Knowing the amount of work she has put in to get where she is now, the rhythmic essence that trickles from her icy cadences has LG (Team Genius) showcasing her boisterous persona in a realm of welcoming bluntness. “Put the Work In” is impeccably buttery, saturated with her techniques as a wordsmith, and hones in on the imagination that LG (Team Genius) exudes as a creative.
Lively, dynamic, and infected by a ferocious no-nonsense attitude, LG (Team Genius) pushes her listeners to get up and get moving. Sometimes all we need is an excellent punch to the gut, and she doesn’t hold back.
LG (Team Genius) grew up in Philadelphia and was brought up under the musical tutelage of her own parents. Her mother, in particular, had a significant impact on defining her music career, writing raps that LG would perform in front of her family and at talent shows as young as four years old.
Fast forward to the high octane pulsation of her latest upbeat single and music video, “Put the Work In,” LG (Team Genius) thrives in the fast-paced environment that her punchy rhyme schemes break through. As she delves into the lyricism exuded in her ferocious verses, witty quips come pouring through the vibrant offerings of the cinematic components emitted.
Q: How did you get to where you are today? *
A: My story started young at the age of 4 my mother would write me songs and sing them to me until I memorized them. 5 years later at the age of 9, I was writing and freestyling my own songs in my basement. At 12 I was gifted protools for Christmas and from that point on I record 8/9 songs a day until I left home for college. As a popular college athlete, I started throwing parties and performing at my Events.
The buzz helped me sell over 500 hard copy mixtapes on campus. I was later asked to join 2 college tours. After graduating from college, I was featured on the top Philly radio station power 99 and New York’s top station hot97. A few months later I was approached with an opportunity to make music for TV & Film in LA and decided to take a chance. After 2 years of being in LA, my music is now featured on many ads and trailer for brands like Netflix, Xbox, Nickelodeon, Espn, UFC, and more!
Q: I’m sure your success has not come easily. What challenges have you had to overcome along the way?
A: As an artist, there are many challenges you face, I believe we all face the heavy burden of patience and learning to really understand the lengthy process it takes to grow as an independent artist. We have to continue to be positive when things don’t go as a plan or take longer than expected and keep a positive mental state even when we aren’t sure what will come next.
Q: Let’s talk about the work you do. What do you specialize in and why should someone work with you over the competition?
A: As an artist, I specialize in writing, I have written for TV & Film but I have also written for another artist as well. My versatility allows me to make music of all genre from Hip-hop to pop or soul R&b. All you have to give me is a direction and I can bring the idea to life!
Q: What’s your best piece of advice for readers who desire to find success in their life? *
A: Educate yourself every day on your craft!
Consistently be a student of the game and always be willing to learn from anyone!
Q: Speaking of success, what does the word mean to you? *
A: For me the word Success means growth! Nothing but growth can come from it! People will want to be around someone who is successful and people will always want to work with someone successful. If you are successful you have the power to grow.
Q: What’s next for you? *
A: My next focus is growing as an independent artist and as a businesswoman. Really understanding the ins and outs of the music business and continuing to build my brand.
Q: Finally, how can people connect with you if they want to learn more? *
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