a creator.
How can everyone keep in touch with you?
Twitter @RandynJulius and all my social media platforms by searching “Randyn Julius”
Take a listen to his “Purple Tape” freestyle featuring King Los