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Strange World Part II: Ces Cru Interview [Audio]

I know you’ve become accustomed to the usual. Rap music these days can be so predictable. But I hope you’re not too attached to your preconceived notions. If so your comfortability is about to be slaughtered. Ces Cru has no interest in catering to the conservative. There is nothing mainstream about Ubiquitous and Godemis yet their talent has the potential to launch them into worldwide renown. The eccentric duo exhibit a lethal combination of cerebral intelligence and lyrical ferocity. I had the privilege of conducting a lobotomy on Strange Music’s odd couple; delving into the brains behind their devilishly delightful music.




About Demi

A love for music was cultivated in me from conception. That love has harvested an obsession, an addiction that I just can't quit. From the moment I could hold a pen, I can remember writing songs with my dad; composing melodies with him and brainstorming ideas. I would wake up late at night, and he'd be in the living room writing, singing, and altering his clothes to fit his individuality. Like most children, I remember wanting to be like him, and wanting to create something that would make him proud. Creation was our connection, especially through music. Since then, music and its cousin poetry have been my means of connecting with the world and conveying my beliefs. Music has and always will be my motivator, my comforter, my hype-man, my confidant, my psychologist, my professor, the one that truly understands me. I'm not selfish though, I want to share music with the world. I understand that music can embody everything, for everybody. Music is one of the universal constants that crosses all boundaries. So let's get connected.
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