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Trivvy Estor – Versatile

POSTED ON:
Jan 03 2019

HHO: Introduce yourself to the fans

Trivvy Estor: Hello world, I’m Trivvy Estor.

HHO: How did your artist name come about?

Trivvy Estor: Triv is a term used here where I grew up, it means crazy or a trip. Like if you don’t like me but your girl does and she wants to smash, that’s triv haha. So I just extended it to Trivvy. Estor is every first letter of Rose Of The South East, but backwards. I believe I’m the rose of the SouthEast. Trivvy Estor

HHO: Where are you from?

Trivvy Estor: Im from SouthEast San Diego, CA. Lincoln Park to be exact.

HHO: Who were your musical influences growing up?

Trivvy Estor: Lil Wayne. That’s the man that made me want to rap. His lyrics were crazy, I haven’t looked at music the same way ever since. Jay Z, Eminem, and Kendrick Lamar were also major influences.

HHO: What hip-hop albums did you grow up listening to?

Trivvy Estor: Good Kid Maad City. That was my shit. It related to me in so many ways sometimes I felt like it was written for me. Other albums I loved were The Carter 3, Fade to Black, The Sideline Story, and Ready to Die. I would actually play Big Sean’s Finally Famous a lot.

HHO: What is the current single/project that you are promoting?

Trivvy Estor: Im really pushing my first single, Irregular. That’s the one that people seem to enjoy the most. A music video is on the way so stay on the look out!

HHO: How did the record come about?

Trivvy Estor: I was just going through beats, found one I liked and wrote a couple bars for the verse. Then I wasn’t feeling the beat anymore after a while so I changed the beat. I used those bars I had wrote as the first part of the hook on this new beat, and the rest of the hook was pretty much a freestyle(by the way I can’t freestyle at all). Went in and wrote the verses. I had recording equipment but nowhere to record so I went to my car and layed it down there. And that was that.

HHO: What would be your dream collaboration with any rapper or producer?

Trivvy Estor: Jay Z. He’s just too smooth.

HHO: Are you currently touring or have any upcoming shows?

Trivvy Estor: No, I’ve never actually performed. My music has only been out for about 4 months, but I might be performing at a Pop Up Shop early next year.

HHO: How is the response from your fans & djs been?

Trivvy Estor: I wouldn’t call my listeners fans yet, but more like supporters. But a lot of them seem to really rock with my music, I definitely have replay value. That’s the motivation, when people from around the world reach out to you and tell you they’re feeling your music.

HHO: What artists do you listen to the most?

Trivvy Estor: At this point I’ve over played a lot music so not too many. But Kendrick is always a go to, and 6ix9ine brings the energy. I like those 2 right now.

HHO: What are your plans for 2019? What are you doing that others are not?

Trivvy Estor: My plans for 2019 are to release multiple music videos and a mixtape. My plan is to take over. I don’t think anyone is making music like me. I’m very versatile and can cross over to different genres. I’m not just shooting with my eyes closed, I’m actually trying to reach people through my music. Spark an emotion, whichever emotion.

HHO: How can your fans reach you?

Trivvy Estor: Follow me @trivvyestor on ig. Follow me on Spotify, Apple, and SoundCloud also under Trivvy Estor.

HHO: Any last words or shout outs?

Trivvy Estor: Mom, Dad I love you!