In an interview with St. Louis Today, she says she’s “bringing a new voice, a fat white girl.”
Rap Music Is For Everyone
If Skiddalz offers one thing to the rap music industry (besides some outstanding raps) is the idea that rap music is big enough to break through the stereotypes that have grown up in rap music about who rap musicians are. The art form isn’t exclusive to one gender or one race; anyone with a story to tell, a good rhythm and a good rhyme can become the next rap star – even a self-described “fat white girl” like Skiddalz.
If you really want to tell your story and make it happen (did I mention that Skiddalz has licensed several of her songs to MTV for use in their programming?), you need a few tools in your toolkit. One of the tools you don’t want to pass up is Sonic Producer. Sonic Producer allows you to make the beats that mean something to you quickly and professionally.
With Sonic Producer, you get crisp, clean sound and professional playback that sounds like it came out of a high-dollar recording studio. The program, which is available for both the Mac and PC computer platforms, contains thousands of royalty-free samples that you can mix into your music in any way you want. At the end of the day, the music you make is yours.
If you’ve got a good rhythm and rhyme, why are you keeping it to yourself? Get your music down by making your own beats. Export your music to MP3, get it up on iTunes, Unsigned.com or wherever else you want to go to get yourself noticed and let the world know how good your music really is.
Download Sonic Producer today and start making your very own professionally mixed and recorded music for a fraction of the cost of renting studio time.
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