Brooklyn best Rah Swish gives fans a dose of the real him on his new single, “Double Cup.”
The track follows his May release “Tell ‘Em.” Ahead of the song’s release, the Empire artist explained how he wanted fans to feel when listening to the track. Rah said he gave fans the most authentic version of himself in his music and wanted people to feel where he came from.
He explained how the track came about and said, “I was locked in the studio and I feel like I make the best music when I’m alone.” He went on to say that he doesn’t write his verses ahead of time and he doesn’t freestyle in the booth.
The “Watchu Like” rapper also opened up about his trip to the Empire. He said it was the best situation for him right now. His advice to artists is always to do what’s best for them commercially. He said,
“Being at Empire taught me a lot about the business side, not just as an artist, but as a CEO and a businessman.” He went on to say that signing to Empire, his first label signing, “benefited him more,” and he’s grateful for that.
According to the press release:
In “Double Cup,” Rah Swish stays ahead of the competition with her double-time flow and emphatic lyrics.
Rah Swish jumps into the song giving Brooklyn Drill a refreshing sound. In the song, he quotes: “December, so my heart is cold, but don’t try to judge me on any horoscope.”
During the interview, Rah got personal when asked: what is life teaching you right now? He said,
“Life teaches me to stay strong because there are ups and downs.” He said he felt like he was in a period of career growth and learning how to win. “Learn to win and stay afloat,” Rah said.
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