Spitting rhymes since the age of 3, Crack White is already a veteran when he hits the stage. Heavily inspired by the pen game of Tupac, Biggie, Bone Thugs, Twista, Crucial Conflict, Crack White recorded his first song at the age of 10, falling in love with the studio.
Though the Chicago native gained his name from intertwining his favorite color, white, and his rising popularity, in which listeners would say ‘my music was [like] ‘Crack,’ he is on the verge of a fresh start. Though the name ‘Crack White’ has gotten him far, he believes shortening it to C. White may be more marketable, leading to better business opportunities.
Though he looks up to the greats like Future, Jay-Z, and Ye, nobody inspires him the most like his team, whom he refers to as his brothers. Acknowledging that the road to music stardom is not for the faint of heart, Crack White wants us to know that his team is who really inspires him to keep going as they motivated him when he wasn’t really caring about music. The sacrifices it takes to see success are far from easy as Crack White can’t be removed from his vision. After dedicating so much time, energy, and money to see his potential as an artist, Crack White admits to putting a halt on his personal life to get even further in his career.
While dropping his album, possibly titled, One of One, is his next big goal, Crack White wants fans to understand him through his upcoming singles. Knowing that music isn’t his only passion, he wants to get into television, water, clothes, and even real estate. Unlike many hip-hop artists, Crack White aims to use his fame and wealth to create jobs for his people while simultaneously building an empire. When asked if he could leave inspiration for readers, his response was, "Never give up on your dreams. Never let nobody tell you what you can and cannot do. Always have your aspirations and always go after your set goals and always reach them."
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