Tapping into the art of production mid-2013, Long Beach resident and junior in high school (yes, you read that right), has proven that his work is anything but what his name suggests, “Cavalier.”
With his first show last November, the kid is on his way to aligning with some of the biggest names in trap for 2015. It’s fascinating to see how kids who grew-up with the Internet at their fingertips are approaching art, production, and personal business endeavors at an extremely young age; but it may also be his age as the reason to why the kid wishes to remain relatively under-the-radar.
We are finally moving towards an age where talent is talent, no matter the source, and the Internet has allowed for these creatives to not only share their work, but has provided a platform for them to properly network and market themselves. Cavalier demonstrates how easy it is to form business relationships via communicating primarily through the Interwebs, mentioning that’s how he has been able to reach out and collaborate with other producers despite 6th period bells closing up his current reality.
“Wet behind the ears,” “too young,” “no resume,” – that shit doesn’t matter anymore as much as it pains us older kids to hear; the Internet is now your resume whether you like it or not. Dreams of staying cavalier by working as a producer/ghostwriter for big artists may be out of the question for this impressive young producer.
Feeling bossy? So are we:
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