The Future of Rap and Hip-Hop: RahTwoFive

RaH, Photo Credit: Zac Evan

The Future of Rap and Hip-Hop: Rah TwoFive gives here an exclusive interview to The Hollywood Sentinel discussing success, music, and his spiritual path.

I feel like I communicate with a higher power. It's a life long adventure.”
— RahTwoFive

MALIBU, CALIFORNIA, USA, November 27, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Standing out far above countless others with a voice, look, and sound that surpasses many, RaH TwoFive is set to not only become a leader in the popular style he a part of including Drake and Kanye West among others, but is also laying the groundwork for a whole new style of his own creation. A dynamic and innovative new artist in the world of rap, hip-hop, and R&B, RaH TwoFive uniquely brings not only elements of jazz, pop, soul, trap, and dub to the mix, but also a spiritual essence of subtle positivism and hope ready for the masses. In one of his latest music videos launched this year for his fresh cut "Purple Tears" seen here below, the rapper and fashion designer possesses a hypnotic voice that dances on air across smooth beats and a stripped down melody.

Known on Instagram as RahTwoFive, or otherwise simply known as RaH, The American Rapper has racked up over a half-million new plays and growing on the leading music streaming site SoundCloud. RaH also recorded a hot new single titled "Fire" with viral music star Zay Hilfigerrr earlier this month.

When Hilfigerrr's song "Juju on that Beat" broke a million streams, and then hit 9 million views on You Tube, Atlantic Records reportedly signed the artist for the new hit. With that song having now racked up a massive 366 million streams and growing, the now legendary online success of Zay Hilfigerrr is easily complimented by his talent as a rapper and hip hop dancer, as well as RaHtwofive's smooth voice and groove on their new song "Fire."

Ready to dominate not only America, but also the massive Indian Bollywood market and rest of the world as well, RaHtwoFive--with a Calvin Klein model look--speaks and sings in fluent English. Of Indian origin, RaH also speaks fluent Hindi, Punjabi, and even some Spanish.

Maintaining a positive mindset, RaH says he is “intent on creating an immense, positive impact on the world through heart-changing art.” His song "Super Winner" reflects that vision. RaH credits his hope and faith with keeping him grounded, and optimistic. He confesses; “If I didn’t stay positive, there would be no hope. I feel my mission is to help lessen the division that exists in America and the world, and lessen this negativity on Earth, to really help people see and feel real love.”

This week, RaH TwoFive discussed his passion and work in an Exclusive Interview with The Hollywood Sentinel, part of which can be found here below:

Hollywood Sentinel: It's good to speak with you again. You are always so busy! What are you working on next?

RaH TwoFive: I just made a new song this morning. I'm always making new records. Although I was planning on releasing singles for a while. I really want to work on a project. I feel like I can be more creative with a body of work; forming a story and making some more personal songs.

Hollywood Sentinel: That's great. There are a ton of options for recording equipment out there. A lot of new artists are confused about what gear to use. What production equipment are you using now for recording?

RaH: I use Pro-tools because it's easy to use and I have all the right plugins and settings set up for my voice already. I record myself. I use a Nuemann Mic with an Avalon, because it sounds good and warm. I keep one ear off so I can hear my own natural voice as well, and the beat doesn't feedback into the recording.

Hollywood Sentinel: Cool. What is your advice to people starting out in the music industry in dealing with critics or haters?

RaH TwoFive: Take criticism. Listen to everything. Let stuff that you don't agree bounce off of you. If it's too negative, block it literally. Just never let it lower your self-confidence. Everyone has an opinion. Some people are just jealous. Don’t give up! Continuously perfect your craft by fixing your weak points. Believe in yourself more than anyone else, and know inside that one-hundred-percent for sure, you will reach your goals!

Hollywood Sentinel: That's great advice! What are your spiritual or religious beliefs?

RaH: I don't follow any particular established religion, although I've read about a few of the major ones. I don't believe God is some man with a beard. I believe in any energy grid and a collective universal energy with conscious souls. I'm still discovering. I feel like I communicate with a higher power through intuition and repeating numbers. I know to look within for the answers because I'm a part of the universe and of "God." It's a life long adventure. I don't have all the answers yet.

Hollywood Sentinel: Cool. And how do you want to be remembered?

RaH: I want to be remembered as pure, honest, and brave. I want to be a leader who showed humanity how to love stronger, and brought light to darkness. I want to be remembered as one of the greatest artists and minds to ever live. I want to be an example of good in world history.

Hollywood Sentinel: Excellent. Any final words?

RaH: I can’t wait for you all to hear and see my new songs and see my videos. You can stay up to date on my Instagram, which will feature news of all the new releases. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do! I love creating and sharing with you, and thank you for believing in me!

Hollywood Sentinel: Thank you.

Follow RaH on his Official Instagram here below:
https://www.instagram.com/rahtwofive/

Visit RaH's Official SoundCloud:
http://www.SoundCloud.com/rahtwofive

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http://www.Patreon.com/rahtwofive

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RaH TwoFive; Purple Tears, Official Video


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